Definition of Colombian peso
1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Colombia; equal to 100 centavos.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Colombian Peso
Literary usage of Colombian peso
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Effects of Exchange Rates and Commercial Policy on Agricultural by Jorge García García (1981)
"The overvaluation of the Colombian peso made possible by trade restrictions was the equivalent of a tax on agricultural exports, some agricultural food ..."
2. Coal Information 2003by IEA Staff by IEA Staff (2003)
"-Colombian peso Colombia and South Africa. A more moderate price increase was experienced by US steam coal suppliers. 1n 2002, average export unit values ..."
3. The Greatest Engineering Feat in the World at Panama: Authentic and Complete by Ralph Emmett Avery, William C. Haskins (1915)
"This made the old Colombian peso vary from $.4606 (expressed in United States values), to $.4755, it being worth $.464 at the time of the last sale. ..."
4. Elementary Lessons in Exporting: To which is Added an Exporter's Gazetteer by Benjamin Olney Hough (1909)
"Money: The Colombian peso has a nominal gold value of one United States dollar. The paper peso, which only is in use, has a value of about one cent. ..."