One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1In banking and commerce: charges incurred by the bearer when a bill of exchange is dishonoured in the country in which the bill was payable. Compare rechange. Now historical.
2Generally. A second or further exchange, especially one that restores something to the original owner.
with object To exchange again; to effect a re-exchange of.
Late 15th century. From re- + exchange. Compare later re-exchange<br>mid 17th century. From re- + exchange. Compare earlier re-exchange.
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