currency

 
currency
noun
1. (finance) 
a. la moneda (F) 
The currency of the European Union is the euro.La moneda de la Unión Europea es el euro.
b. la divisa (F) 
How does the dollar's performance compare to other currencies?¿Cómo se compara el rendimiento del dólar a otras divisas?
2. (acceptance) 
Her refusal to deny that she was running for president only gave currency to the rumor.Su negativa a denegar que buscaba la presidencia solo sirvió para extender el rumor.
The belief that children should be able to express themselves freely has gained currency lately.La creencia de que los niños deben poder expresarse libremente ha ganado adeptos últimamente.
currency
Noun
1. (finance) 
a. la moneda (F) 
to buy currencycomprar divisas
foreign currencydivisas fpl
currency marketmercado de divisas
2. (fig) 
to give currency to a rumorextender un rumor
to gain currencyextenderse
currency [ˈkʌrənsɪ]
noun
1 (monetary system, money) moneda (f)
foreign currency moneda (f) extranjera; divisas (f)
2 aceptación (f)
his theory had wide currency in America su teoría tuvo amplia aceptación en América; these things are the currency of everyday life estas cosas son el pan nuestro de cada día
the weapons that are the currency of modern warfare
to gain currency [+views, ideas] darse a conocer; difundirse; it was his writing that gave the term currency el término se dio a conocer gracias a sus escritos
modifier
currency market (n) mercado (m) monetario; mercado (m) de divisas
currency note (n) pagaré (m) fiscal; pagaré (m) de tesorería
currency restrictions (n) restricciones (f) monetarias
currency snake (n) serpiente (f) monetaria
currency unit (n) unidad (f) monetaria
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