Definition of diram in English:

diram

Line breaks: diram
Pronunciation: /ˈdɪərəm
 
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noun

A monetary unit of Tajikistan, equal to one hundredth of a somoni.
More example sentences
  • There is an additional 400 dirams to be paid on arrival which will cover food costs.
  • Their first fund-raising activity will be to sell coffee daily in the ILC for 20 dirams per cup.
  • He said, ‘The pay is better than a headache, but it is a heavy and perilous task; when my life has been spent in this venture, what use will your dirams be then?’

Origin

Tajik.

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