listen to the pronunciation of currency
İngilizce - Türkçe
para birimi

Arjantin'in eski para birimi Austral'di. Sembolü ₳ idi. - The former Argentine currency was Austral. Its symbol was ₳.

Birtakım Avrupa ülkelerinde geçerli para birimi avrodur. Simgesi € şeklindedir. Bir avro yaklaşık iki Türk lirası değerindedir. - In several European countries, the current currency is the euro. Its symbol is €. One euro is worth about two Turkish lira.


Dövizi nerede değiştirebilirim? - Where can I exchange foreign currency?

En yakın döviz bürosu nerede? - Where is the closest currency exchange?

nakit para
(Ticaret) para tedavülü
(Ticaret) tedavüldeki para
(Ticaret) dolaşımdaki para
(Ticaret) döviz ile ikrazat
(Politika, Siyaset) bir ülkenin değişim aracı
mütedavil para
(Kanun) meskükat
(Politika, Siyaset) kuruşun kırkta biri
(Kanun) rağbet
(Ticaret) para dolaşımı
(Bilgisayar) parabirimi

Arjantin'in eski para birimi Austral'di. Sembolü ₳ idi. - The former Argentine currency was Austral. Its symbol was ₳.

Daha önceki İtalyan para birimi liradı onun sembolü £ dır.O Türk lirasıyla ilgili değildir. - The former Italian currency was the lira and its symbol was ₤. It's not related to the Turkish lira.


Birtakım Avrupa ülkelerinde geçerli para birimi avrodur. Simgesi € şeklindedir. Bir avro yaklaşık iki Türk lirası değerindedir. - In several European countries, the current currency is the euro. Its symbol is €. One euro is worth about two Turkish lira.

Bir para birimi değer kaybettiği zaman, bu para ülke ekonomisi üzerinde enflasyonist bir etkiye sahiptir. - When a currency depreciates, that has an inflationary effect on the economy of the country of the currency.

{i} devir
{i} dolaşım
para birimi para
(Mukavele) döviz; tedavüldeki para birimi
(Askeri) GÜNCELLİK: Bir harita veya şemanın belirli bir zamanda eldeki en iyi bilgilerle karşılaştırılarak güncel hale getirilmiş olma durumu. 2. Bir ülkenin kullanılmakta olan parası. 3. Yürürlük meriyet; Akış, hadiselerin akışı. 4. Askeri para, işgal parası. Bknz. "military currency"
{i} yaygınlık
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) nakit
(Ticaret) ulusal para
(Hukuk) dolanımdaki para
currency boards
para kurulları
currency capital
(Ticaret) döner sermaye
currency code amount
bedel miktarı
currency composition
(Kanun) döviz kompozisyonu
currency exchange
(Turizm) kambiyo
currency format
(Bilgisayar) para birimi biçimi
currency hedging
(Ticaret) kur sabitleme
currency loss
(Ticaret) döviz kaybı
currency of money
(Ticaret) para tedavülü
currency of payment
(Ticaret) ödemenin para cinsi
currency options
(Ticaret) para birimi opsiyonları
currency parities
(Ticaret) paraların parkeleri
currency question
para sorunu
currency risk
(Ticaret) döviz riski
currency style
(Bilgisayar) para birimi stili
currency style
(Bilgisayar) para birimi biçemi
currency translation
(Ticaret) farklı para birimine çevirme
currency units
(Ticaret) para birimleri
currency account
döviz hesabı
currency in circulation
dolaşımdaki para
currency indexed
dövize endeksli
currency inflation
para enflasyonu
currency issued
emisyon hacmi
currency reform
para reformu
currency risk
kur riski
currency symbol
para birimi simgesi
currency system
para jüyesi
currency trade
döviz ticareti
currency unit
para birimi
currency carry trade
para ticareti yapmak
currency convertibility
paranın konvertibilitesi
currency fluctuation
(Ekonomi) Dövizdeki dalgalanma
currency in circulation
Tedavüldeki para
currency market
Döviz piyasası
currency of korea
Kore para birimi
currency of the european union
Avrupa Birliği'nin para birimi
currency option
döviz opsiyonu
currency sign
para işareti
currency substitution
para ikamesi
currency swap
döviz swap
currency system
para sistemi
currency value
döviz değeri
currency basket
(Ticaret) para sepeti
currency bill
kambiyo senedi
currency bill
(Ticaret) yabancı poliçe
currency exchange
döviz bürosu

En yakın döviz bürosu nerede? - Where is the closest currency exchange?

currency exposure
(Ticaret) kurdan etkilenme riski
currency number format
para birimi gösterimi / biçimi
currency parity
(Ticaret) kambiyo paritesi
currency parity
(Ticaret) paranın paritesi
currency speculation
(Ticaret) döviz spekülasyonu
currency swap
(Ticaret) para birimi swapı
currency symbol
para simgesi
asset currency
(Ticaret) banknotlar
functional currency
(Ticaret) geçerli para birimi
intervention currency
(Ticaret) müdahale parası
reporting currency
(Ticaret) raporlama para birimi
European currency unit
Avrupa para birimi
blocked currency
bloke para
check currency
vadesiz mevduat
convertible currency
serbest döviz
convertible currency
konvertibl para
counter currency
sahte para
domestic currency
milli para
domestic currency
ülke parası
effective currency
efektif para
foreign currency
yabancı para
foreign currency
yabancı ülke parası
foreign currency

Dövizi nerede değiştirebilirim? - Where can I exchange foreign currency?

foreign currency account
döviz hesabı
foreign currency clause
kambiyo kaydı
fractional currency
bozuk para
free currency
serbest döviz
hard currency
konvertibl para
hard currency
sağlam para
home currency
ulusal para
home currency
milli para
inflow of foreign currency
döviz akışı
metallic currency
madeni para
national currency
ulusal para
paper currency
kağıt para
paper currency
tedavüldeki para
silver currency
gümüş para
soft currency
zayıf para
account currency
hesap birimi
convertible paper currency
madeni paraya çevrilebilir kağıt para
cross currency risk
çapraz kur riski
deterioration of currency
(Ekonomi) Paranın değerinin düşmesi
flow of currency
Para akışı
foreing currency account (banking)
döviz hesabı (bankacılık) yabancı
high currency
Yüksek akım
overvalued currency
(Ekonomi) Başka ülkenin para birimine göre yüksek değerli para
reduce the value of a currency
Bir para biriminin değerini azaltmak
reserve currency
karşılık olarak tutulan döviz
reserve currency
rezerv para birimi
undervalued currency
(Ekonomi) Başka ülkenin para birimine göre düşük değerli para
İngilizce - İngilizce
The state of being current
Paper money

Spangler went through his pockets, coming out with a handful of small coins, one piece of currency and a hard-boiled egg.

Money or other item used to facilitate transactions

wampum was used as a currency by Amerindians.

a countable unit which symbolize real value
Acceptance or use

The jargon’s currency.

{n} a circulation, currentness, paper passing for, and established as, current money
This entry identifies the national medium of exchange and its basic subunit
money in its physical form: coin and paper money (chapter 10)
general acceptance or use; "the currency of ideas" the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used a current state of general acceptance and use
A medium of exchange of value, defined by reference to the geographical location of the authorities responsible for it ISO4217 In general, the monetary unit, involved in a transaction and represented by a name or a symbol
Fluency; readiness of utterance
Literally it means money (coins and banknotes) we use every day to buy things, but in a general sense it refer to all the money stock of a country Our currency is the Rand, the US the Dollar and in Zambia it is the Kwacha, etc
Current value; general estimation; the rate at which anything is generally valued
A button on the toolbar which applies the Currency number format to the selected cells In this format numbers have a symbol for the particular currency chosen, such as $ or € Two digits are shown to the right of the decimal point
A characteristic of information quality measuring the degree to which data represents reality from the required point in time
I don't mean money here, but a way to evaluate web sites: When was the last time this site was updated? (Often there's a note at the bottom of the page, "Last updated" and the date )
If a custom, idea, or word has currency, it is used and accepted by a lot of people at a particular time. `Loop' is one of those computer words that has gained currency in society. = acceptance see also common currency. In industrialized nations, the portion of the national money supply (consisting of banknotes and government-issued paper money and coins) that does not require endorsement to serve as a medium of exchange. Since the abandonment of the gold standard, governments have not been obligated to repay the holders of currency in any form of precious metal. Consequently, the volume of currency has been determined by the actions of the government or central bank and not by the supply of precious metals. In less-developed societies, or in times of economic scarcity, items such as livestock or tobacco (cigarettes) may serve as currency. See also coinage
That which is in circulation, or is given and taken as having or representing value; as, the currency of a country; a specie currency; esp
{i} money; circulation; custom, prevalence
The state or quality of being current; general acceptance or reception; a passing from person to person, or from hand to hand; circulation; as, a report has had a long or general currency; the currency of bank notes
Any widely-acceptable monetary unit of trade, such as the Dollar, the Euro, or the Pound Note that many countries have indistinguishable names such as dollars, pounds, pesos, and lira, so precise recognition is through country name and currency name, the ISO alphanumeric or numeric monetary codes, or the SWIFT alphanumeric banking codes
The currency is the Egyptian pound (LE), and as a rough guide, the exchange rate is around 5LE to 1GBPound, or 3LE to 1US$ You can only take a limited amount of Egyptian currency in to Egypt (around 250LE) and it is almost impossible to change Egyptian currency back when you leave In any case, you're not supposed to take currency out of the country, so you should spend it before leaving - take Sterling or Dollar Traveller's Cheques, don't exchange more than you need and keep the receipts! Do not exchange on the black market, you will probably get ripped off, and there is a standard official exchange rate, so all Bureau de Change give the same rate Most cruise ships and hotels have an exchange service either "in-house" or via a visiting exchange representative Keep a stock of small change - it's in short supply
Any form of money that is in public circulation
A continued or uninterrupted course or flow like that of a stream; as, the currency of time
Paper money issued by the government [FACS] (see also fiscal policy)
A country's official unit of monetary exchange When investing overseas, currency risk can be problematic Even when foreign economies are doing reasonably well, currency fluctuations can have a negative effect on stock prices While stocks in the chosen country could be soaring, a decline in the value of the currency's exchange rate to the dollar could eliminate your stock gains BACK TO TOP
the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used
This shows the currency that a security trades in, such as USD for U S dollar
The money used in a particular country is referred to as its currency. Tourism is the country's top earner of foreign currency More people favour a single European currency than oppose it
Paper money Explore the federal government's American Currency Exhibit online and take a virtual tour of the Money Museum
A numeric data type particularly suited to store money data Currency values are 64-bit (8-byte) integers, scaled by 10,000 to provide four digits to the right of the decimal point Currency values use the prefix cur and the type-declaration character @ (the at sign)
That which circulates as a medium of exchange; anything that is in immediate, continuous and widespread use as money
government or bank notes circulating as a substitute for metallic money
the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used a current state of general acceptance and use
The code used to identify the currency in which the financial statements are reported
the property of belonging to the present time; "the currency of a slang term"
means money denominated in the lawful currency of a country
general acceptance or use; "the currency of ideas"
anything accepted as money -- " convert it to the currency of your own country " (214)
Refers to money i e Canadian currency rate
Paper money issued by the government
a current state of general acceptance and use
A country's unit of exchange issued by their government or central bank whose value is the basis for trade
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currency code
A three-letter designation assigned by ISO standard 4217 denoting a given currency

My foreign exchange applet knows the currency codes for all officially recognized currencies, not just USD and GBP.

currency codes
plural form of currency code
currency overlay
The separation of currency risk outsourcing costs from asset allocation and security selection costs
Attributive form of currency code

currency-code table.

Currency Carry Trade
(Finans) A strategy in which an investor sells a certain currency with a relatively low interest rate and uses the funds to purchase a different currency yielding a higher interest rate. A trader using this strategy attempts to capture the difference between the rates, which can often be substantial, depending on the amount of leverage used
currency board
(Ekonomi) A currency board is a monetary authority which is required to maintain an exchange rate with a foreign currency. This policy objective requires the conventional objectives of a central bank to be subordinated to the exchange rate target
currency basket
amount of money in circulation in any country
currency basket basis
relational value of currencies from different countries
currency basket rate
monetary rate made of the combined averages of other foreign currencies in relation to the Shekel
currency block
group of different countries who use the same form of currency
currency board
a system in which the exchange rate between the local currency and foreign currency is fixed by law
currency board
An institution whose sole purpose is to keep a foreign exchange rate fixed by acting as a residual buyer or seller of the country's money at that price (p 790)
currency board
Form of central bank that issues domestic currency for foreign exchange at fixed rates
currency code
The Currency Code is a 1 or 2 character code specifying the currency of an instrument CountryCurrencyCode CountryCurrencyCode
currency code
The three-digit International Standards Organization (ISO) identifier for each currency, i e USD = U S Dollars
currency code
This entry gives the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 4217 alphabetic currency code for each country
currency conversion
The process by which the transaction currency is converted into the currency of settlement or the currency of the issuer for the purpose of facilitating transaction authorization, clearing and settlement reporting The currency of transaction is determined by the acquirer; the currency of the issuer is the preferred currency used by the issuer, and most often, the currency in which the cardholder will be billed
currency conversion
Adjust foreign funds to U S Dollars for premium and claim payment
currency conversion
Instant conversion and cross-rates computing up to 29 currencies (the list of available currencies depends on the model of Language Teacher®)
currency conversion
A process that converts currency values in a database from one currency into another currency To convert one US dollar into the euro, the current exchange rate, for example, 0 923702, is multiplied to the dollar After conversion (1* 0 923702), the euro amount is 92
currency conversion
exchange of money, currency exchange
currency conversion
The process of converting a value in the base currency to a target currency An example is converting the value of $123,456,789 into 203493825 308700 Deutsche Marks or 103,466,912 638698 Euro
currency declaration
declaration of the amount of foreign currency one brings in or out of a country
currency destruction
damaging of bills or coins
currency fluctuations
changes in the value of a currency
currency haven
place to deposit money where it cannot be taxed
currency in circulation
amount of money circulating throughout a country
currency issue
distribution of money, distribution of currency
currency leakage
condition in which the deposits are used and the amount of currency in the market is reduced
currency revaluation
raising of the vale of one currency in relation to other currencies
currency substitution
something used in place of cash (check, credit card, etc.)
currency swap
exchange of currencies of different countries
currency trading
trading in foreign currencies, trading foreign money
currency union
agreement between countries to preserve related exchange rates
currency unit
amount of currency used as a basis for exchange
current liabilities in foreign currency
foreign currency debt that a business is obliged to repay during the current year
fiat currency
Money that is current (legal tender) for money debts by government fiat
foreign currency
any currency that is in use in a foreign country, but not in one's own
single currency
The unified currency proposed for all EU states; it became the Euro
undervalued currency
(Ekonomi) A currency which is quoted or traded below what is perceived as its true market value, given its country's balance of payments position, economy, interest rates and so on. An undervalued currency will be in demand as traders and speculators believe it will rise and therefore will buy it to make a profit; enough of such buying and expectations become self-fulfilling as demand pushes the currency higher. Exporters' and importers' views on currencies would influence how they manage cashflows. An exporter would bring foreign-exchange receipts into the country if the domestic currency were considered undervalued and therefore likely to rise; an importer would delay payments in the hope that the undervalued domestic currency would rise, thereby reducing the cost of imports
plural of currency