Americanold-fashioned an amount of money worth 12½ cents
a small unit of money used in many countries, for example the US, Canada, and Australia. There are 100 cents in a dollar and its symbol is ¢.
a unit of money used in some European countries
pence: used in the system of money used in the UK before 1971
a coin worth ten cents in the US and Canada
the unit of money used in several countries, including Iraq, Jordan, and Libya
the unit of money used in the US and in several other countries such as Canada and Australia. Its symbol is $
a banknote or coin worth a dollar
the unit of money that is used in most countries in the European Union. Its symbol is €.
Americanspoken grand: one thousand dollars
half dollar noun
a coin worth one half of a dollar in the US or Canada
the unit of money that is used in Turkey and Syria
a unit of money that was used in Italy until it was replaced by the euro in 2002
a coin in the US and Canada worth five cents
a small unit of money in the UK There are 100 pence in one pound
a small coin in the UK worth one penny
a small coin in the US or Canada worth one cent
the unit of money used in the Philippines and several countries in South and Central America
economics a unit of money used in the UK and several other countries. Its symbol is £.
a coin or banknote worth one pound
pound coin noun
a British coin that is worth one pound
pound note noun
a piece of paper money worth one pound. This no longer exists in the UK except in Scotland.
pound sterling noun
the official name for the unit of money used in the UK
the unit of money that was used in the Republic of Ireland before the euro was introduced
a coin that is worth one quarter of an American or Canadian dollar, or 25 cents
the unit of money used in South Africa
the unit of money used in Russia
the unit of money used in India, Pakistan, and some other countries
the unit of money used in Israel
American a one-dollar note
economics the standard unit of money in the UK
economics the unit of money used in Japan. Its symbol is ¥.