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something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange

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general acceptance or use

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Whatever the reason, the economy at large will need its cash to revert back to its normal role as a means of exchange otherwise the economy falls into barter and we are back to the end-of-capitalism scenario.
With interest no longer creamed off our means of exchange at source, all of us, young and old, would be better able to live within our means.
Banking has acquired its disproportionate power and wealth only because it is licensed, by default, to cream off the bulk of its profits from our means of exchange at source.
This is the direct result of using debt as our means of exchange.
Until we stop using debt as our means of exchange, there is absolutely no chance of eradicating poverty, either in the Third World or on our own doorstep.
Cable connector switchboards and improve their means of exchange in the field of BKV Zrt.
For his part, the State Minister at the Ministry of Investment Osama Faisal underlined importance of establishing a work on a consistent approach for investment in the country to meet the aspirations of the stage, adding that the ministry is currently working to collect and provide correct and comprehensive data and activate the means of exchange of information to start through two phases, the first concerned with solving the problems facing investment and the second to promote it via a clear vision.
She called not to use religious mosques as a means of exchange, negating such a move by both Sunni and Shiite Endowment Departments.
Money is a means of exchange and a measure of value.
One of the values of a currency is stability and the extent (to which) a currency is target of speculation as opposed to primarily a means of exchange.
It also discussed the different investment potentials and means of exchange expertise and enhancing bilateral cooperation in all economic and investment fields.