Definition of exchangeable in English:


Pronunciation /ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒəb(ə)l/ /ɛksˈtʃeɪndʒəb(ə)l/


See exchange

  • ‘Mr Sullivan believes the most likely option will be to refinance the existing €170m preference shares through either another convertible, exchangeable or private placement to lengthen the groups debt maturity profile.’
  • ‘Another change is in the investment Liberty will make in United Pan-Europe Communications - Liberty will now make that investment in the form of a convertible loan that is exchangeable into shares of UPC.’
  • ‘Through a trust, it is also selling 23.4 million shares of an exchangeable security that is convertible into Cablevision common stock in three years.’
  • ‘Also, remove and replace the exchangeable panels (window and screen) to make sure they fit properly and with a weather tight seal.’
  • ‘We used an exchangeable correlation structure to adjust for the correlation between repeated measurements.’
  • ‘Other freely exchangeable currencies should first be converted into US currency before being transferred.’
  • ‘‘As its debt payment to IBRA, it will issue exchangeable bonds, which start to mature in their eighth, ninth, tenth and eleventh years,’ Sjahrial said on Tuesday.’
  • ‘According to our scientific calculations each rose contains approximately 16-22 petals, each of which is exchangeable for a luscious shooter, in our case golden tequila sunrise.’
  • ‘Private property is in essence a cluster of rights inuring to the benefit of the owner, freely exchangeable in accordance with the terms of private agreements, and recognized and protected by common consent.’
  • ‘It is telling that this frozen instant is capable of being released in time as a movie, for which it serves as virtual seed, even as the movie, as actualization of that seed, is virtually exchangeable with that seed.’
  • ‘It rewards workers for their efforts with tokens which are exchangeable for commodities and services.’
  • ‘It even has its own currency, Disney dollars, exchangeable one-for-one with US dollars - and, with the exchange rate as strong as it currently is, this is far from Mickey Mouse money.’
  • ‘They themselves become exchangeable representatives of that a priori value.’
  • ‘Through the logic of the market, the particular products of human labor become exchangeable commodities, made universally equivalent through money.’
  • ‘If this seems recommended, it is these reinforcers which might be exchangeable for tokens, which are delivered contingent on more desirable behavior.’
  • ‘Petroleum is fungible or freely exchangeable, and cannot be ‘controlled.’’
  • ‘The original negative or positive is not generally exchangeable, but preserves the photograph's truth-value as an image of an object.’
  • ‘A free market requires well-defined, freely exchangeable, and enforceable private property rights.’
  • ‘What Holmes is saying here is that even though property is exchangeable, it doesn't arise from value; it's a creation of law.’
  • ‘Are all Internet portals similar and exchangeable?’



/ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒəb(ə)l/ /ɛksˈtʃeɪndʒəb(ə)l/