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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An automobile manufactured by the Italian firm Fiat S.p.A

You are jet-lagged, have a headache, can't stand driving a Fiat, it's turned dark and you cannot see or read the road signs.

An authoritative command or order to do something; an effectual decree
A warrant of a judge for certain processes
An authority for certain proceedings given by the Lord Chancellor's signature
Money as a medium of exchange
If something is done by fiat, it is done because of an official order given by someone in authority. He has tried to impose solutions to the country's problems by fiat. an official order given by someone in a position of authority, without considering what other people want by fiat (from fieri )
This is a would, should, could argument
I give my fiat to that proposal I consent to it A fiat in law is an order of the court directing that something stated be done (Latin, fiat, let it be done )
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\FEE-uht; -at; -aht; FY-uht; -at\, noun: 1 An arbitrary or authoritative command or order 2 Formal or official authorization or sanction
A metaphor wherein the affirmative institutes its plan for purposes of testing its desirability The efficacy of the plan cannot be fiated
An authority for certain proceedings given by the Lord Chancellors signature
{i} decree, command
I give my fiat to that proposal I consent to it A flat in law is an order of the court directing that something stated be done (Latin, fiat, let it be done )
{f} do, let it be done (Latin)
A sanction; decree
(Latin) Literally, let it be done Order, command, decision, or statute of an authoritative power
a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge); "a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there"
fiat currency
Money that is current (legal tender) for money debts by government fiat
fiat money
Money that is given legal value or made legal tender for money debts by government fiat
fiat moneys
plural form of fiat money
fiat monies
plural form of fiat money
Fiat SpA
International holding company and major Italian manufacturer of automobiles, trucks, and industrial vehicles and components. In 1899 Giovanni Agnelli (1866-1945) founded the firm that was incorporated as Fiat in 1906; he led the firm until his death. His grandson Giovanni Agnelli (1921-2003) served as chairman from 1966 until 1996, when his title became honorary. Paulo Fresco was named chairman in 1998. In 1979 the corporation converted to a holding company; in 1986 it acquired the sports-car manufacturer Alfa Romeo SpA. Among its automobile brands are Ferrari and Lancia
fiat money
Bank notes used as money to finance transactions (pay for things) which are not "backed" by a valuable commodity like gold or silver which could be exchanged against the note at a bank Fiat money is the only money used in the world today, but in the 19th century it was printed mainly to finance wars, because people didn't trust the government enough to forget the immense potential for abuse that this system had If a government wants to increase its expenditures without increasing taxes and without borrowing, it can just print money and pay with it This invariably leads to inflation
fiat money
A medium of exchange such as a coin which is accepted at a face value which is greater than its intrinsic value as a result of backing by the issuing authority (usually government)
fiat money
Nonconvertible paper moneyy
fiat money
Money that is not backed by specie and is legal tender by decree
fiat money
Currency whose value is dictated by law, without being backed by precious metal(s) or specie of equivalent face value Examples include current US FRNs See also: fiduciary notes
fiat money
Nonconvertible paper money
fiat money
Legal tender, especially paper currency, authorized by a government but not based on or convertible into gold or silver
fiat money
Coin or currency that is not convertible to precious metal Webster's defines the word fiat as "A decree, order, or sanction " Issued by governments, it has value only because it is declared to be money by government decree, and because it is agreed to have value by all involved individauls, businesses and governments When a government issues too much fiat money, the value falls and inflation results Almost all currencies in the world today are fiat money not backed by silver or gold Thus, the story of modern economics is the story of many different currencies all inflating at different rates, with the U S dollar falling faster than most
fiat money
A type of money which has little or no intrinsic value in itself, but which is decreed to be money by the government and is generally accepted in exchange Modern paper currencies are all fiat money, as are most coins in active circulation
fiat money
A coin or piece of paper of insignificant commodity value that a government has declared to be money and to which the government has given "legal tender" quality Fiat money neither represents nor is a claim for commodity money Fiat money is issued without any set intention to redeem it and consequently no reserves are set aside for that purpose The value of fiat money rests on the acceptance of political law or fiat Fiat money is money in both the broader and narrower senses HA 428-30; M 60-62, 482-483
fiat money
Money not backed by specie and is legal tender by virtue of decree
fiat money
Paper documents or token coins, normally issued by governments and made legal tender by fiat or statutory law, not redeemable in specie; an item of exchange value based in the conditional, future domain; accepted by the issuer as compensation for taxes, fees, duties or debts; accepted by others in anticipation of future exchanges
fiat money
Money that has little or no intrinsic value as a commodity; it is costless to produce, usually taking the form of tokens or pieces of paper; and is not redeemable for any commodity [FRBM][FRBSF] (see also money)
fiat money
Fiat Money is paper currency made legal tender by law or fiat It is not backed by gold or silver and is not necessarily redeemable in coin This practice has had widespread use for about the last 70 years If governments produce too much of it, there is a loss of confidence Even so, governments print it routinely when they need it The value of fiat money is dependent upon the performance of the economy of the country which issued it Canada's currency falls into this category
fiat money
Money that has little or no intrinsic value as a commodity; it is costless to produce, usually taking the form of tokens or pieces of paper, and is not redeemable for any commodity
fiat money
money that has value only because the government says it has value and because people are willing to accept it in exchange for goods
fiat money
Paper currency not back by gold or silver Page 623
fiat money
A means of exchange that has been established by government declaration, not by custom or tradition
fiat money
money decreed by government
fiat money
money that the government declares to be legal tender although it cannot be converted into standard specie
fiats
plural of fiat
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