Eu|ro|cur|ren|cy


Eu|ro|cur|ren|cy
Eu|ro|cur|ren|cy «YUR oh KUR uhn see», noun, plural -cies.
U.S. dollars and some other currencies held by foreign interests, especially by European banks, and used as a medium of internationl credit.

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  • cur|ren|cy — «KUR uhn see», noun, plural cies. 1. money in actual use in a country: »Coins and paper money are currency in the United States. 2. a passing from person to person; circulation: »People who spread a rumor give it currency. 3. general use or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cur|ren|te ca|la|mo — «kuh REHN tee KAL uh moh; ku REHN teh KAH lah moh», Latin. 1. fluently; offhand. 2. (literally) with a running pen …   Useful english dictionary

  • cur·ren·cy — /ˈkɚrənsi/ noun, pl cies 1 a : the money that a country uses : a specific kind of money [count] A new currency has been introduced in the foreign exchange market. foreign currencies [noncount] paper currency …   Useful english dictionary

  • xen|o|cur|ren|cy — «ZEHN oh KUR uhn see», noun. currency circulating outside its country of origin …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|cur|ren|cy — «kuhn KUR uhn see», noun, plural cies. = concurrence. (Cf. ↑concurrence) …   Useful english dictionary

  • cur — bi·cur·sal; con·cur; con·cur·rence; con·cur·rent·ly; con·cur·ring·ly; con·cur·sion; con·cur·so; con·cur·sus; cu·cur·bit; cu·cur·bi·ta; cu·cur·bi·ta·ce·ae; cu·cur·bi·tar·i·a·ce·ae; cur·abil·i·ty; cur·able; cur·agh; cur·cas; cur·chie; cur·cu·lio;… …   English syllables

  • ren — ba·ren; bar·ren·er; bar·ren·ly; bar·ren·ness; ber·ren·do; ce·ren·kov; con·fé·ren·cier; cor·ren·te; cur·ren·cy; cur·ren·te; dai·ren; de·lo·ren·zite; der·ren·ga·de·ra; dze·ren; ei·ren·i·con; flo·ren·cée; fo·ren·si·cal; ha·ren·gi·form; ha·ren·gu·la; …   English syllables

  • Cur deus homo — („Warum Gott Mensch ist“) ist ein theologisches Werk des Benediktinermönches Anselm von Canterbury, das vermutlich zwischen 1094 und 1098 entstanden ist. In diesem Werk legt Anselm die ausführlichste und in der späteren Theologiegeschichte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Cürəli — or Dzhurali or Dzhuraly may refer to: Aşağı Cürəli, Azerbaijan Aşağı Cürəli (Ashagy Dzhurali), Azerbaijan Yuxarı Cürəli, Azerbaijan This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations with the same name. If an …   Wikipedia


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