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Some custom-fitted earplugs have exchangeable filters to give you more or less sound reduction depending on the circumstance.

One of the potentials of digital currencies is the acceleration of “tokenization,” or the packaging of value into a form that is instantaneously exchangeable.

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Sixty-five dollars was asked for a certificate of stock, which was exchangeable later for an acre of land.

They think so from the fact that money represents every exchangeable commodity of worldly goods.

Ten minutes of social work in one branch are exchangeable for ten minutes of social work in another.

My opinion is that corn can only permanently rise in its exchangeable value when the real expenses of its production increase.

In such a relation they constitute equal exchangeable quantities.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exchangeable, such as: convertible, commutable, complementary, correlative, equivalent, and fungible.

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