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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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in Arabic يورو…
in Korean 유로…
in Malaysian euro…
in Turkish avro, Avrupa Birliği para birimi…
in Italian euro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歐元…
in Russian евро…
in Polish euro…
in Vietnamese đồng euro…
in Spanish 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 Indonesian euro…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欧元…
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