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Dictionary English German: [currency]

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English German
issued {adj} {past-p} [stamps, currency]
22
verausgabt
unissued {adj} [stamps, currency]unverausgabt
Verbs
to exchange sth. [esp. currency, also words]
834
etw. wechseln
to collapse [cave in (e.g. platform); also: drop suddenly in value (price or currency)]
72
einbrechen [einstürzen (z. B. Tribüne); auch: stark im Wert fallen (Kurs od. Währung)]
to depreciate [currency]an Kaufkraft verlieren
to monetise sth. [Br.] [convert a security into currency]etw. zu Geld machen
Nouns
fin. debasement [currency]
457
Abwertung {f} [Währung]
fin. denomination [of currency]
64
Stückelung {f}
curr. fiver [banknote representing 5 currency units]
38
Fünfer {m}
[banknote representing 20 currency units]
21
Zwanziger {m}
collapse [of a bridge, etc.; of prices, of a currency]
18
Einbrechen {n} [Einsturz; Verfall (der Kurse, einer Währung)]
[banknote representing 100 currency units]
16
Hunderter {m} [ugs.]
curr. [banknote representing 1000 currency units]
16
Tausender {m}
curr. [banknote representing 200 currency units]
16
Zweihunderter {m}
curr. [banknote representing 500 currency units]
16
Fünfhunderter {m}
curr. pfennig <pf.> [former German currency]
11
Pfennig {m} <Pf.>
curr. renminbi <RMB, ¥> [Chinese currency]
11
Renminbi {m} <RMB, ¥> [chinesische Währung]
curr. hist. sixpence [Br.] [replaced 1971 by decimal currency]
11
Sixpencestück {n}
econ. uttering [of currency]
10
Inumlaufbringen {n} [von Geld, Falschgeld]
curr. hist. schilling [Austrian pre-euro currency]
9
Schilling {m}
curr. drachma [Greek currency]
7
Drachme {f} [griech. Währung]
curr. lira [former Italian currency]
7
Lira {f} [ehem. italienische Währung]
curr. punt [Irish pound; former Irish currency]
6
Punt {n} [ehem. irische Währung]
curr. real <BRL, R$> [Brazilian currency]
5
Real {m} <BRL, R$> [brasilianische Währung]
curr. tolar <SIT> [Slovenian currency, replaced by the euro on 1 January 2007]
5
Tolar {m} <SIT> [ehemalige slowenische Währung]
curr. [banknote representing 50 currency units]Fünfziger {m}
hist. unit amole [salt bar, salt currency]Amole {f} [Salzmaß, Salzgeld]
curr. córdoba [Nicaraguan currency]Córdoba {m} [nicaraguanische Währung]
curr. Deutschmark [former German currency]D-Mark {f} [Deutsche Mark]
curr. Deutschmarks [former German currency]Deutsche Mark {pl} <DM, DEM>
curr. escudo [former Portuguese currency unit]Escudo {m} [frühere portugiesische Währungseinheit]
curr. lipa [Croatian currency subunit] [100 lipa = 1 kuna]Lipa {f} [kroatische Währungsuntereinheit] [100 Lipa = 1 Kuna]
comp. print louse <¤> [coll.] [neutral currency sign]Schildkröte {f} <¤> [ugs.] [allgemeines Währungssymbol]
curr. öre [Swedish currency subunit]Öre {n} {f}
curr. øre [Danish and Norwegian currency unit]Öre {n} {f}
curr. peseta [former Spanish currency]Peseta {f} [ehem. spanische Währung]
curr. peseta [former Spanish currency]Pesete {f} [ehem. spanische Währung]
curr. punt [Irish pound; former Irish currency]Irisches Pfund {n} [ehem. irische Währung]
curr. reais {pl} [Brazilian currency]Reais {pl} [brasilianische Währung]
hist. reichsmark [1924-1948 German currency]Reichsmark {f} <RM>
econ. hist. Rentenmark [also: rentenmark] [temporary German monetary unit issued in 1923 to stabilize currency]Rentenmark {f}
curr. hist. schilling [Austrian pre-euro currency]Schlei {m} [österr. ugs.: Schilling]
fin. hist. shinplaster [Am.] [Can.] [Aus.] [in most cases privately issued fractional paper currency]Ersatzpapiergeld {n} [Notgeld von geringem Nennwert]
curr. sol <S> [former currency of Peru, or short for the nuevo sol]Sol {m} <S> [frühere Währung von Peru oder kurz für den Nuevo Sol]
2 Words: Others
not issued {adj} [stamps, currency]unverausgabt
2 Words: Verbs
econ. to back up [currency etc.]stützen [Währung etc.]
fin. to bail sth. out [company, bank, currency]etw. retten [Unternehmen, Bank vor dem Konkurs, Währung vor dem Zusammenbruch]
to eat into sth. [currency reserves, savings]zehren von etw. [Reserven, Ersparnisse]
fin. to lose ground [currency]nachgeben [Währung]
2 Words: Nouns
100 eurocent [currency units]100 Eurocent {pl} [Währungseinheiten]
curr. bolívar fuerte <VEF> [Venezuelan currency unit from 1 January 2008]Bolívar {m} Fuerte <VEF> [venezolanische Währungseinheit]
curr. Caribbean guilder <CMG> [proposed currency for Curaçao and Sint Maarten]Karibischer Gulden {m} <CMG> [vorgestellte Währung für Curaçao und Sint Maarten]
curr. currency band [currency strap]Geldscheinbanderole {f}
fin. currency conversion [currency translation]Währungsumrechnung {f}
acc. curr. econ. default currency [local currency]Stammwährung {f}
curr. Deutsche Mark <DM, DEM> [former German currency]Deutsche Mark {f} <DM, DEM>
curr. Estonian kroon <EEK> [former currency of Estonia]estnische Krone {f} <EEK> [frühere estnische Währung]
exchange rate [in non-cash currency exchanges]Devisenkurs {m}
curr. hist. Forum Cheque [Br.] [a form of hard currency in the GDR]Forumscheck {m}
funny money [coll.] [artificially inflated currency]wertlose Währung {f}
curr. econ. internal value [of a currency]Binnenwert {m}
monetary decay [currency]Währungszerfall {m}
3 Words: Others
fin. backed by gold {adj} [currency] [postpos.]goldgedeckt
curr. in denominations of {prep} [+ currency]in Stücken zu [+ Währung]
3 Words: Verbs
fin. to hold up well [currency]sich gut behaupten [Währung]
3 Words: Nouns
curr. hist. East German mark [currency of the German Democratic Republic]Mark {f} der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik [offizielle Bezeichnung für die Währung der DDR]
curr. West German mark [Deutschmark, former German currency]Westmark {f} [ugs.]
5+ Words: Others
... or the equivalent value in ... [stamps, foreign currency (e.g. francs), etc.]... oder der Gegenwert in ... [Briefmarken, Fremdwährung (z. B. Francs) usw.]
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