- CDS (English)
- A contract where the buyer of the swap makes regular payments to the seller and in return receives a payoff in case the debtor of the underlying financial instrument defaults.
- A way of speech used by parents, particularly mothers, when talking to toddlers and infants. It uses a higher-pitched, warm voice, slow speed, and simplified vocabulary and grammar.
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