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A person whose business was the exchanging of one currency for another.
- ‘The friendly bank staff directed us to their favourite money changer, at that time lolling around on the steps outside the bank.’
- ‘Some accounts say that Thabit was a money changer as a young man.’
- ‘There are money changers everywhere but exchange rates are often best in the banks and you can withdraw cash from ATMs.’
- ‘I will be having dinner with Kim and then we are going off to the money changer for some currency swop.’
- ‘The practices of the unscrupulous money changers stand indicted in the court of public opinion rejected by the minds and hearts of men.’
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