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euroland

Line breaks: euro|land
Pronunciation: /ˈjʊərə(ʊ)land
 
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Definition of euroland in English:

noun

Another term for eurozone.
Example sentences
  • And that would be economic carnage in the UK, economic miracle in Euroland - then the Euro might look like the only way out.
  • True, there are some rational grounds for preferring the euro to the dollar: in contrast to the US, Euroland's economic problems can largely be solved without a major currency decline.
  • As the past few months have shown, a recovery in global economic demand in both Euroland and emerging Asia has not made any kind of appreciable positive impact on the US trade position; quite the contrary in fact.

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