duplicate of exchange

duplicate of exchange
duplicate of exchange ˌduplicate of exˈchange noun duplicates of exchange PLURALFORM [countable] BANKING
the second copy of a bill of exchange

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duplicate of exchange UK US noun [C] (plural duplicates of exchange) BANKING, COMMERCE
a copy of a bill of exchange (= a document ordering someone to pay an amount of money at a particular time for goods or services)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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