agent de change

noun \ä-zhäⁿ-də-ˈshäⁿzh\

Definition of agent de change

plural

agents de change

\ä-zhäⁿ-də-ˈshäⁿzh\
  1. :  a member of the board of licensed brokers who form the official bourse in France and some other European countries

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Origin and Etymology of agent de change

borrowed from French, “agent of the exchange”


First Known Use: 1821


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