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currencycur"ren*cy (k?r"r?n-c?), n.; pl. currencies (-s&?;z). [cf. ll. currentia a current, fr. l. currens, p. pr. of currere to run. see current.] 1. a continued or uninterrupted course or flow like that of a stream; as, the currency of time. [obs.] 2. the state or quality of being current; general acceptance or reception; a passing from person to person, or from hand to hand; circulation; as, a report has had a long or general currency; the currency of bank notes. 3. that which is in circulation, or is given and taken as having or representing value; as, the currency of a country; a specie currency; esp., government or bank notes circulating as a substitute for metallic money. 4. fluency; readiness of utterance. [obs.] 5. current value; general estimation; the rate at which anything is generally valued. he takes greatness of kingdoms according to their bulk and currency, and not after intrinsic value. the bare name of englishman too often gave a transient currency to the worthless and ungrateful. irving.currency n 1. the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used 2. general acceptance or use: "the currency of ideas" 3. a current state of general acceptance and use [syn: vogue] 4. the property of belonging to the present time: "the currency of a slang term" [syn: currentness, up-to-dateness]   similar words(1) 

 sound currency 

(n.)

The state or quality of being current; general acceptance or reception; a passing from person to person, or from hand to hand; circulation; as, a report has had a long or general currency; the currency of bank notes.  

(n.)

That which is in circulation, or is given and taken as having or representing value; as, the currency of a country; a specie currency; esp., government or bank notes circulating as a substitute for metallic money.  

(n.)

Fluency; readiness of utterance.  

(n.)

Current value; general estimation; the rate at which anything is generally valued.  

(n.)

A continued or uninterrupted course or flow like that of a stream; as, the currency of time.  

Noun1. the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used (hypernym) medium of exchange, monetary system (hyponym) money2. general acceptance or use; "the currency of ideas" (hypernym) prevalence3. a current state of general acceptance and use (synonym) vogue (hypernym) acceptance4. the property of belonging to the present time; "the currency of a slang term" (synonym) currentness, up-to-dateness (hypernym) presentness, nowness (hyponym) modernity, modernness, modernism, contemporaneity, contemporaneousness (attribute) current

Auon = a currency; a halfpenny, a scruple

Didrawd = a. without currency

Rhead = n. a running; currency

Rhediant = n. currency; a course

(history) 1. one born in Australia; 2. born in Australia, as opposed to sterling, one born in britain or Ireland

(history) man born in Australia

(history) woman born in Australia

Money.

A medium of exchange of value, defined by reference to the geographical location of the authorities responsible for it ISO4217. In general, the monetary unit, involved in a transaction and represented by a name or a symbol.

A currency is a unit of exchange, facilitating the transfer of goods and/or services. It is one form of money, where money is anything that serves as a medium of exchange, a store of value, and a standard of value. A currency is the dominant medium of exchange. To facilitate trade between currency zones, there are exchange rates, which are the prices at which currencies (and the goods and services of individual currency zones) can be exchanged against each other. currencies can be classified as either floating currencies or fixed currencies based on their exchange rate regime. In common usage, currency sometimes refers to only paper money, as in coins and currency, but this is misleading. coins and paper money are both forms of currency.

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See Money . 

the money which passes, at a fixed value, from hand to hand; money which is authorized by law.By Art.1, S.8, the constitution of the united states authorizes congress 'to coin money, and to regulate the value thereof.'Changes in the currency ought not to be made but for the most urgent reason as they unsettle commerce, both at home and abroad. suppose peter contracts to pay paul one thousand dollars in six months - the dollar of a certain fineness of silver, weighing one hundred and twelve and a half grains -and afterwards, before the money becomes due, the value of the dollar is changed and it weighs now but fifty-six and a quarter grains; will one thousand of the new dollars pay the old debt? different opinion may be entertained, but it seems that such payment would be complete because: 1. the creditor is bound to receive the public currency, and; 2. He is bound to receive it at its legal value.    this entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Word analysis of currency

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