English-Norwegian translation of currency

Translation of the word currency from english to norwegian, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

currency in Norwegian

currency
habitnoun allment bruk [n]
  bankingnoun valuta [u]
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Definitions of currency
noun
1. currency - the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used
  medium of exchange, monetary system anything that is generally accepted as a standard of value and a measure of wealth in a particular country or region
  money wealth reckoned in terms of money; "all his money is in real estate"
  eurocurrency currency of the major financial and industrial countries held in those countries for the purpose of lending and borrowing
  hard cash, hard currency, cash a currency that is not likely to depreciate suddenly in value; "the countries agreed to conduct their bilateral trade in hard currency, replacing previous barter arrangements"; "Germany once had a solid economy, good fiscal and monetary policies, and a hard currency"
  hard currency a currency that is not likely to depreciate suddenly in value; "the countries agreed to conduct their bilateral trade in hard currency, replacing previous barter arrangements"; "Germany once had a solid economy, good fiscal and monetary policies, and a hard currency"
  folding money, paper currency, paper money currency issued by a government or central bank and consisting of printed paper that can circulate as a substitute for specie
  metal money, specie, coinage, mintage coins collectively
2. currency - general acceptance or use; "the currency of ideas"
  prevalence the quality of prevailing generally; being widespread; "he was surprised by the prevalence of optimism about the future"
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The term currency can refer to a particular currency, for example Pound Sterling, or to the coins and banknotes of a particular currency, which comprise the physical aspects of a nation's money supply. The other part of a nation's money supply consists of money deposited in banks (sometimes called deposit money), ownership of which can be transferred by means of cheques or other forms of money transfer such as credit and debit cards. Deposit money and currency are money in the sense that both are acceptable as a means of exchange, but money need not necessarily be currency.

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