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face value

noun [U]
 
 
also ( US face amount)
FINANCE the amount that is shown on a bank note, a coin, etc.: The bonds are trading at just 40% of face value.
Translations of “face value”
in Chinese (Traditional) (郵票、硬幣、紙幣等的)票面價值,面值…
in Chinese (Simplified) (邮票、硬币、纸币等的)票面价值,面值…
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