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  • dol|lar-a-year man — «DOL uhr UHYIHR», U.S. a person serving the federal government at the salary of one dollar a year …   Useful english dictionary

  • dol|lar|bird — «DOL uhr BURD», noun. a roller of Africa, India, and Australia that has a round, light blue spot on its outspread wing …   Useful english dictionary

  • dol|lar|fish — «DOL uhr FIHSH», noun, plural fish|es or (collectively) fish. 1. a small, oval fish abundant along the eastern coast of the United States; butterfish. 2. either of several varieties of moonfish, especially a carangoid fish of the Atlantic with a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • dol|lar|i|za|tion — «DOL uhr uh ZAY shuhn», noun the adoption of the U.S. dollar by other countries as a currency; coordination of national currencies with the dollar. –dollarize, v …   Useful english dictionary

  • dol|lar|less — «DOL uhr lihs», adjective. having little or no money; worthless: »a dollarless adventurer seeking a rich heiress …   Useful english dictionary

  • dol|lar|wise — «DOL uhr WYZ», adverb. with respect to dollars: »the highest sales dollarwise in the company s history …   Useful english dictionary

  • A|sia|dol|lar — «AY zhuh DOL uhr», noun. a U.S. dollar deposited in Asian banks and used in various money markets of Asia …   Useful english dictionary

  • Eu|ro|dol|lar — «YUR oh DOL uhr», noun. a U.S. dollar held by a foreign interest and involved in a transaction outside of the United States, especially in Europe: »The growth of the Eurodollar market is causing rising concern in European banking circles (London… …   Useful english dictionary

  • non|dol|lar — «non DOL uhr», adjective. of or having a currency unit other than the dollar …   Useful english dictionary

  • rix-dol|lar — «RIHKS DOL uhr», noun. any one of various silver coins, as of the Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany, now mostly out of use, which were worth about a dollar. ╂[< earlier Dutch rijcksdaler (in Dutch, rijksdaalder), (literally) imperial dollar.… …   Useful english dictionary

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