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Translation of "penny" - English-Spanish dictionary

penny

noun   /ˈpen·i/ (pennies)
B1 a coin with a value of 1/100 of a pound or a dollar penique There are 100 pence in a pound.
(Definition of penny from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

penny

noun /ˈpeni/ ( plurals pence /pens/, pence)
in British currency, the hundredth part of £1 penique, centavo It costs seventy-five pence Oranges, 12p each.
in certain countries, a coin of low value. centavo
the value of such a coin. centavo
penniless adjective
very poor; with little or no money sin un duro, pelado, en números rojos a penniless old man.
(Definition of penny from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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