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Money in English
coins and paper notes which have value, currency; medium of trade; wealth leading American financial magazine

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Money in Greek
χρήμα, χρήματα, λεφτά, παραδάκι, παράς

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Money in Chinese (s)
金钱, 财富, 一笔款

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Money in Chinese (t)
金錢, 財富, 一筆款

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Money in Arabic
عملة, مال نقود, نقود, سيولة, فلوس, الثروة المقدرة بالعملة, المجلي و المصلي, نقد المال, مجلة أمريكية مالية رائدة

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Money in Spanish
dinero, efectivo, moneda, plata "Money" revista americana muy popular que trata de tópicos financieros

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Money in Russian
деньги, богатство, денежные суммы, монетные валюты, монетные системы, выигрыш на скачках

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Money in Dutch
geld alom bekend financieel dagblad "Money"

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Money in Portuguese
dinheiro "Money", revista americana popular focalizada nos assuntos de finanças e economia

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Money in Turkish
mangır, para, nakit, tıkır [arg.] Para, önde gelen Amerikan finans dergisi

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Money in Italian
moneta, valuta; denaro, soldi, quattrini; (Econ) moneta di conto; averi, patrimonio, proprietà; (fig) molto denaro, molti soldi, ricchezza, ricchezze; (Econ) capitale nome di grande rivista americana specializzata nel settore finanziario

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Money in French
argent, fortune "money" magazine américain répandu qui traite des sujets financiers

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Money in German
Geld; Geldvermögen Money, führendes amerikanisches Finanzmagazin

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Money in Japanese
金, 金銭; 貨幣; 財産; 収入; 通貨; 紙幣; 硬貨 マニー, 米国の大手金融雑誌

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Money in Hebrew
כסף, ממון "מאני" מגאזין אמריקאי נפוץ בנושאי כספים

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Money in Korean
화폐, 돈; 거래 수단; 부, 재산 머니, 미국의 경제 잡지

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Money in Swedish
pengar, penningar

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Money in English
1. of girls, the vagina
2. of boys, the anus
3. see brother , nigga

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money
\mon"ey\ (?), n.; pl. moneys (#). [oe. moneie, of. moneie, f. monnaie, fr. l. moneta. see mint place where coin is made, mind, and cf. moidore, monetary.]
1. a piece of metal, as gold, silver, copper, etc., coined, or stamped, and issued by the sovereign authority as a medium of exchange in financial transactions between citizens and with government; also, any number of such pieces; coin. to prevent such abuses, it has been found necessary to affix a public stamp upon certain quantities of such particular metals, as were in those countries commonly made use of to purchase goods. hence the origin of coined money, and of those public offices called mints. smith.
2. any written or stamped promise, certificate, or order, as a government note, a bank note, a certificate of deposit, etc., which is payable in standard coined money and is lawfully current in lieu of it; in a comprehensive sense, any currency usually and lawfully employed in buying and selling.
note: whatever, among barbarous nations, is used as a medium of effecting exchanges of property, and in the terms of which values are reckoned, as sheep, wampum, copper rings, quills of salt or of gold dust, shovel blades, etc., is, in common language, called their money.
3. in general, wealth; property; as, he has much money in land, or in stocks; to make, or lose, money. the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. --1 tim vi. 10 (rev. ver. ).
money
bill (legislation), a bill for raising revenue.
money
broker, a broker who deals in different kinds of money; one who buys and sells bills of exchange; -- called also money changer.
money
cowrie (zo?l.), any one of several species of cypr?a (esp. c. moneta) formerly much used as money by savage tribes. see cowrie.
money
of account, a denomination of value used in keeping accounts, for which there may, or may not, be an equivalent coin; e. g., the mill is a money of account in the united states, but not a coin.
money
order, an order for the payment of money; specifically, a government order for the payment of money, issued at one post office as payable at another; -- called also postal money order.
money
scrivener, a person who produces the loan of money to others. [eng.]
money
spider,
money
spinner (zo?l.), a small spider; -- so called as being popularly supposed to indicate that the person upon whom it crawls will be fortunate in money matters.

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→ Uncointed money.-It is well known that ancient nations that were without a coinage weighed the precious metals, a practice represented on the Egyptian monuments, on which gold and silver are shown to have been kept in the form of rings. We have no evidence of the use of coined money before the return from the Babylonian captivity; but silver was used for money, in quantities determined by weight, at least as early as the time of Abraham; and its earliest mention is in the generic sense of the price paid for a slave. (Genesis 17:13) The 1000 pieces of silver paid by Abimelech to Abraham, (Genesis 20:16) and the 20 pieces of silver for which Joseph was sold to the Ishmaelites, (Genesis 37:28) were probably rings such as we see on the Egyptian monuments in the act of being weighed. In the first recorded transaction of commerce, the cave of Machpelah is purchased by Abraham for 400 shekels of silver. The shekel weight of silver was the unit of value through the whole age of Hebrew history, down to the Babylonian captivity.
→ Coined money.-After the captivity we have the earliest mention of coined money, in allusion, as might have been expected, to the Persian coinage, the gold daric (Authorized version dram). (Ezra 2:69; 8:27; Nehemiah 7:70,71,72) See: Daric No native Jewish coinage appears to have existed till Antiochus VII. Sidetes granted Simon Maccabaeus the license to coin money, B.C. 140; and it is now generally agreed that the oldest Jewish silver coins belong to this period. They are shekels and half-shekels, of the weight of 220 and 110 grains. With this silver there was associated a copper coinage. The abundant money of Herod the Great, which is of a thoroughly Greek character, and of copper only, seems to have been a continuation of the copper coinage of the Maccabees, with some adaptation to the Roman standard. In the money of the New Testament we see the native copper coinage side by side with the Graeco-Roman copper, silver and gold. (The first coined money mentioned in the Bible refers to the Persian coinage, (1 Chronicles 29:7; Ezra 2:69) and translated dram . It is the Persian daric, a gold coin worth about .50. The coins mentioned by the evangelists, and first those of silver, are the following: The stater, (Matthew 17:24-27) called piece of money, was a Roman coin equal to four drachmas. It was worth 55 to 60 cents, and is of about the same value as the Jewish stater, or coined shekel. The denarius, or Roman penny, as well as the Greek drachma, then of about the same weight, are spoken of as current coins. (Matthew 22:15-21; Luke 20:19-25) They were worth about 15 cents. Of copper coins the farthing and its half, the mite, are spoken of, and these probably formed the chief native currency. (The Roman farthing (quadrans) was a brass coin worth .375 of a cent. The Greek farthing (as or assarion) was worth four Roman farthings, i.e. about one cent and a half. A mite was half a farthing, and therefore was worth about two-tenths of a cent if the half of the Roman farthing, and about 2 cents if the half of the Greek farthing. See table of Jewish weights and measures.-ED.)
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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Currency and coin that are guaranteed as legal tender by the government.

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Any denomination of coin or paper currency of legal tender that passes freely as a medium of exchange; anything that is accepted in exchange for other things

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n. Huch
n. DeQ - monetary unit

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Money is any object or record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a given socio-economic context or country. The main functions of money are distinguished as: a medium of exchange; a unit of account; a store of value; and, occasionally in the past, a standard of deferred payment. Any kind of object or secure verifiable record that fulfills these functions can be considered money.

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"Money" and "Kill Me" are two songs by the Liverpool-based band Space, released together as a double A-side in November 1995. Their debut for Gut Records, it is also the first single to be released from their debut album Spiders (though the band consider it to be just a "test" release and prefer the next single "Female of the Species" to be their debut proper), and their second altogether. Due to this the track did not chart in the UK.

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Meaning
Money earned in a part-time job.
Origin
Originally the money that women used to supplement their clothing allowance. Origin
From the Bible. Often misquoted as 'money is the root of all evil'. Timothy 6:10. 'For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.' Meaning
Give me your money or I will kill you.
Origin
The traditional greeting given to their victims by highwaymen (robbers who preyed on travellers in english stagecoaches in 18th and 19th century). Owes more to literary imagination than to historical record.

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argentum, pecunia viaticus

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(n) See brother, nigga.

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Noun
1. the most common medium of exchange; functions as legal tender; "we tried to collect the money he owed us"
(hypernym) medium of exchange, monetary system
(hyponym) appropriation
(part-holonym) money supply
2. wealth reckoned in terms of money; "all his money is in real estate"
(hypernym) wealth
(hyponym) pile, bundle, big bucks, megabucks, big money
3. the official currency issued by a government or national bank; "he changed his money into francs"
(hypernym) currency
(hyponym) sterling


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To dream of finding money, denotes small worries, but much happiness. Changes will follow.

To pay out money, denotes misfortune.

To receive gold, great prosperity and unalloyed pleasures.

To lose money, you will experience unhappy hours in the home and affairs will appear gloomy.

To count your money and find a deficit, you will be worried in making payments.

To dream that you steal money, denotes that you are in danger and should guard your actions.

To save money, augurs wealth and comfort.

To dream that you swallow money, portends that you are likely to become mercenary.

To look upon a quantity of money, denotes that prosperity and happiness are within your reach.

To dream you find a roll of currency, and a young woman claims it, foretells you will lose in some enterprise by the interference of some female friend. The dreamer will find that he is spending his money unwisely and is living beyond his means. It is a dream of caution.

Beware lest the innocent fancies of your brain make a place for your money before payday.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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airgead m. (also silver)

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Money, (n.)

A blessing that is of no advantage to us excepting when we part with it. An evidence of culture and a passport to polite society. Supportable property.
  

Copyright: The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce, 1911 (About) Dictionary source: The Devil's Dictionary
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Arian = n. silver; money Ariana = v. to gave money Ariandal = n. payment in money Arianigar = a. loving money; covetous Ariant = n. silver; money Ceinioca = v. to collect money, as by brief; to gather pence Erno = v. to give earnest money Gwaddol = n. a portion; money Mwnai = n. money, coin Rhagarian = n. earnest money

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caravan, iron, King's pictures, lowre, plate, poney, rag, ready, rhino, ribbin, wedge

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The thumb rubs over the index and middle fingers of the upturned hand, as if fingering money.

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money; covetousness
  

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Fear of money
Also known as Chrematophobia Fear of Swiss banks Fear of wealth

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(n) See brother, nigga.

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An asset accepted by general consent as a medium of exchange. It may take, for example, the form of coins or banknotes or units stored on a prepaid electronic chip-card. Short-term deposits with credit institutions also serve the purposes of money. In economic theory, money performs three different functions: (1) a unit of account; (2) a means of payment; and (3) a store of value. A central bank bears the responsibility for the optimum performance of these functions and does so by ensuring that price stability is maintained.

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(v. t.)
To supply with money.
   (n.)
In general, wealth; property; as, he has much money in land, or in stocks; to make, or lose, money.
   (n.)
Any written or stamped promise, certificate, or order, as a government note, a bank note, a certificate of deposit, etc., which is payable in standard coined money and is lawfully current in lieu of it; in a comprehensive sense, any currency usually and lawfully employed in buying and selling.
   (n.)
A piece of metal, as gold, silver, copper, etc., coined, or stamped, and issued by the sovereign authority as a medium of exchange in financial transactions between citizens and with government; also, any number of such pieces; coin.
  

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Gold wizard coin that equals 17 Sickles. Little bronze coins, wizard currency; 29 Knutes to a Sickle. Silver coins, wizard currency; 17 Sickles to a Galleon.

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The heart (money circulates in the economy and therefore symbolises the circulatory system).

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donku

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Monday 1. money made by dubious or dishonest means; 2. counterfeit money bribe to keep silent about something pocket, wallet and its contents credit or ATM card, or such cards collectively very rich language of prices of good sold in a soup-marked, or self service grocery. The following are typical examples: fawn ten; fawn tum sipenee; nime-pen soff; sick snite; tairmpen soff; tumce, etc. (These terms are of particular interest to the historian, as they will disappear with the introduction of dismal guernsey, after which time all prices will be expressed in dolls and sense)

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{talk about the money economy} Portugal--
- Portugal--
- Barbuda--a coin with the denomination of three dinheiros struck by Fernando I of Portugal between 1367 - 1383.
- Bohemia--
- Bemish--A coin minted in Prague and worth approximately ½ of one English penny.
- France--
- Blanc--A small silver coin used during the 14th century
- Cadiere--billion coin struck by Charles VI of France
- Flanders and Brabant--
- Botdragers--silver coins, the name coming from the helmeted lion on one side, also called the ‘potcarrier’.
- Bryman--billon coinage equivilent to a double gros.

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Of uncoined money the first notice we have is in the history of Abraham (Gen. 13:2; 20:16; 24:35). Next, this word is used in connection with the purchase of the cave of Machpelah (23:16), and again in connection with Jacob's purchase of a field at Shalem (Gen. 33:18, 19) for "an hundred pieces of money"=an hundred Hebrew kesitahs (q.v.), i.e., probably pieces of money, as is supposed, bearing the figure of a lamb. The history of Joseph affords evidence of the constant use of money, silver of a fixed weight. This appears also in all the subsequent history of the Jewish people, in all their internal as well as foreign transactions. There were in common use in trade silver pieces of a definite weight, shekels, half-shekels, and quarter-shekels. But these were not properly coins, which are pieces of metal authoritatively issued, and bearing a stamp. Of the use of coined money we have no early notice among the Hebrews. The first mentioned is of Persian coinage, the daric (Ezra 2:69; Neh. 7:70) and the 'adarkon (Ezra 8:27). The daric (q.v.) was a gold piece current in Palestine in the time of Cyrus. As long as the Jews, after the Exile, lived under Persian rule, they used Persian coins. These gave place to Greek coins when Palestine came under the dominion of the Greeks (B.C. 331), the coins consisting of gold, silver, and copper pieces. The usual gold pieces were staters (q.v.), and the silver coins tetradrachms and drachms. In the year B.C. 140, Antiochus VII. gave permission to Simon the Maccabee to coin Jewish money. Shekels (q.v.) were then coined bearing the figure of the almond rod and the pot of manna. Money-changer (Matt. 21:12; Mark 11:15; John 2:15). Every Israelite from twenty years and upwards had to pay (Ex. 30:13-15) into the sacred treasury half a shekel every year as an offering to Jehovah, and that in the exact Hebrew half-shekel piece. There was a class of men, who frequented the temple courts, who exchanged at a certain premium foreign moneys for these half-shekels to the Jews who came up to Jerusalem from all parts of the world. (See PASSOVER.) When our Lord drove the traffickers out of the temple, these money-changers fared worst. Their tables were overturned and they themselves were expelled.

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Any generally accepted medium of exchange -- that is, anything which is generally acceptable in a particular society as a means of payment or of settling debts arising out of exchanges on credit. Put slightly differently, money is a very special sort of good for which a very large proportion of the demand (at the extreme, all of the demand) is derived from people's (realistic) expectations that it can be quickly and easily re-exchanged for some other more immediately desired good or service (rather than the demand arising from a desire to personally consume the money-good itself).
The earliest forms of money arose spontaneously in barter economies when experienced traders identified certain commodities that were so widely desired for actual use in the society that they could reasonably count on their acceptability as payment in almost any trade. Monetary demand for such commodities was further enhanced if they also had other physical properties making them especially convenient to use for trade -- such as durability, portability, ease of storage, uniformity of quality, easy divisibility, and so on. That is, demand for these goods derived from their desireability as a medium of exchange was gradually "added on" to the pre-existing demand for them as objects of direct utility. Historical monetary systems have flourished on the basis not only of useful metals such as gold, silver, copper, bronze and iron but also on the basis of salt, tobacco, cattle and other livestock, furs and other animal hides, grain, gourds, beads, sea shells, feathers, and even transferable titles to particular coconut trees.
In present day industrialized economies, money normally consists mostly of abstract claims on government or on heavily government-regulated banks ("fiat money") -- claims such as token coins and paper currency or central bank notes or even magnetic tape entries representing one's checking account balance at a government insured bank that theoretically entitles one to withdraw cash on demand. Historically such government sponsored currency usually originated as "IOU's" in which the government (or its central bank) promised to redeem the tokens on demand (perhaps only after some future deadline) with "real money" -- i.e., fixed quantities of gold, silver or what have you. However, government promises of redemption have by the 20th century largely been withdrawn or downwardly adjusted, and these tokens have very little (or no) intrinsic or use value. Nevertheless, in relatively "stable" countries (like the United States, Great Britain, Switzerland, Japan or Germany) fiat currencies remain generally acceptable as a means of payment because people think that they "know for sure" the currency can be used to satisfy their tax bills, because legal tender laws usually require private creditors to accept them to discharge contractual debts, and because people generally have come to believe through favorable past experience that the official government money will continue to be widely acceptable in exchange for an at least moderately predictable quantity of goods and services in the private markets in the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, the confidence with which people hold their expectations about the future value of any given variety of fiat money is extremely fragile. More...

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The legal tender of the U.S. or of any foreign country, or any counterfeit thereof. 18 USC

Gold, silver, and some other less precious metals, in the progress of civilization and commerce, have become the common standards of value; in order to avoid the delay and inconvenience of regulating their weight and quality whenever passed, the governments of the civilized world have caused them to be manufactured in certain portions, and marked with a Stamp which attests their value; this is called money.

For many purposes, bank notes, a check, and negotiable notes will be so considered. To support a count for money had and received, the receipt by the defendant of bank notes, promissory notes, credit in account, in the books of a third person, or any chattel, is sufficient and will be treated as money.

The Constitution of the United States has vested in congress the power "to coin money, and regulate the value thereof." Art. I, s. 8.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Money in Greek
λεφτά, χρήματα

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(Lex**) χρήματα

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Ουσ. κορυφαίο αμερικάνικο οικονομικό περιοδικό Ουσ. χρήματα, λεφτά, νομίσματα,//
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Many years ago there lived an emperor who loved beautiful new clothes so much that he spent all his money on being finely dressed

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λεφτά

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Money in Esperanto
n. mono

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mono

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Money in Afrikaans
geld

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Money in Chinese (s)
monge cone 蒙日锥

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[E] money (n) [P] dinheiro (m) [C] 货币

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Money in Luxembourgish
nn - Geld (pl. Gelder); Suen

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Money in Interlingua
moneta, pecunia moneta false cambiator prestator de moneta, usurero mandato postal curte de moneta papiro moneta moneta de tasca moneta de tasca moneta contante

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Money in Arabic

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عملة ، نقد، مال الثروة مقدرة بالعملة المجلى و المصلى و الذى يجئ ثالثا فى سباق للخيل او الكلاب = جائزة من جوائز السباق اثرياء او شركات عظيمة الثراء

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اسْم : عُملة . نقد
عُرْبون الصّرَّاف . الصَّيْرَفيّ حوالة بريديّة مصروف الجيب

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صناديق السوق النقدي المبالغ المحتجزة أموال محولة

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ألاسم

عُمْلَة ; مال ; نَقْد ; نُقُود


ethar1@yahoo.com

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Money in Visayan
kuarta;kuwarta;kwarta;pera(Noun) pundo(Noun) salapi

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Money in Czech
peněz, peníze

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Money in Indonesian
uang
my child #13

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duit, doku, uang

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duit
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Money in Spanish
fondos; dinero

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s.- pecunia | dinero | moneda | efecivo | plata | oro | metálico | capital | suma | fondoadj.- monetario | pecuniario

Dictionary source: English_Spanish by Jaime Aguirre
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dinero, efectivo, guita, parné, metal, moneda, monís, plata, pasta, busilis dinero donado para tranquilizar la conciencia
premio por despacho adelantado prima por trabajo insalubre política de dinero fácil dinero pagado por adelantado dinero falso; dinero de procedencia dudosa, dinero negro; dinero de mentira taquilla, recaudación dinero caliente o especulativo; to be in the hot seat: estar en la posición de toma de decisiones ahorros para gastos menudos, ahorros para gastos inesperados; dinero que lleva una mujer para pagar su cuenta en caso de que una cita marche mal
(Lunaria annua) planta de la plata, lunaria Oferta Monetaria. Es la cantidad de dinero existente en una economía. Existen varios indicadores para medirla. siendo el M1 el más sencillo. Este está constituido por el efectivo en manos del público y los depósitos a la vista avariento, avaro, codicioso fuente de ganancias dinero para gastos menores asignación, dinero para pequeños gastos personales nada en posibles, estar forrado contribuciones indirectas (contribuciones indirectas, no al candidato en sí, sino a los comités de apoyo al mismo. malgastar

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(n.) = dinero.
Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS can then tell which borrowers owe the library money.
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* a fool and his money are soon parted = un tonto y su dinero no están juntos mucho tiempo.
* a huge amount of money = un montón de dinero, un montonazo de dinero, un dineral.
* be a money-maker = ser rentable.
* be (hard) pressed for + money = andar (muy) escaso de dinero, andar (muy) apurado de dinero, andar (muy) corto de dinero, andar (muy) falto de dinero.
* be (hard) pushed for + money = andar (muy) escaso de dinero, andar (muy) apurado de dinero, andar (muy) corto de dinero, andar (muy) falto de dinero.
* be loaded with money = tener dinero para dar y regalar, estar podrido de dinero, tener dinero para empapelar, tener dinero a punta pala.
* be made of money = tener dinero para dar y regalar, estar podrido de dinero, tener dinero para empapelar, tener dinero a punta pala.
* be money and effort down the drain = tirar dinero y esfuerzo por la borda, ser una pérdida de dinero, tirar el dinero por la ventana.
* be money down the drain = ser una pérdida de dinero, tirar el dinero por la ventana.
* be rolling in money = tener dinero para dar y regalar, estar podrido de dinero, tener dinero para empapelar, tener dinero a punta pala.
* best value for money, the = mejor oferta, la; mejor relación calidad-precio, la.
* big money = mucho dinero, dinero a espuertas.
* black money = dinero negro.
* blow + Posesivo + money on = despilfarrar el dinero en, malgastar el dinero en.
* borrow + money = pedir dinero prestado.
* claim + money = reclamar dinero.
* collect + money = recaudar dinero.
* come up with + the money = conseguir el dinero, reunir el dinero, encontrar el dinero.
* commit + money = comprometer dinero, invertir dinero.
* conscience money = dinero para acallar la conciencia, dinero para acallar la consciencia.
* cost + a heap of money = costar un montón de dinero, costar un montonazo de dinero.
* cost + money = costar dinero.
* cough up + money = soltar la guita, soltar la pasta, aflojar la guita, apoquinar.
* count + money = contar dinero.
* cult of money = culto al dinero.
* dedicate + money = dedicar dinero.
* dirty money = dinero sucio.
* disburse + monies = desembolsar dinero.
* donate + Posesivo + money = donar dinero, dar dinero.
* earnest money = aval, garantía, fianza, depósito, señal.
* earn + good money = hacer mucho dinero, ganar mucho dinero, ganar bastante dinero, ganar un buen sueldo.
* earn + money = ganar dinero.
* easy money = dinero fácil.
* electric money = moneda electrónica, monedero electrónico.
* electronic money = dinero electrónico.
* expenditure of money = gasto de dinero.
* extort + money = extorsionar dinero.
* fork out + lots of money = gastarse un dineral, pagar un dineral, desembolsar un dineral.
* fork out + money = pagar dinero, desembolsar dinero, apoquinar dinero.
* fork over + money = pagar dinero, desembolsar dinero, apoquinar dinero.
* get + more for + Posesivo + money = aprovechar mejor el dinero, sacar más partido, sacar mejor partido.
* get + Posesivo + money's worth out of = obtener provecho.
* get + Posesivo + money back = recuperar el dinero, obtener un reembolso.
* get + the most for + Posesivo + money = sacar el mayor partido al dinero de uno.
* give + Nombre + a (real) run for + Posesivo + money = hacer que Alguien se lo gane a pulso, hacer que Alguien las pase canutas, hacer que Alguien sude tinta, hacer que alguien las pase negras.
* give + Nombre + something for + Posesivo + money = beneficiar.
* grant money = beca, subvención, ayuda económica.
* grey money [gray money] = dinero negro.
* handsome sum of money, a = sabrosa suma de dinero, una.
* hard-earned money = dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente, dinero que tanto ha costado ganar, dinero ganado con esfuerzo.
* have + money to burn = tener dinero para dar y regalar, estar podrido de dinero, tener dinero para empapelar, tener dinero a punta pala.
* have + more money than sense = tener más dinero que sentido común.
* heap up + money = acumular dinero, amasar una fortuna.
* hefty sum of money = buena suma de dinero, buen tocho de dinero.
* hush money = dinero de soborno.
* injection of money = inyección de dinero.
* international money order = giro postal internacional.
* invest + money = invertir dinero, invertir fondos.
* launder + dirty money = blanquear dinero sucio.
* launder + money = blanquear dinero.
* lavish + money = no escatimar dinero.
* make + easy money = hacer dinero fácil, ganar dinero fácil.
* make + good money = hacer mucho dinero, ganar mucho dinero, ganar bastante dinero, ganar un buen sueldo.
* make + money = hacer dinero, ganar dinero.
* marry into + money = casarse con alguien rico, casarse con alguien de dinero, dar el braguetazo.
* marry + money = casarse por dinero, casarse con alguien rico, casarse con alguien de dinero.
* marry + Nombre + for money = casarse con Alguien por el dinero.
* money back guarantee = garantía de devolución del dinero.
* money back offer = garantía de devolución del dinero.
* money belt = riñonera.
* money + change hands = haber una transacción económica de por medio, haber dinero de por medio.
* money collector = cobrador.
* money-conscious = cuidadoso con el dinero.
* money doesn't grow on trees = el dinero no crece en los árboles.
* money + dry up = dinero + agotarse, dinero + acabarse, dinero + terminarse.
* money economy = economía monetaria.
* money for jam = dinero regalado.
* money for old rope = dinero regalado.
* money goes where money is = el dinero llama (al) dinero.
* money + go towards = dinero + dedicarse a, dinero + ser para.
* money grabber = avaricioso, pesetero.
* money is power = el dinero todo lo puede, el dinero es poder, poderoso caballero es Don Dinero.
* money is powerful = el dinero todo lo puede, el dinero es poder, poderoso caballero es Don Dinero.
* money is the root of all evil = el dinero es la fuente de todos los males, el dinero es el origen de todos los males.
* money launderer = blanqueador de dinero.
* money laundering = blanqueo de dinero.
* moneylender = prestamista, prestamista.
* money-maker = fuente de ganancias, negocio muy rentable, negocio muy lucrativo, gallina de los huevos de oro, persona que gana mucho dinero.
* money makes the world go (a)round = el dinero mueve al mundo, el dinero habla por sí solo, el dinero todo lo puede, el dinero es poder, poderoso caballero es Don Dinero.
* money-making = lucrativo, rentable, para hacer dinero.
* money matters = asuntos económicos, cuestiones económicas, asuntos financieros, cuestiones financieras, asuntos monetarios, cuestiones monetarias.
* money order = giro postal.
* money pouch = riñonera.
* pump + money into the economy = inyectar dinero en la economía.
* money saver = estrategia que ahorra dinero.
* money-saving = económico, destinado a ahorrar dinero.
* money spinner = fuente de ganancias, negocio muy rentable, negocio muy lucrativo, gallina de los huevos de oro.
* money talks and bullshit walks = el dinero habla por sí solo y lo demás son tonterías, poderoso caballero es Don Dinero, el dinero es poder.
* money talks (for itself) = el dinero habla por sí solo, el dinero todo lo puede, el dinero es poder, poderoso caballero es Don Dinero.
* money transfer = transferencia de dinero.
* money waster = desperdicio de dinero.
* not for all the money in the world = ni por todo el dinero del mundo, ni por todo el oro del mundo, ni a tiros, por nada en el mundo.
* not for love (n)or money = ni por todo el dinero del mundo, ni por todo el oro del mundo, ni a tiros, por nada en el mundo.
* paper money = papel moneda, billetes de banco.
* pay + (good) money = pagar dinero, dar dinero.
* pay + money in = ingresar dinero.
* pin money = dinero para caprichos.
* pocket money = dinero de bolsillo, dinero para gastos (personales).
* prize money = dinero del premio, premio en metálico.
* provide + (good) value for money = no rendir lo suficiente.
* public money = dinero público, erario público.
* public tax money = dinero público.
* pump + money into = inyectar dinero en.
* pump + the money back into = reinvertir el dinero en, reinyectar el dinero en.
* pursue + money = recabar fondos.
* put + Posesivo + money where + Posesivo + mouth is = predicar con el ejemplo.
* raise + money = recaudar dinero, reunir dinero.
* ransom money = dinero del rescate.
* run out of + money = quedarse sin dinero.
* satisfaction guaranteed or your money back = si no queda satisfecho, le devolvemos el dinero;.
* save + a ton of money = ahorrar un montón de dinero.
* save + money = ahorrar dinero.
* savings in money = ahorro de dinero.
* seeding money = capital iniciador, dinero para gastos iniciales.
* seed money = capital iniciador, dinero para gastos iniciales.
* shell out + money = repartir dinero dadivosamente, desembolsar dinero, soltar la pasta, aflojar la guita, apoquinar dinero.
* short of money = escaso de dinero, falto de dinero, apurado de dinero, corto de dinero.
* soft money = dinero voluble.
* spend + a ton of money = gastarse una millonada, gastarse un montón de dinero, gastarse un dineral.
* spending money = dinero de bolsillo, dinero para gastos (personales).
* spend + money = gastar dinero.
* spend + Posesivo + money wisely = utilizar el dinero sabiamente, gastar el dinero con prudencia, gastar con prudencia.
* splash + Posesivo + money (around/about) = despilfarrar + Posesivo + dinero, derrochar + Posesivo + dinero.
* squander + Posesivo + money = derrochar + Posesivo + fortuna, despilfarrar + Posesivo + fortuna, derrochar + Posesivo + dinero, despilfarrar + Posesivo + dinero.
* sum of money = suma de dinero.
* symbolic sum of money = suma simbólica de dinero.
* take + money = costar dinero.
* talk + big money = hablar de mucho dinero.
* tax money (tax monies) = dinero procedente de los impuestos.
* taxpayers' money = dinero de los contribuyentes.
* throw (a)round + money = desperdiciar dinero, derrochar dinero, malgastar dinero.
* throw + good money after bad = seguir malgastando el dinero, seguir tirando el dinero.
* throw + Posesivo + money down the drain = tirar el dinero por la ventana, tirar el dinero, ser una pérdida de dinero.
* time is money = el tiempo es oro.
* transfer + money = transferir dinero.
* value for money = uso óptimo de los recursos, buena relación calidad-precio, rentabilidad.
* vast sums of money = grandes sumas de dinero.
* waste + money = desperdiciar dinero, derrochar dinero, malgastar dinero.
* waste of money = derroche de dinero.
* where there's muck there's money = los trabajos que nadie quieren dan dinero, los trabajos sucios dan dinero.
* windfall moneys = dinero inesperado, ingresos indesperados.
* wrestle + money from = sacarle dinero a Alguien.
(n.) = cantidades, fondos, dinero, subvenciones, ayudas.
Ex: Accurate records must be kept of all monies received and disbursed and normally the cash is balanced at weekly intervals.
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* add + monies to + budget = aumentar el presupuesto.
* cut + monies from + budget = reducir el presupuesto.
* tax money (tax monies) = dinero procedente de los impuestos.


Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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pecunia, dinero

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Money in Russian
[n.]
1)
[тк. sing]деньги
paper (soft) ~ бумажные деньги
ready ~ наличные (деньги)
counterfeit (bad) ~ фальшивые деньги
hard ~ [амер.] звонкая монета
a piece of ~ монета
~ of account расчётная денежная единица
to make ~
_.а) зарабатывать деньги
_.б) разбогатеть, составить состояние
to coin ~ быстро богатеть, быстро наживаться
to be in the ~
_.а) быть в выигрыше
_.б) быть богатым, иметь деньги, преуспевать
to be worth ~
_.а) стоить больших денег
to come into ~ получить богатое наследство
to put ~ into smth. вложить капитал во что-л.
to put ~ on smth., smb. поставить деньги (сделать ставку) на что-л., на кого-л.
to get one's ~'s worth получить сполна за свои деньги
не прогадать
it is a bargain for the ~ это дёшево (выгодно)
это хорошая (выгодная) сделка
there is ~ in it это — выгодное дело
2) (pl. moneys) [обыкн. pl]монетная система валюты
3) (pl. [тж.] monies) [pl.] [юр., уст.] денежные суммы
public ~s общественные деньги (фонды)
~ list выплатная ведомость
for one's ~ по чьему-л. мнению, на чей-л. взгляд (вкус)
not everybody's (every man's) ~ не каждому подойдёт
не каждый сочтёт (это) нужным (полезным)
for love or ~ любой ценой
to throw good ~ after bad
_.а) тратить деньги впустую
_.б) упорствовать в безнадёжном деле
time is ~ время — деньги
~ makes (begets) ~ деньги к деньгам
~ makes the mare (to) go {сочетание} за деньги и кляча поскачет

Dictionary source: English-Russian Dictionary (Morteza)
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(n) денежные средства; деньги (a) денежный

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Деньги не пахнут
Деньги - хороший слуга, но плохой хозяин; ср.: Не в деньгах счастье
Деньги, потраченные для развития ума, никогда не потрачены зря.
Деньги, потраченные для развития ума, никогда не бывают потрачены зря.
Деньги - дело наживное
Само по себе ничего не делается; Без труда не вытащишь и рыбку из пруда; Любишь кататься - люби и саночки возить За погляд денег не берут; Посмотреть на (что-л., кого-л.) ничего не стоит; ср.: Даже кошка может смотреть на королеву
Ни за какие деньги; Ни за что на свете
Плати за свои слова; «Отвечай за базар»; Или подкрепляй слова делом (деньгами), или заткнись
Время - деньги Только дурак верит на слово
сумма денег; количество денег
куча денег
Например:
He has bags of money. —
У него полно денег.
быть богатым, состоятельным, зажиточным; быть при деньгах
(досл.: сдуть деньги)
пустить деньги на ветер
Например:
I blew my salary on a new hi-fi. - Я спустил всю зарплату на аппаратуру.
в целях недопущения всех форм отмывания денежных средств
Ни за какие деньги; Ни за что на свете
из-за денег
в денежном выражении
1. быть богатым, состоятельным, зажиточным; быть при деньгах; 2. опцион, цена исполнения которого наиболее выгодна покупателю
деньги, предоставляемые работнику для восстановления здоровья; дополнительная выплата на оздоровление
«делать деньги», получать доход
женить(ся), выйти (выдать) замуж по расчёту
верные деньги; легкая нажива
(досл.: «деньги за старую веревку»)
деньги, заработанные без особых усилий
Например:
Many people think top-models get money for old rope. -
Многие полагают, модели зарабатывают деньги без особых усилий.

банковское распоряжение; вексель
денег куры не клюют
телеграфный перевод; перевод денег телеграфом
абсолютно правильный, точный; в точку
играть на деньги
вложить какую-то сумму денег в дело
деньги, предоставляемые работнику для восстановления здоровья; дополнительная выплата на оздоровление
деньги, предоставляемые работнику для восстановления здоровья; дополнительная выплата на оздоровление
ухлопать, невыгодно поместить деньги
выбрасывать, пускать деньги на ветер; швыряться деньгами; давать деньгам утекать, как вода
тратить деньги на…
транжирить деньги, сорить деньгами; выбрасывать, пускать деньги на ветер; швыряться деньгами; давать деньгам утекать, как вода; ухлопать, невыгодно поместить деньги


Dictionary source: Idioms (English to Russian)
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отмывание денежных средств 1. накопитель; стяжатель; 2. выгодное, прибыльное дело

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богатство, деньги, выигрыш

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деньги

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n. sg. only 1. деньги; - make money - in the money 2. pl. (moneys) монетные системы, валюты 3. pl. (monies) юр. денежные суммы 4. выигрыш (на скачках); his horse took first money - его лошадь пришла первой; money makes the mare (to) go - посл. с деньгами многое можно сделать; money makes money - посл. деньги к деньгам

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Money in Papiamento
plaka, sèn

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Money in Dutch
poen, geld

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Money in Portuguese
dinheiro, moeda, meios de transação, notas de dinheiro, moeda corrente
Livros de IK competição renhida, prazer derivado de uma atividade
Livros de IK competir de igual para igual
Livros de IK centro financeiro
Livros de IK mercado financeiro
Livros de IK ordem de pagamento
Livros de IK corretor de câmbio
Livros de IK exato, preciso
GUIA DO RIO uma opção sem valor intrínseco porque o preço de mercado está abaixo do preço de exercício, no caso de opção de compra, ou acima do preço de exercício, no caso de uma opção de venda
GUIA DO RIO papel-moeda
GUIA DO RIO depositar dinheiro
GUIA DO RIO do próprio bolso
Sopa no Mel

Dictionary source: Ivo Korytowski's English-Portuguese Translator's Dictionary
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dinheiro

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dinheiro

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[direitos comerciais] dinheiro

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Money in Norwegian
penger

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Money in Turkish
para

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para; servet

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i. para.

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para

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i. para.

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para

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Money in Thai
nu. มั้นนิ (บังคับ)
1. เงิน : Do you know any easy ways of making money?.= คุณรู้วิธีง่ายๆ ที่จะหาเงินใช้ไหม ; The monetary unit in Thailand is the bath.= มาตราหน่วยเงินในประเทศไทยคือ บาท

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(มัน'นี) n. เงิน,ตัวเงิน,เงินตรา,ธนบัตร,สิ่งที่ใช้เป็นสื่อของการแลกเปลี่ยนทรัพย์สิน,ทรัพย์สิน คำศัพท์ย่อย: moneys,monies n.,pl. ค่าปรับเป็นเงิน,ผลกำไรเป็นเงิน pl. moneys,monies

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เงินตรา

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Money in Vietnamese

['mʌni]

◊ danh từ

▪ tiền, tiền tệ

◦ paper money : tiền giấy

▪ tiền, tiền bạc

◦ to make money : kiếm tiền

◦ to pay money down : trả tiền mặt

▪ (số nhiều) những món tiền

▪ (số nhiều) (thông tục) tiền của, của cải, tài sản

◦ in the money : (từ lóng) giàu nứt đố đổ vách; chiếm giải (nhất, nhì, ba) (ngựa đua...)

▫ to coin money

▪ (xem) coin

▫ for my money

▪ (thông tục) theo ý tôi; theo sở thích của tôi

▫ to marry money

▪ lấy chồng giàu; lấy vợ giàu

▫ money makes the mare [to] go

▪ có tiền mua tiên cũng được

▫ money for jam (for old rope)

▪ (từ lóng) làm chơi ăn thật


◊ (toán kinh tế) tiền, tổng số tiền

◊ hard m. (toán kinh tế) tiền vay



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Money in Italian
compenso celerità imbarco caparra prezzo del passaggio

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Per nessuna ragione, mai prov. I soldi non crescono sugli alberi prov. I soldi fanno i soldi

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denaro, soldi, quattrini

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Money in Romanian
moneda;numerar;bani

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1. (fara pl.) bani
2. sume de bani

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(ec) seif; casă de bani
   (ec) casierie
   (ec) ordin de plată; mandat poştal
   (poligr) bancnote
   (ec) reţinere de garanţie
  

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bani; avere

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moneda, numerar, bani; suma de bani

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Money in Catalan
s ANTROPOL diner

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s COMPT diner

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s COMPT diner

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Money in Polish
pieniądze pl Do you have any money on you? I spent all my money on the house. They might not accept English money. to make money (person ) zarabiać (zarobić perf ) He made good money when he worked. (business ) przynosić (przynieść perf ) zysk After three years, the agency was finally making money. danger money (BRIT ) dodatek za pracę w szkodliwych warunkach You should be paid danger money to do a job like that. I've got no money left nie mam już pieniędzy

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Bogaci są w posiadaniu swoich pieniędzy.
Sim. The rich are rather possessed by their money than possessors.
Irish

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pieniądze

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pieniądze

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Money in French
money ['mHnN] n
(a)(no pl) argent m;
to coin or mint money, frapper de la monnaie;
Econ bank money, monnaie de banque;
paper money, billets mpl (de banque), papier-monnaie m;
(b)(pl moneys, occ monies) (coin) pièce f de monnaie; (currency) monnaie f (particulière); Arch & Jur moneys, monies, (sums) argent m, fonds mpl, sommes fpl (d'argent);
public moneys, deniers publics.

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monnaie

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Money in Bulgarian
състояние; пари; пара; паричен; богатство; капитал;

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['m^ni] n (pl monies ['m^niz]) 1. пари; to be good/bad ~ пред

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['mлni] n (pl monies ['mлniz]) 1. пари; to be good/bad ~ представлявам добро/недобро капиталовложение; to make ~ печеля пари, правя състояние; to coin/mint ~ печеля луди пари; to come into ~ наследявам пари; to marry ~ женя се за богат човек; to be in the ~ sl. 1) печеля парични награди; 2) богат съм; to get o.'s ~ 's worth купувам нещо, което си струва парите; изкарвам си парите; there is (no) ~ in it от това(не) могат да се изкарат/спечелят пари; 2. монета, пара; piece of ~ монета; З. pl юр., ост. средства, суми; 4. attr паричен; финансов; the one for my ~ този, който предпочитам; for my ~ ам. по мое мнение, според мен; ~ makes/begets/draws ~ посл. пари при пари отиват; ~ makes the mare go с пари всичко се постига.

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Money in Croatian
novčani

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novac , novci , moneta

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novci

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Money in German
Geld

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Money in Danish
penge

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Money in Persian
پول‌، اسكناس‌، سكه‌، مسكوك‌، ثروت‌

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پول، مسكوك، اسكناس، ثروت، سكه

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پول ،اسکناس ،سکه ،مسکوک ،ثروت
قانون ـ فقه : پول
بازرگانى : پول
ورزش : جايزه نقدى
 کلمات مرتبط(192)  کلمات مرتبط(money):



بازگشت به واژه money


a mam of money 
 a mint of money 
a pocket of money 
 a purseful of money 
bad (or base)money 
 bad money 
bat-money 
 beer-money 
blood money 
 blood money of an unborn child 
blood-money 
 broken money 
caution money 
 cheap money 
circulation of money 
 classical theory of money 
coiner of base money 
 commodity money 
conduct-money 
 convertible money 
cost of time and money 
 creation of money 
credit money 
 dealing for money 
deficient in money 
 demand for money 
despatch money 
 dispatch money 
door-money 
 earnest money 
earnest-money 
 easy money 
easy money policy 
 even money 
f. money 
 fiat money 
folding money 
 for the sake of money 
free with ones money 
 full bodied money 

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بازگشت به کلمات قبلي....



بازگشت به واژه money


short of money 
 smart money 
smart-money 
 soft money 
sound money 
 speculative demand for money 
spending money 
 stream of money 
supply of money 
 table money 
tight money 
 time money 
to change money 
 to make (or raise)money 
 to place money in the bank 
to put money on a horse 
 to put out money to interest 
to stake money on something 
 to stink of money 
to take eggs for money 
 token money 
transaction demand for money 
 trust money 
value for money 
 value of money 
veil of money 
 velocity of money 
velocity of money circulation 
 volume of money 
we are want of money 
 wildcat money 


بازگشت به کلمات قبلي....



بازگشت به واژه money


money-lender 
money-market 
 money-off offer 
money-worth 
 mortgage money 
national money income 
 near money 
neutrality of money 
oceans of money 
 odd money 
paper money 
passage money 
 penury of money 
pin money 
 pocket money 
possession money 
 precautionary demand for money 
prize money 
 promotion money 
purchase money 
 purchasing power of money 
quantity of money 
 quantity theory of money 
quantity theory of money and prices 
 quasi money 
raise money 
 rate of money wage 
ready money 
 real money supply 
requistion for money 
 retention money 
risk money 
 role of money 
salvage money 
 scant of money 
screw money out of a person 
 secret service money 

ادامه واژه‌هاي مرتبط(34)


بازگشت به کلمات قبلي....



بازگشت به واژه money



money and banking 
money back 
 money bag 
money box 
 money capital 
money changer 
 money creation 
money demand 
 money exchange 
money flow 
 money for 2 months 
money for expenditure 
 money functions 
money grubber 
 money illusion 
money in advance 
 money in circulation 
money income 
 money lender 
money list 
 money loaned without interest 
money maker 
 money making 
money market 
 money matters 
money multiplier 
 money of account 
money of small d. 
 money on d. 
money on deposit 
 money order 
money player 
 money pot 
money rate of interest 
 money refund offer 
money spinner 
 money stock 
money supply 
 money wage 
money worth 
 money-box 
money-changer 

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بازگشت به کلمات قبلي....



بازگشت به واژه money



functions of money 
hardly earned money 
 he brought more money 
he coins money 
 he has a rage for money 
he is f. of money 
 he is pressed for money 
he made a p or post of money 
 he made his money f. 
he pays his own money 
 head money 
head-money 
 height money 
high money 
 high powerd money 
his money is more than can 
 his money was p spent 
hot money 
 hot-money 
hush money 
 hush-money 
i am pushed for money 
 i have no money about me 
i lent him what money i had 
 i owe some money to you 
idle money 
 income velocity of money 
injection of money 
 irredeemable paper money 
it is a question of money 
 key-money 
 lap money 
lavish of money 
 luck money 
managed money 
 marginal utility of money 
minted money 

ادامه واژه‌هاي مرتبط(115)



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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پول‌ ، اسكناس‌ ، سكه‌ ، مسكوك‌ ، ثروت‌ پول‌بد ،پول‌ ناسره‌،سكه‌قلب‌،پول‌ قلب‌ فوق‌ العاده‌ افسران‌ بابت‌ حمل‌ ونقل‌ بنه‌ سفر پول‌ ابجو،پول‌ چايي‌ پول‌ دم‌ در،دري‌ ،وروديه‌ پول‌ كاغذكه‌ بحكم‌ قانون‌ رواج‌ يابدوتعهدي‌ براي‌ پر ولخرج‌ جايزه‌ آوردن‌ سر ) يا دستگير( جنايتكار پوليش‌بيش‌)يا زياده‌(از انست‌كه‌بتوان‌شمرد يك‌ قسمت‌ازپولش‌ خرج‌ شد حق‌ السكوت‌ پولي‌كه‌بط‌ور دست‌ لاف‌ هنگام‌خريد و فروش‌ بكسي‌بدهند كيسه‌،كيف‌،)پول‌( دارايي‌،دولت‌،ادم‌خر پول‌ صندوق‌ دستگيري‌،صندوق‌اعانه‌،غلك‌ صراف‌ دوماه‌ است‌ مال‌اندوز ،لئيم‌ پول‌وام‌ده‌،پول‌به‌بهره‌گذار پول‌ گرد كردن‌ پول‌گرد كن‌،پول‌ بهم‌ زدن‌،پول‌ جمع‌ كني‌،پول‌ بهم‌ زني‌ بازار سهام‌ امور پولي‌ پول‌ محاسباتي‌ حواله‌ پستي‌ وتلگرافي‌ ، حواله‌ پول‌ غلك‌،دخل‌ كارتنه‌ كوچك‌ كه‌انرا نشانه‌ خوشبختي‌ و وسيله‌پيدا برابر پول‌،بهاي‌ پول‌،پول‌ بها،چيزي‌ كه‌ بپول‌ بيزرد يك‌اسكناس‌10 ريالي‌ پول‌ جيبي‌ شوهر به‌ همسرش‌ ، مبلغ‌ ناچيز اضافه‌حقوق‌ بابت‌ كسرصندوق‌،كسرصندوق‌ پول‌ كاغذيابرات‌ وام‌ مدت‌ دار پول‌ گرداوردن‌،پول‌ جمع‌ كردن‌،پول‌ بهم‌زدن‌ پول‌ در بانك‌ گذاشتن‌)ياسپردن‌( روي‌اسبي‌گرو بستن‌ پول‌به‌بهره‌گذاشتن‌،پول‌تنزيل‌دادن‌ سرچيزي‌ شرط‌ بندي‌ كردن‌،پول‌ روي‌ چيزي‌ گروگذاشتن‌ مانيازمندپول‌ هستيم‌،به‌ پول‌احتياج‌داريم‌

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بيعانه سرقفلي پول، وجه، نقد حکم محکوميت نقدي حواله پستي سپرده حسن انجام کار، وجه الضمان خسارت عبرت آموز، خسارت تنبيهي

Dictionary source: Mokhtari English Persian Law Dictionary
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–ّ¤™ ٹ يّî¨ُ ٹ ùî¨ ٹ §‘÷î¨گ ٹ ٌّ•bad m.=’َى ٌّ•ٹ’َىùî¨ٹù¤¨‘÷ ٌّ•ٹ ¢“ٌّ•bat m.=¤ê¨ ù÷“ ٌى÷ّ ٌُں –“‘“ ِگ¤¨êگ ù¢‘مَگ ëّêbeer m.=ü‏‘‌ ٌّ•ٹّ›“گ ٌّ•blood m.=ù‏¢ ٹ‘ْ“ ِّ،broken m.=¢¤، ٌّ•caution m.=üُگ¥—َگ ù›ّٹ ùى‏àّ ٌّ•conduct m.=¢û‘ھ¤ê¨ ù÷‏¥ûdeficient in m.=ٌّ• ôîٹٌّ• ü“door m.=ù‏¢ّ¤ّٹ ‎¤¢ٹ¤¢ ô¢ ٌّ•earnest m.=‘ْ“ ©‏• ٹù÷‘م‏“fiat m.=¤• ‎گ¤“ ‎¢ْم—ّ¢“‘‏ ڑگّ¤ ِّ÷‘ى ôîں“ ùî£è‘î ٌّ•folding m.=‎£è‘î ٌّ• ٹ §‘÷î¨گ (=paper money )free with ones m.=ڑ¤،َّhardly earned m.=ù¢ُگ –¨¢“ –،¨ ٌّ•he coins m.=¢÷¥‏ُ ùî¨ ٌّ• ü‏ًّhead m.=¤‘î—‏‘÷› (¤‏ً—¨¢ ‘‏ ) ¤¨ ِ¢¤ّچ ù¥‏‘›his m. is more th=¢¤ُھِگّ—“ùî–¨÷گ ¥گ(ù¢‘‏¥ ‘‏)©‏“©‏َّ•his m. was p spen=¢ھ ڑ¤، ©َّ•¥گ–ُ¨ى ي‏hush m.=–ّî¨َگ ëںlavish of m.=ِîô‘ُ—ٌّ•ٹڑ¤،َّluck m.=¢÷û¢“ü¨î“ ©ّ¤ê ّ ¢‏¤،ô‘ً÷û éٍ –¨¢ ¤ّ¯“ùîüَّ•oceans of m.=ٌّ• ‘‏÷¢ي‏odd m.=üَ‘‏¤ پ€§‘÷î¨گي‏onother's m.=¤ً‏¢ü¬،ھٌّ•ٹü¤ً‏¢ٌّ•paper m.=‎£è‘î ٌّ• ٹ§‘÷î¨گ (paper currency)passage m.=¢¤î©‘مُٹِ¢¤î‘—ٹùگ¤ٹگ£èٹيگ¤ّ،ٹ¤ê‘¨ُù‏گ¤îٹù‏گ¤îpenury of m.=ٌّ• ¯ںىٹٌّ• ü“‘‏ُîpin m.=¥‏‌‘÷ وَ“ُ ٹ ©¤¨ُû ù“ ¤ûّھ ü“‏› ٌّ•pocket m.=’‏› ٌّ•prize m.=¢‏گüُ –¨¢“ ü‏‘‏¤¢ –ُ‏÷è ©ّ¤ê ¥گùîüَّ•ready m.=¢ّھù¢گ¢ §َ›َُگüêùî üَّ•ٹ ¢ى÷ ٌّ•requistion for m.=ٌّ•(‎گ¤“)–¨گّ،¤¢risk m.=ëّ¢÷¬¤¨îٹëّ¢÷¬¤¨î –“‘“ ëّىںùê‘®گscant of m.=ٌّ•ü“ٹٌّ•ôîsecret service m.=–َّ¢‎¤¨ ¤‘“—نگshort of m.=üَّ•ü“ùى‏®ُ¤¢ٹٌّ•ü“smart m.=¢û¢‏ُ ôّ¢¬ُّ üُ،¥ ِ‘÷گَُّّ ِگ¥‘“¤¨“ گ¥‘“¤¨“–َّ¢ ùî üَّ• ٹ –ُگ¤è ٹ –¤‘¨، ٹ ِ‘‏¥ ©گ¢‘•soft m.=–گ¤“‘‏£è‘î ٌّ•spending m.=ü›¤، ٹ ü“‏›ّ— ٌّ•table m.=¢ھ¤گِگ¤¨êگù“‎¤گ¢ِ‘ُُْù÷‏¥û –“‘“ùî ‎گù¢‘مَگëّêtime m.=¤گ¢ –¢ُ ôگّto change m.=ٌّ• ِ¢¤î ùَ¢‘“ُ‘‏ ِ¢¤î¢¤،to make m.=ِ¢¥ôْ“ ٌّ•ٹِ¢¤î âُ› ٌّ•ٹِ¢¤ّگ¢¤ً ٌّ•to place m. in th=(ِ¢¤•¨‘‏)ِ—ھگ£ً ي÷‘“ ¤¢ ٌّ•to put m. on a ho=ِ—¨“ ّ¤ًü“¨گ‎ّ¤to put out m. to=ِ¢گ¢ٌ‏¥÷—ٌّ•ٹِ—ھگ£ًù¤ْ“ù“ٌّ•to stake m. on so=ِ—ھگ£ًّ¤ً ‎¥‏‌ ‎ّ¤ ٌّ•ٹِ¢¤î ‎¢÷“ ¯¤ھ ‎¥‏‌¤¨to stink of m.=ِ¢ّ“ٌّ• ¤،token m.=üن¤ê ٌّ•ٹù¢÷‏‘ُ÷ ٌّ•we are want of m.=ô‏¤گ¢ڑ‘‏—ںگٌّ• ù“ٹô‏—¨û ٌّ•¢÷ُ¥‘‏÷‘ُ ’َى ٌّ•ٹ’َىùî¨ٹù¤¨‘÷ ٌّ•ٹ ¢“ٌّ• ¤ê¨ ù÷“ ٌى÷ّ ٌُں –“‘“ ِگ¤¨êگ ù¢‘مَگ ëّê ü‏‘‌ ٌّ•ٹّ›“گ ٌّ• ù‏¢ّ¤ّٹ ‎¤¢ٹ¤¢ ô¢ ٌّ• ¤• ‎گ¤“ ‎¢ْم—ّ¢“‘‏ ڑگّ¤ ِّ÷‘ى ôîں“ ùî£è‘î ٌّ• ڑ¤،َّ ¤‘î—‏‘÷› (¤‏ً—¨¢ ‘‏ ) ¤¨ ِ¢¤ّچ ù¥‏‘› ¢¤ُھِگّ—“ùî–¨÷گ ¥گ(ù¢‘‏¥ ‘‏)©‏“©‏َّ• ¢ھ ڑ¤، ©َّ•¥گ–ُ¨ى ي‏ –ّî¨َگ ëں ¢÷û¢“ü¨î“ ©ّ¤ê ّ ¢‏¤،ô‘ً÷û éٍ –¨¢ ¤ّ¯“ùîüَّ• ٌّ• ¤،ô¢گٹ–َّ¢ٹü‏گ¤گ¢ (ٌّ•)ٹé‏îٹù¨‏î يَèٹù÷‘نگëّ¢÷¬ٹ‎¤‏ً—¨¢ ëّ¢÷¬ éگ¤¬ –¨گ ù‘ُّ¢ ô‏ژَٹ ¥ّ¢÷گٌ‘ُ ¤گ£ًù¤ْ“ù“ٌّ•ٹù¢ôگٌّّ• ِ¢¤î ¢¤ً ٌّ• ü÷¥ ôْ“ ٌّ•ٹü÷î âُ› ٌّ•ٹِ¢¥ ôْ“ ٌّ•ٹِî ¢¤ًٌّ• ô‘ْ¨ ¤گ¥‘“ üَّ• ¤ُّگ ü—‘“¨‘ںُ ٌّ• ٌّ• ùَگّں ٹ üêگ¤ًَ—ّ ü—¨• ùَگّں ٌ،¢ٹيَè گ¢‏•ùَ‏¨ّ ّ ü—،“ھّ، ù÷‘ھ÷ گ¤÷گùî ي‌ّî ù÷—¤‘î ¢¤¥‏“ ٌّ•“ ùî ‎¥‏‌ٹ‘ْ“ ٌّ•ٹٌّ• ‎‘ْ“ٹٌّ• ¤“گ¤“ üَ‘‏¤ پ€§‘÷î¨گي‏ ¥‏‌‘÷ وَ“ُ ٹ ©¤¨ُû ù“ ¤ûّھ ü“‏› ٌّ• ëّ¢÷¬¤¨îٹëّ¢÷¬¤¨î –“‘“ ëّىںùê‘®گ –گ¤“‘‏£è‘î ٌّ• ¤گ¢ –¢ُ ôگّ ِ¢¥ôْ“ ٌّ•ٹِ¢¤î âُ› ٌّ•ٹِ¢¤ّگ¢¤ً ٌّ• (ِ¢¤•¨‘‏)ِ—ھگ£ً ي÷‘“ ¤¢ ٌّ• ِ—¨“ ّ¤ًü“¨گ‎ّ¤ ِ¢گ¢ٌ‏¥÷—ٌّ•ٹِ—ھگ£ًù¤ْ“ù“ٌّ• ِ—ھگ£ًّ¤ً ‎¥‏‌ ‎ّ¤ ٌّ•ٹِ¢¤î ‎¢÷“ ¯¤ھ ‎¥‏‌¤¨ ô‏¤گ¢ڑ‘‏—ںگٌّ• ù“ٹô‏—¨û ٌّ•¢÷ُ¥‘‏÷‘ُ

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Money in Hmong
n. Nyiaj txiag

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Money in Finnish
raha

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Money in Hungarian
papírpénz, pénzösszeg, pénzérme, bankjegy, összeg

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pénz

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pénz

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Money in Serbian
Novac-Pare-Navcani-Finansijski-Bogatstvo-Iznos-Novcani

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Money in Albanian
para

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para

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Money in Mongolian
n. 1. мєнгє. 2. хєрєнгє мєнгє. 3. цалин мєнгє. be in the money мєнгєтэй байх, баян. for my money миний бодлоор бол. good money их мєнгє. made of money их мєнгєтэй, баян. make money их мєнгє/ ашиг олох, мєнгє хийх. money for jam/ old rope хялбархан олсон мєнгє. put money into sth хєрєнгє оруулах. put one's money on sb/ sth 1. мєрий/ бооцоо тавих. 2. горьдлого/ найдлага тавих. put one's money where one's mouth is бодит туслалцаа їзїїлэх. throw one's money about мєнгє цацах, дэмий їрэх. moneyed adj. баян, хєрєнгєтэй, мєнгєтэй. money-maker n. ашигтай наймаа. the money supply n. мєнгєний нєєц.

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мөнгө, зоос,мөнгө(э.з)

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Money in Swedish
pengar, penningar

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Money in Urdu
n. daam(m.)/maal(m.)/maayah/naqdi(f.)/paesah(m.)/raqam(f.)/rupiyah(m.)/zar(m.)

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n.
1. coin روپيہ - روپيہ پيسہ- دھن- دولت- زر- نقدي- مبلغ- دام- (زر نقد- مال وزر)
Money begets money. (Prov.) روپے کو روپيہ کماتا ہے- (مثل)
2. Bills نوٹ - ہنڈي- بل
money-broker ہنڈي دلال
money-changer صراف- خُرديا
money-lender ساہوکار- مہاجن- (سودخور)
money-market ہنڈي کا بازار- صرافہ- (بازار زر)
money-matter روپے کا معاملہ
earnest-money سائي- بيعانہ- (زرپيشگي)
examination of money پرکھ
one who examines money پرکھيا- پرکھنے والا- نقاد
in money نقد
ready-money transaction روکڑا بيوپار- نقد لين دين


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Money in Slovak
denar, bogastvo; ~ market denarni trg; ~ as a means of paymet denar kot menjalno sredstvo; to make ~obogateti;

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Money in Ukrainian
(n) гроші (a) грошовий

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Money in Swahili
fedha

Dictionary source: English-Swahili Online Dictionary
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