From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheuroeu‧ro /ˈjʊərəʊ $ ˈjʊroʊ/ ●●● S2 W2 noun (plural euros) [countable] a unit of money that can be used in most countries of the European Union the value of the euro against the dollar Prices are given in pounds and euros.
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euroHowever analysts note that revenue from commission rose to 537.4m euros.This is typically between sterling, dollars and euros.Give or take a few cents, one dollar buys one euro buys 100 yen.His call reflects concern that other currencies could depreciate against the euro, leading to strains among the 15 member states.Already the euro has regained 8 % against the dollar since it hit a low in October.Ministers said today, though, there could be no question of either weakening the Maastricht conditions or delaying the euro.Only Luxembourg has met all the economic conditions for introducing the euro.Last week saw talk of intervention to underpin the euro, a sure sign that policymakers are starting to be concerned.
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EuroEuro adjective [only before noun] PGEuropean, especially relating to the European Union next month’s Euro elections
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EuroAnd the Euro Citizens Actions Service said that the proposed code could even turn out to be a step backwards.Sterling currently stands at 109.6 against the current trade-weighted index of Euro pean currencies.Can United repeat their 1999 Euro triumph?
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Euro-Euro- /ˈjʊərəʊ $ ˈjʊroʊ/ prefix [in nouns and adjectives] a) SANrelating to Europe, especially western Europe or the European Union Euro-MPs Europop b) SANEuropean and something else the Euro-Asiatic area
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From King Business DictionaryEuro-Euro- /jʊərəʊjʊroʊ/ prefix European, especially in relation to the EUROPEAN UNIONnext month’s Euro-electionsEuroEu‧ro /ˈjʊərəʊˈjʊroʊ/ (also euro) noun [countable]FINANCE the currency of many countries of the EUROPEAN UNION, the value of the Euro against the dollarOrigin euro (1900-2000) European