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ECUnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈek.juː/ /ˈeɪ.kjuː/
abbreviation forEuropean Currency Unit: the ​previousofficialunit of ​money used in the ​European Union, ​replaced by the ​euro in 1999
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ECUnoun [C]

(also ecu) uk   us   MONEY, ECONOMICS
abbreviation forEuropean Currency Unit: the ​currency that was used within the ​European Monetary System before the euro. The ECU was ​based on the ​value of several different ​currencies within the ​European Union and used for ​investment and ​accountingpurposes, not as the ​currency of any particular country.
(Definition of ECU from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 欧洲货币单位…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歐洲貨幣單位…
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