Definition of D-mark in English:

D-mark

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noun

Short for Deutschmark.
More example sentences
  • Remarkably, his countrymen, who had seen him swap valuable D-marks for worthless Ostmarks in 1990, accepted his decision with barely a murmur of dissent.
  • Germany is the only eurozone country where the national currency ceased to be legal tender at midnight on December 31, although most shops accepted D-marks and returned change in euro.
  • ‘I comfort myself that the good things in the D-mark will continue in the euro,’ said the bank chief.

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