Like-kind Exchanges. Definition:
Tax-free property investment exchanges. Often used for real estate.
Literal Meanings of Like-kind Exchanges.
Meanings of Like:
Their nature or quality is the same.
Used to draw attention to an action or event.
As an example.
It is used in connection with something else.
(A person or thing) that has the same characteristics or characteristics as other people or things.
It was like that.
It is used as a nonsense in speech or to express uncertainty about the use of the speaker's sentence.
Used to convey one's attitude or feelings directly in the form of speech (regardless of whether it is a real confrontation or not)
On the road
Find it comfortable, pleasant, or satisfying.
Desire of desire
The things we like or dislike.
Sentences of Like
They are like brothers
I'm sorry I came here all of a sudden
Take a closer look at works such as Animal Farm and 1984
Promises can be associated
I answered in the same way
People who move countries
I feel like I've run away from a camel
People who don't like reading books
I would like a cup of coffee
Different likes, dislikes, likes and income levels
Synonyms of Like
the same as, much the same, more or less the same, esteem, think well of, approximating, viz., for instance, of a kind, correspondent, related, admire, cognate, as, similar to, for example, akin, have regard for, have a soft spot for, identical to, analogous, comparable, hold in esteem, in particular, namely, respect, alike, have a fondness for, have a liking for, be attached to
Meanings of Kind:
A group of people or a group of things with similar characteristics.
Show or demonstrate a friendly, generous and caring role.
Sentences of Kind
All genres of music
She is a good and kind woman
Synonyms of Kind
good-natured, tender-hearted, mellow, warm, sort, category, mild, class, type, variety, caring, warm-hearted, feeling, genre, loving, tender, affectionate, kindly, good-hearted, form
Meanings of Exchanges:
The act of giving one thing in return and receiving another (especially one).
Exchange money for its equivalent in another country's currency.
Short talk or conversation.
Summary for switchboard
A series of short tricks in which both players grab material of equal value, especially a trade in which a knight or a bishop puts a shell.
Sentences of Exchanges
Negotiations led to land exchanges for peace
They exchanged currency for me at competitive rates
Heat is exchanged
Motorola developed the first mobile phone system more than 20 years ago, as well as connecting traditional cell phones to the public telephone network.
So it turns out that the whites must have accepted the change from bishop to knight!
Synonyms of Exchanges
conversation, switch, giving and taking, chat, meeting, change, bandying, talk, interchange, dialogue, trade, trafficking, word, trading, barter, traffic, conference, discussion, swap, reciprocity, trade-off