euro

listen to the pronunciation of euro
Englisch - Türkisch
avro

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.

Bu kitap aşağı yukarı 20 avroya mâl oldu. - This book costs more or less 20 euros.

{i} avrupa'ya ait
{i} avrupa

Avrupa Birliği bayrağındaki on iki yıldız, birliğin on iki kurucu üyesini sembolize etmemektedir. O, on iki havariyi sembolize etmektedir. - The twelve stars on the flag of the European Union do not symbolize the twelve founding members of the union. They symbolize the Twelve Apostles.

Avrupalılar şarap içmeyi sever. - Europeans love to drink wine.

euro
euro info centers
(Politika, Siyaset) avrupa bilgi merkezleri
euro d
Euro D, Doğan Yayın Holding'in Avrupa'daki Türklere yönelik yayın yapan televizyon kanalıdır
euro pillow
kare yastık
euro zone
euro bölgesi
euro corporatism
(Politika, Siyaset) avrupa korporatizmi
euro dollar parity
(Ticaret) avro dolar paritesi
euro market
avrupa pazarı
Euros
(Mitoloji) Eos ile Astraeos'un oğlu. Güney-batı rüzgarı olarak bilinir
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
Alternative spelling of euro, the currency and coin introduced 1996
Macrobius robustus, a wallaroo (macropod species)
A caucasoid
The currency unit of the European Monetary Union. Symbol: €
A coin with a facial value of 1 euro
{i} European

Europeans tried to civilise the tribe. - Europeans tried to civilize the tribe.

Europeans tried to civilize the tribe. - Europeans tried to civilise the tribe.

the currency and coin
{i} unit of currency introduced in 1999 as the composite monetary unit of the members of the European Union (also called the European Currency Unit), €
The common currency shared by most of the members of the European Union (Britain, Greece, and Denmark are not participating) Introduced in January 1999, the euro will eventually replace national currencies such as the German mark, French franc, and Italian lira
the basic monetary unit of most members of the European Union (introduced in 1999); in 2002 twelve European nations (Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Austria, Finland) adopted the euro as their basic unit of money and abandoned their traditional currencies
Single European currency, divided into 100 cents, replaces the ECU in the wholesale banking markets on 1 January 1999 Notes and coins will start to circulate on 1 January 2002, operating alongside national currencies until 30 June 2002
The currency of the European Monetary Union (EMU) which replaced the European Currency Unit (ECU)
The European common currency, adopted by 12 of the 15 members of the European Union, as part of European Monetary Union (EMU) The euro comes into common circulation from the beginning of 2002
A common currency that has replaced the individual currencies of 12 European countries, including France, Italy, Ireland and Germany The UK, Denmark and Sweden are members of the European Union but are not currently participating in the single currency
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EU's single currency unit set for 1999 launch, in theory, to eventually replace all individual EU currencies
The currency of the European Union (EU) since January 1, 1999 The following countries have adopted the EURO in addition to maintaining their own unique currency: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain
Currency of the European Union
On December 31,1998, The Council of the European Union tool a key step in introducing the Euro, the continent's new common currency, when it adopted conversion rates The nations taking part in this economic and monetary union currently include Belgium, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, and Finland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and Denmark decided not to participate, while Greece did not meet the criteria for joining
The single currency of the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) introduced in January 1999 EMU members are Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain
The euro is a unit of currency that is used by the member countries of the European Union which have accepted European monetary union. Millions of words have been written about the introduction of the euro Governments and businesses will start keeping accounts in euros. European, especially relating to the European Union. euros a unit of money that can be used in most countries of the European Union. Single currency of 12 countries of the European Union (EU), including Germany, France, and Italy. The euro was adopted as a unit of exchange in January 1999. Those who advocated the currency believed it would strengthen Europe as an economic power, increase international trade, simplify monetary transactions, and lead to pricing equality throughout Europe. Euro currency notes and coins were introduced in January 2002 and became the sole national currency in all participating countries by March
The currency unit of the European Monetary Union. Symbol: €
The unit of common currency fixed by 12 of the 15 member countries of the European Union and adopted in January 2002
The official currency of the European Economic Community It’s symbol is &euro
Britain and Sweden decided not to adopt the euro immediately, and voters in Denmark rejected it
The currency of the European Monetary Union (EMU) This is the amalgamation of the following currencies, after Jan 1, 2002 these currencies will be considered legacy currencies Germany Deutsche Marks, Italy Lira, Austria Schillings, France Franc, Belgium Francs, Netherlands (Dutch) Guilders, Finland Markka, Portugal Escudo, Greece Drachmas, Ireland Punt, Luxembourg Francs, Spanish Pesetas
The European Single Currency
The name of the European currency adopted by the European Council at its meeting of 15 and 16 December 1995 and used instead of the generic term ecu employed in the EC Treaty
Monnaie unique européenne introduite le 1er janvier 1999 Union monétaire européenne
Monetary unit that became the official currency of eleven Member States of the European Union on January 1, 1999 On January 1, 2001, Greece joined the Euro zone which now includes 12 Member States
The name of the future common European currency A Council order, which is expected to come into force on 1 January 1999, will form the statutory framework for the use of the Euro The third stage of economic and monetary union will irrevocably establish the conversion rates between the currencies of the participating countries and the Euro From this point on the Euro will be an independent currency, and the official ECU basket will cease to exist One consequence of the Council order will be that the national currencies and the Euro will continue to be merely different designations for what in the economic sense is one and the same currency As of 2002 the European Central Bank is expected to issue bank notes and coins in Euros The coin of the new currency will be the cent
The unified banking currency that has become the national currency of European Union countries
An industry term that refers to a header frame that is 1 000" wide
Single currency in the EMU (ISO currency code: EUR) Until 1 January 2002 when single notes and coins are introduced, the euro will exist only as book money and national currencies will continue to be used for cash payment On 1 July 2002 at the latest, the euro will become the only legal means of payment within in the EMU
A coin of value 1 euro
The common currency to be used by European Union countries
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A single currency adopted on January 1, 1999 by 12 of the 15 EU nations, who switched to a single set of euro bills and coins on January 1, 2002 (Chapter 18)
Euro-
pertaining to Europe, especially as a political entity
Euro-member
Describing each of the 12 members of the European Currency Union who have the Euro as their national currency
Euro-sceptic
One who is sceptical of increasing the powers of the European Union
Euro-sceptic
Of or pertaining to Euro-sceptics or Euro-scepticism
Euro-sceptical
Of or pertaining to Euro-sceptics or Euro-scepticism
Euro-scepticism
scepticism of the increasing powers of the European Union
Euro-skeptic
Of or pertaining to Euro-skeptics or Euro-skepticism
Euro-skeptic
One who is skeptical of increasing the powers of the European Union
Euro-skeptical
Of or pertaining to Euro-skeptics or Euro-skepticism
Euro-skepticism
skepticism of the increasing powers of the European Union
Euro-wasp
An aggressive European wasp, Dolichovespula media
Euro Disney
amusement park owned by Walt Disney Studios and located in Europe
Euro deposit
deposit made in the European financial market
Euro-
Euro is used to form words that describe or refer to something which is connected with Europe or with the European Union. German Euro-MPs. Europe; European: Eurocommunism. a relating to Europe, especially western Europe or the European Union
Euro-zone
the group of European countries that use the euro as a standard unit of money
euros
plural of euro
euro

    Türkische aussprache

    yurō

    Aussprache

    /ˈyo͞orō/ /ˈjuːroʊ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'yur-(")O ] (noun.) 1855. The name euro was the winner of a contest open to the general public to propose names for the new European currency, and as such is technically a neologism, although it obviously alludes to the common root of geographical names for the continent Europe, derived from Latin Europa, from Ancient Greek Εὐρώπη (Eurōpē), the name in Greek mythology of a princess, abducted by Zeus as a bull across the Bosphorus.

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