Translation of pence in Spanish:

pence

Pronunciation: /pens/

n

  • 1.1pl ofpenny 1 1 1.2 (penny) (BrE) [uso criticado/criticized usage], penique (m)
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    • He held out his hand and showed me a fifty pence and ten pence coin and said ‘All I want is a cup of tea.’
    • Even more shocking than their aggrandizement of linguistic power is their evident ignorance of how English, the language of pounds and pennies, dollars and cents, works.
    • He had pencilled a price of four pounds and fifty pence onto the first page.

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