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currency US English

A system of money in general use in a particular country

hard currency US English

Currency that is not likely to depreciate suddenly or to fluctuate greatly in value

single currency US English

A currency used by all the members of an economic federation

reserve currency US English

A strong currency widely used in international trade that a central bank is prepared to hold as part of its foreign exchange reserves

managed currency US English

A currency whose exchange rate is regulated or controlled by the government

single European currency in single currency US English

The currency (the euro) that replaced the national currencies of twelve member states of the European Union in 2002

ECU US English

The former official monetary unit of the European Union, used to evaluate the exchange rates and reserves of members of the European Monetary System on a common basis and in trading Eurobonds. It was replaced by the euro

currency US Thesaurus

foreign currency

currency English-Spanish

moneda f

common currency English-Spanish

to be common currency

single European currency English-Spanish

moneda f única europea

to gain currency in currency English-Spanish

extenderse*, ganar adeptos

to be in currency in currency English-Spanish

estar* en circulación

a unit of currency/area in unit English-Spanish

una unidad monetaria/de superficie

you'll need some Canadian currency in some English-Spanish

vas a necesitar algo de dinero canadiense

the banks like to sit on foreign currency in sit English-Spanish

los bancos suelen retener las divisas el mayor tiempo posible

the banks like to sit on foreign currency in sit on English-Spanish

los bancos suelen retener las divisas el mayor tiempo posible

inflation has turned their currency into Mickey Mouse money in Mickey Mouse English-Spanish

la inflación ha convertido su moneda en dinero de pacotilla


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