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American English: /ˈdɑlər/
British English: /ˈdɒlə/

Translation of dollar in Spanish:


  • five US/Hong Kong/Australian dollars
    cinco dólares (estadounidenses)/de Hong Kong/australianos
    dollars to doughnuts (US) [colloquial]it's dollars to doughnuts they'll come
    te apuesto or juego lo que quieras (a) que vienen
    to be (as) sound as a dollar (US) [colloquial] (heart/engine)
    funcionar or marchar como un reloj
    estar (fuerte) como un toro
    to feel/look like a million dollarshe made me feel like a million dollars
    me hizo sentir en el séptimo cielo or a las mil maravillas
    she looked like a million dollars
    estaba despampanante
    top dollar (US) [colloquial]
    el mejor precio ( or sueldo etc. )
    you can bet your bottom dollar [colloquial]
    puedes estar seguro
    te lo doy firmado [colloquial]
    dollar bloc
    bloque (masculine) del dólar
    dollar days (US)
    (días en que los artículos de un negocio se venden por un dólar o por una cantidad fija de dólares)
    Example sentences
    • Does this mean oil prices haven't risen as dramatically in pounds or euros as in dollars?
    • I don't care if this investment comes by way of the dollar, the euro or the yen.
    • My view is that the pound moves more closely with the dollar than with the euro.
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