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Currency abbreviation: abbreviation assigned to the currency of a country or group of countries; its reference value is guaranteed by a competent authority, usually a central bank.
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peso rupee new shekel euro yen pound cent dollar

peso click to hear : peso

The peso is the currency of Chile, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Argentina; it is a descendant of the Spanish gold peso introduced in the 15th century.

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The rupee is the currency of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the Seychelles; it is a descendant of the silver rupee, which was first used in the 16th century.

new shekel click to hear : new shekel

The new shekel is the currency of Israel; it replaced the old shekel in 1985.

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The euro is the common currency of the countries that belong to the European Union; it was introduced in January 2002.

yen click to hear : yen

The yen is the currency of Japan; the word means "e&round"e& or "e&circle"e& in Japanese.

pound click to hear : pound

The pound is used in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Egypt and Lebanon, among other countries; it is the oldest currency in Europe.

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A subdivision of certain currencies, including the dollar, the rupee and the shilling.

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Decimal monetary unit used in certain countries where English is spoken, including Canada, the U.S., Australia and New Zealand.