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Meaning of “euro” in the English Dictionary

"euro" in British English

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euronoun [C]

uk   /ˈjʊə.rəʊ/  us   /ˈjʊ.roʊ/
A2 (symbol ) the ​unit of ​money used in most ​European Union ​countries: You can usually ​find a ​hotel for €70 a ​night. I need to ​change my ​pounds into euros. a 20-euro ​notethe euro the ​value of the euro, used in ​comparing the ​values of different ​types of ​money from around the ​world: The euro fell/​rose against (= was ​worth less/more ​compared to) the ​pound today.
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Euro-prefix

uk   /jʊə.rəʊ-/  us   /jʊr.oʊ-/
relating to the ​European Union: the Euro ​elections a Euro-MP (= a Member of the ​European Parliament) relating to ​Europe: Europop (= ​modern, ​young people's ​music from ​Europe)
(Definition of euro from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"euro" in American English

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euronoun [C]

 us   /ˈjʊər·oʊ/ (plural euros)
the ​basicunit of ​money of the ​EuropeanUnion
(Definition of euro from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"Euro-" in Business English

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Euro-prefix

uk   us   /jʊərəʊ-/
relating to the ​European Union: Many discussions have ​failed because they were viewed as too American or Eurocentric.
relating to ​Europe: Euro-Asian ​collaboration
MONEY used as ​part of the ​name of a ​currency to show that it is ​kept or ​traded in a ​foreign country: Eurodollars/Euroyen

euronoun

(also Euro) uk   us   /ˈjʊərəʊ/ MONEY
[C] the ​unit of ​money used in most countries in the European Union: The ​company said that the ​bonds would be ​issued in euros.
the euro [S] this ​currency when ​traded against other ​currencies: The euro ​rose to another ​record high against the ​dollar this week.
(Definition of Euro- from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “euro”
in Korean 유로…
in Arabic يورو…
in Malaysian euro…
in Russian евро…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歐元…
in Italian euro…
in Turkish avro, Avrupa Birliği para birimi…
in Polish euro…
in Spanish euro…
in Vietnamese đồng euro…
in Portuguese euro…
in Thai เงินยูโร…
in Catalan euro…
in Japanese ユーロ(ヨーロッパ諸国の貨幣単位)€…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欧元…
in Indonesian euro…
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