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money changing

noun
1.
the business of exchanging one currency for another, with the deduction of a commission for the service.
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  • Those too ought be laid at the doorstep of an out of control money changing syndicate.
  • The hips and knees are synthetic, but it's real money changing hands.
  • She cut the conversation short as the kids selected some of her wares and left without any money changing hands.
  • However, the flotilla of tourist boats and money changing hands should tip you off that you've arrived at a major attraction.
  • Students will explore plot organization by designing a flow chart for a story about money changing hands.
  • money changing fees are a reimbursable travel expense.
  • According to plan, the group went to the bank on the main square so all could do whatever money changing they had to do.
  • The big concern is nonprofit but there is money changing hands somewhere here and he asked where it is going.
  • The parties resolved the lawsuit by executing a mutual release, with no money changing hands, several months later.
  • And anytime that much money changing hands, some people are going to want to steal some of it.

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