noun 1. . noun 1. a monetary reserve established by a country to provide funds for maintaining the official exchange rates of its currency by equalizing the buying and selling of foreign exchange.
noun 1. a secondary-school or college student who studies for a period, usually one year, at a foreign institution as part of a reciprocal program between two institutions or countries.
- Exchange transfusion
exchange transfusion n. The removal of most of a patient’s blood followed by introduction of an equal amount from donors. Also called substitution transfusion, total transfusion.
[eks-chek-er, iks-chek-er] /ˈɛks tʃɛk ər, ɪksˈtʃɛk ər/ noun 1. a treasury, as of a state or nation. 2. 3. Informal. one’s financial resources; funds: I’d love to go, but the exchequer is a bit low. /ɪksˈtʃɛkə/ noun 1. (often capital) (government) (in Britain and certain other countries) the accounting department of the Treasury, responsible for […]