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exchange

  • 1 exchange

    エクスチェンジ
    こうかん 交換

    きりかえ 切替 to exchange:
    ひきかえる 引き換える
    とりかわす 取り交わす
    とりかえる 取り替える
    かえる 代える < of letters>
    やりとり やり取り < something>
    こうたい 更代 to exchange: < messages>
    かわす 交わす < things>
    ひきかえる 引替る
    * * *
    /ikstʃéin(d)ʒ, eks-/ 〔他のものと(ex)換える(change)〕
    〖動〗(-・chang・es/-iz/; ~d/-d/; -・chang・ing)
    |他|
    1 [SVO(M)]〈人が〉…を〔…と〕 交換する(swap), 両替するfor, to〕; …を捨てて〔…を〕取る(barter)〔 for

    Where can I ~ money? どこで両替できますか

    ~ a £20 note for one £10 note and five £2 coins 20ポンド紙幣を10ポンド紙幣1枚と2ポンド硬貨5枚に両替する

    Would you ~ yen to dollars, please? 円をドルに替えていただけませんか

    ~ honor for immediate pleasures 当面の快楽と引替えに名誉を手放す.

    2 ((正式))[SVO(M)]《◆Oは通例複数名詞》…を〔人と〕 取りかわす(change); …を〔…と〕交易する〔 with

    ~ words with him 彼と言葉をかわす; 彼と口論する

    Tom ~d ideas with Jane. = Tom and Jane ~d ideas. トムはジェーンと意見を交換した.

    3 〔チェス〕〈駒(こま)〉を交換する.
    |自|
    1 〔…と〕交換する[できる]; 〈 貨幣が〉〔…と〕両替できる〔 for

    currency that ~s at par value 額面価格で両替できる貨幣.

    2 〔…から〕(交替して)転任する〔 from〕.
    〖名〗(複-・chang・es/-iz/)
    1 〖U〗〖C〗〔…との/…間の〕交換, 取り替え; やり取り; 交易〔for, with/between〕; ((正式))会話, 口論, 論争; (短い)交戦; 交流

    a frank ~ of views with him [between two leaders] 彼との[2人の指導者間での]率直な意見の交換

    an ~ of tears for smiles 泣き笑い.

    2 〖C〗〔…との〕交換物, 取替え品〔 for〕.
    3 [しばしばE~] 〖C〗 商品[証券, 株式]取引所

    the grain [((英)) corn] ~ 穀物取引所.

    4 [しばしばE~] 〖C〗 電話交換局(telephone ~, ((米まれ)) central).
    5 〖U〗 為替(かわせ)(相場, 制度); 両替(手数料); [通例~s] 小切手, 為替手形

    a bill of ~ 為替手形.

    6 〖C〗((英略式))公共職業安定所(labor ~).
    (1) お返しに.
    (2) 〔…と〕交換に, 〔…の〕代りに〔for, of〕.
    〔…と〕交換で〔 with

    He came to our school on an ~ with her. 彼は彼女との交換留学生でうちの学校に来た.

    English-Japanese dictionary > exchange

  • 2 exchange

    I
    n. 交換; 交換物; 両替
    II
    v. 交換する; 取り替える; 交わす; 両替する

    English-Japanese new dictionary > exchange

  • 3 exchange

    こうかんする 【交換する】 irr-v. 会L20

    English-Japanese vocabulary > exchange

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  • Exchange On —   [engl.], XON …   Universal-Lexikon

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