Definition of Money changer

1. Noun. One whose business is to exchange the money of one country for that of another country.

Exact synonyms: Exchanger
Generic synonyms: Money Dealer, Money Handler
Derivative terms: Exchange

Definition of Money changer

1. Noun. A person who will exchange currency of one type for another for a fee or percentage. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Money Changer

money-market fund
money bag
money bags
money belt
money bomb
money box
money broker
money can't buy happiness
money changer (current term)
money changers
money changing
money chest
money clip
money cowrie
money cowry
money dealer
money doesn't grow on trees
money for jam
money for old rope
money goggles
money handler
money laundering
money machine

Literary usage of Money changer

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1. The Wabash: Or, Adventures of an English Gentleman's Family in the Interior by John Richard Beste (1855)
"The money changer.—Speculation. —The cobler.—Hotels.—Gentle and simple.—A chambermaid.—Private rooms. I HAD often heard the harbour of New York compared to ..."

2. Israel Among the Nations: A Study of the Jews and Antisemitism by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu, Frances Hellman (1895)
"L His Intelligence—His Ruling Faculty, the Faculty of Adaptation and Assimilation—Qualities Inherited from his Two Ancestors, the Money-Changer and the ..."

3. The Life and Travels of Herodotus in the Fifth Century: Before Christ: an by James Talboys Wheeler (1856)
"... AND TIMOLEON THE MONEY-CHANGER. THE introduction of Herodotus into fashionable life at Corinth was attended by the usual consequences. ..."

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