Definition of ackers in English:

ackers

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Entry from British & World English dictionary

noun

British informal
Money: what you get for your ackers is two CDs

Origin

1930s (originally used by British troops in Egypt as a name for the piastre): probably an alteration of Arabic fakka 'small change, coins'.

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