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C-notenoun [C]

uk   /ˈsiː.nəʊt/  us   /-noʊt/ US slang
a piece of paper money with the value of 100 dollars
Translations of “C-note”
in Chinese (Traditional) 100美元面值的鈔票…
in Chinese (Simplified) 100美元面值的钞票…
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