Definition of Spanish monetary unit
1. Noun. Monetary unit in Spain.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Spanish Monetary Unit
Literary usage of Spanish monetary unit
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Commercial Spanish by Carlos F. McHale (1918)
"Spanish monetary unit. See p. 203 peso m. monetary unit of Spanish A merican countries; — fuerte silver dollar. See pp. 203 and 204 peso m. weight; ..."
2. Spanish Taught In Spanish: A Textbook For Learning Spanish In The Easiest by Charles Frederick McHale (1919)
"Spanish monetary unit peso m. monetary unit of several Spanish-American countries; weight petróleo m. petroleum piano m. piano pide (See pedir) pie m. foot; ..."
3. OECD Territorial Reviews by Oecd (2001)
"In the 16th century, the kings of France sought to counter the depreciation of the livre tournois against the maravedi (the Spanish monetary unit) ..."
4. Spanish and English Commercial Vocabulary: By Carlos F. McHale by Charles Frederick McHale (1920)
"Spanish monetary unit peso m. monetary unit of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Salvador, Uruguay; ..."
5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"PESETA, pe-sa'ta, the chief Spanish monetary unit, equal to about 20 cents. PESHAWAR, pe-show'ur, ..."
6. The Future of Money by OECD Staff, Oecd (2002)
"In the I6th century, the kings of France sought to counter the depreciation of the livre tournois against the maravedi (the Spanish monetary unit) by making ..."
7. Spanish Grammar: By Charles Philip Wagner by Charles Philip Wagner (1910)
"III). corresponder, to correspond. peseta, Spanish monetary unit, costar, to cost (R-ch. I). about 2oc. creer, to believe, think (see 511). peso, ..."
8. The Fundamentals of Spanish Grammar by Alice Huntington Bushee (1917)
"... person, pesar, to weigh, peseta, peseta (Spanish monetary unit, about 20 cents). pico, beak, sharp point; y—, plan, m., plan. platillo (dim. of plato), ..."