fungibility : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange

  • He never really understood the fungibility of debt and equity.
  • It is to this fungibility of parts that one must attribute their astonishing record of 68-23 through their first 91 games, for a winning percentage of .
  • One was the treacherous belief in the limitless fungibility of military power as if it were the one supercurrency that could buy everything else: political clout, hearts and .

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