Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Barter; the giving or taking of bills of exchange.
- n. A bill of exchange.
- n. A bourse or exchange.
“From China, the revolutionary spirit spread to Europe -- where, in places like Spain, the most popular refrain heard in the streets of Tunisia was reprised in the term "cambio," or change.”
“The rule of thumb at a casa de cambio is to reject all damaged or defaced foreign bills.”
“Be careful here .... a casa de cambio is not an ATM.”
“We draw out our money from the local ATMs in pesos and do our bet to hoard change, since cambio is always in short supply and small stores rarely have any change.”
“There was a place down the Portobello, for some reason called cambio, someone had told him exchanged money.”
“Martinez himself uses 'cambio' meaning 'change' in other parts of the post.”
“HILL: The three leading candidates all promise "cambio," change, for Mexico, after a series of economic crises over the past two decades.”
“Aun antes de Obama, Fox se postuló con una campaña de "cambio".”
“For some of them the cost of simply wearing the word "cambio" on their sleeve was imprisonment.”
“The exchange rate in the ATMs are usually significantly better than at the casas de cambio (where you can exchange dollars), better than at the teller window of most banks as well - in my experience.”
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