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Meaning of “currency” - Learner’s Dictionary

currency

noun
 
 
/ˈkʌrənsi/
MONEY [C, U] B1 the units of money used in a particular country: foreign currencyCurrencies
BELIEF [U] a situation in which an idea is believed or accepted by many people: This view is gaining currency within the government. →  See also hard currency Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
Translations of “currency”
in Arabic عُمْلة…
in Korean 화폐 단위…
in Malaysian matawang…
in French monnaie…
in Turkish resmi para, tedavüldeki para, (fikir) geçerlilik…
in Italian valuta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錢, 貨幣,流通貨幣…
in Russian валюта, распространенность…
in Polish waluta, popularność…
in Vietnamese tiền tệ…
in Spanish moneda…
in Portuguese moeda…
in Thai เงินตรา…
in German die Währung…
in Catalan moneda…
in Japanese 通貨…
in Indonesian mata uang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钱, 货币,通货…
(Definition of currency from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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