Countercurrent Exchange Mechanism

Science / Marine Biology / Countercurrent Exchange Mechanism: Mechanism by which two vessels are set side by side, with fluid flowing in opposite directions, allowing efficient uptake and retention of heat, oxygen, or gas, depending upon the type of exchanger

Other Words for Exchange

Exchange Verb Synonyms: market, stock market, Stock Exchange, securities exchange, the Market, the Board, the Big Board, the Exchange, the Bourse, Wall Street, the Street
Exchange Adjective Synonyms: trade, barter, switch, change, interchange, reciprocate, return, swap or swop
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Other Words for Mechanism

Mechanism Noun Synonyms: way, means, method, procedure, approach, technique, medium, process, agency
Mechanism Adjective Synonyms: device, appliance, contrivance, apparatus, instrument, machine
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Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX)

Business / Finance / Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX): Established in 1992, the most liquid and best organized financial exchange in Russia. MORE

National Cheese Exchange (NCE)

Business / Agriculture / National Cheese Exchange (NCE): A now defunct private non-profit corporation that operated in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Every Friday morning for one-half hour, members of the NCE met to buy or sell cheddar cheese in 40-pound blocks and MORE

National Stock Exchange (NSE)

Business / Finance / National Stock Exchange (NSE): Second-largest stock exchange based in India. MORE

Montreal Exchange-Bourse De Montreal

Business / Finance / Montreal Exchange-Bourse De Montreal: The oldest stock exchange in Canada trading stocks, bonds, futures, and options. The Canadian Market Portfolio Index (XXM) tracks the market performance of the 25 highest-capitalization stocks traded MORE

Milan Stock Exchange

Business / Finance / Milan Stock Exchange: The largest regional stock exchange in Italy, facilitating more than 90% of the country's trading volume. MORE

Mechanism Of Injury

Health / First Aid / Mechanism Of Injury: A low-speed fender-bender in a parking lot is much less likely to cause a life-threatening injury than a rollover accident on the freeway. A gunshot wound has more potential for serious injury than a MORE

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