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currency [ 'kʌrənsi] n.通货;通用;市价

currency ['kʌrənsi] n. 货币;现金

贬值 devalue, devaluate, depreciate (of a currency)

货币留成制度 currency retention scheme

货币回笼 withdrawal of currency from circulation

欧洲货币 Euro-currency

骗汇、逃汇、套汇 "obtain foreign currency and false pretenses, not turn over foreign currency owed to the government and illegal arbitrage "

通货升值 currency revaluation

通货混合,鸡尾酒式货币 currency cocktail

通货回笼 withdrawal of currency in circulation

通货紧缩 deflation (of currency)

硬通货 hard currency

货币兑换处 money exchange; currency exchange

What kind of currency do you want?
要哪种货币?

What kind of currency do you want to change?
要换哪种货币?

currency, money 货币

plastic currency notes 塑料钞票

And how much will it be in Japanese currency?
换成日本币是多少?

Bureau de change/Currency exchange 兑换外汇

We can supply all your foreign currency. 我们提供各国货币

骗汇、逃汇、套汇 obtain foreign currency under false pretenses, not turn over foreign owed to the government and illegal arbitrage

当日汇率; 成交价 currency rate

Tourism brings China a lot of benefits. First, it enables the Chinese people to know more about the outside world and promotes friendship and understanding. Second, it is financially beneficial to China, which needs more foreign currencies for its modernization program.
旅游业给中国带来许多好处。首先,它使中国人了解外界,并有助于促进友谊和理解。其次,在经济上也有利于我国,因为中国现代化建设需要大量的外汇。
183 Tourism, however, gives rise to a number of problems. For instance, it becomes a burden to inefficient transportation system.
旅游业也引起许多问题。例如,它增加了我国本来效率不高的运输系统的负担。

foreign currency account 外汇帐户

appreciation of currency 货币增值

foreign currency balance 外汇余额

change in value of currency 币值变动

currency circulation 货币流通

convertible currency 自由外汇

Currency 货币

currency crisis 货币危机

currency devaluation 货币贬值

currency revaluation 货币增值

deposit in foreign currency 外币存款

designated currency 指定货币

European Currency Unit 欧洲货币单位

foreign currency account 外汇帐户

foreign currency balance 外汇平衡

hard currency area 硬通货地区

reserve currency 储备货币

soft currency 软通货

withdrawal of currency 货币回笼

CAF (Currency Adjustment Factor)货币贬值附加费

currency; money

纸币 shinplaster; paper currency

If he wants to change currency, he will say: Yes, I’d like to change some money, please / Yes, I’d like to change some money, please.
如果他想要兑换现金,他会说:Yes, I’d like to change some money, please / 是的,我想要兑换一些钱。

If they want to change currency, they will say: Can I change some money (eg $100) please. / Can I change some money (eg $100) please.
如果他需要兑换现金,他会说:Can I change some money (eg $100) please. /请问我能换些钱(比如100美元)吗?

比索 [bǐ suǒ] /Peso (currency in Lat. Amer.)/

币 [bì] /money/coins/currency/

币值 [bì zhí] /value of a currency/

币制 [bì zhì] /currency system/

边币 [biān bì] /Border Region currency (consisting of the currency notes issued by the Border Region governments during the War of Resistance Against Japan and the War of Liberation)/

辅币 [fǔ bì] /fractional currency/

港币 [gǎng bì] /Hong Kong currency/Hong Kong dollar/

韩圆 [hán yuán] /Korean won (unit of currency)/

货币 [huò bì] /currency/monetary/money/

货币贬值 [huò bì biǎn zhí] /currency devaluation/to devaluate a currency/

金钱 [jīn qián] /(n) money; currency/

块 [kuài] /yuan (unit of currency)/fast (of a watch)/swift/rapid/happy/joyful/soon/quick/(a measure word, for cloth, cake, soap)/

人民币 [rén mín bì] /Chinese unit of currency/Renminbi/

日圆 [rì yuán] /Japanese yen (unit of currency)/

外汇 [wài huì] /foreign (currency) exchange/

伪币 [wěi bì] /counterfeit currency/

圆 [yuán] /circle/round/circular/spherical/(of the moon) full/unit of Chinese currency (Yuan)/tactful/to justify/

{adj: bizonal} relating to or concerned with the combined affairs of two administrative zones
"Bizonal currency was used in occupied Germany after World War II"

{adj: debased, devalued, degraded} lowered in value
"the dollar is low"
"a debased currency"

{adj: depreciating, depreciative, depreciatory} tending to decrease or cause a decrease in value
"a depreciating currency"
"depreciatory effects on prices"

{adj: divisional} constituting a division or an aliquot part of the basic monetary unit
"American divisional (fractional) coins include the dime and the nickel"
"fractional currency is currency in denominations less than the basic monetary unit"

{adj: inconvertible, unconvertible, unexchangeable} used especially of currencies; incapable of being exchanged for or replaced by another currency of equal value
<-> convertible

{adj: nominal} being value in terms of specification on currency or stock certificates rather than purchasing power
"nominal or face value"
<-> real

{adj: soft} (of a commodity or market or currency) falling or likely to fall in value
"the market for computers is soft"

{adj: wildcat} outside the bounds of legitimate or ethical business practices
"wildcat currency issued by irresponsible banks"
"wildcat stock speculation"
"a wildcat airline"
"wildcat life insurance schemes"

{n: Benton, Thomas Hart Benton, Old Bullion} United States legislator who opposed the use of paper currency (1782-1858)

{n: Bureau of Engraving and Printing} the agency of the Treasury Department that produces currency

{n: Comptroller of the Currency} a United States federal official who regulates the national banks

{n: Comptroller of the Currency} the agency of the Treasury Department responsible for controlling the currency

{n: Eurocurrency} currency of the major financial and industrial countries held in those countries for the purpose of lending and borrowing

{n: Eurodollar} a United States dollar deposited in a European bank and used as an international currency to finance trade

{n: European Central Bank} the central bank of those members of the European Union who share a common currency
"The European Central Bank is Europe's equivalent of the Federal Reserve"

{n: International Monetary Fund, IMF} a United Nations agency to promote trade by increasing the exchange stability of the major currencies

{n: M1} a measure of the money supply; includes currency in circulation plus demand deposits or checking account balances

{n: People's Party, Populist Party} a former political party in the United States; formed in 1891 to advocate currency expansion and state control of railroads

{n: account payable, payable} a liability account showing how much is owed for goods and services purchased on credit
"the problem was to match receivables and payables in the same currency"

{n: agio, agiotage, premium, exchange premium} a fee charged for exchanging currencies

{n: bankroll, roll} a roll of currency notes (often taken as the resources of a person or business etc.)
"he shot his roll on a bob-tailed nag"

{n: bimetallism} a monetary standard under which the basic unit of currency is defined by stated amounts of two metals (usually gold and silver) with values set at a predetermined ratio

{n: black market} an illegal market in which goods or currencies are bought and sold in violation of rationing or controls

{n: cash, hard cash, hard currency} money in the form of bills or coins
"there is a desperate shortage of hard cash"

{n: cash, immediate payment} prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check
<-> credit

{n: central bank} a government monetary authority that issues currency and regulates the supply of credit and holds the reserves of other banks and sells new issues of securities for the government

{n: change} money received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or a different currency
"he got change for a twenty and used it to pay the taxi driver"

{n: convertibility} the quality of being exchangeable (especially the ability to convert a currency into gold or other currencies without restriction)
<-> inconvertibility

{n: currency, vogue} a current state of general acceptance and use

{n: currency} general acceptance or use
"the currency of ideas"

{n: currency} the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used

{n: currentness, currency, up-to-dateness} the property of belonging to the present time
"the currency of a slang term"

{n: decimalization, decimalisation} the act of changing to a decimal system
"the decimalization of British currency"

{n: devaluation} an official lowering of a nation's currency; a decrease in the value of a country's currency relative to that of foreign countries

{n: euro} the basic monetary unit of most members of the European Union (introduced in 1999); in 2002 twelve European nations (Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Austria, Finland) adopted the euro as their basic unit of money and abandoned their traditional currencies

{n: exchange, interchange} reciprocal transfer of equivalent sums of money especially the currencies of different countries
"he earns his living from the interchange of currency"

{n: foreign exchange} the system by which one currency is exchanged for another; enables international transactions to take place

{n: fractional currency} paper currency in denominations less than the basic monetary unit

{n: gold standard} a monetary standard under which the basic unit of currency is defined by a stated quantity of gold

{n: 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"

{n: inconvertibility} the quality of not being exchangeable
"the inconvertibility of their currency made international trade impossible"
<-> convertibility

{n: inflationary spiral} an episode of inflation in which prices increase at an increasing rate and currency rapidly loses value

{n: issuer} an institution that issues something (securities or publications or currency etc.)

{n: money supply} the total stock of money in the economy; currency held by the public plus money in accounts in banks

{n: money} the official currency issued by a government or national bank
"he changed his money into francs"

{n: paper money, folding money, paper currency} currency issued by a government or central bank and consisting of printed paper that can circulate as a substitute for specie

{n: rate of exchange, exchange rate} the charge for exchanging currency of one country for currency of another

{n: reflation} inflation of currency after a period of deflation; restore the system to a previous state

{n: scrip} a certificate whose value is recognized by the payer and payee; scrip is not currency but may be convertible into currency

{n: series} a group of postage stamps having a common theme or a group of coins or currency selected as a group for study or collection
"the Post Office issued a series commemorating famous American entertainers"
"his coin collection included the complete series of Indian-head pennies"

{n: silver standard} a monetary standard under which the basic unit of currency is defined by a stated quantity of silver

{n: special drawing rights, paper gold} reserve assets in the International Monetary Fund; designed to supplement reserves of gold and convertible currencies used to maintain stability in the foreign exchange market

{n: sterling area, sterling bloc, scheduled territories} the group of countries whose currencies are tied to the British pound sterling

{n: unit of measurement, unit} any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange
"the dollar is the United States unit of currency"
"a unit of wheat is a bushel"
"change per unit volume"

{n: wampum, peag, wampumpeag} small cylindrical beads made from polished shells and fashioned into strings or belts; used by certain Native American peoples as jewelry or currency

{v: afflict, smite} cause pain or suffering in
"afflict with the plague"
"That debasement of the verbal currency that afflicts terms used in advertisement"

{v: decimalize, decimalise} change to the decimal system
"The country decimalized the currency in 1975"

{v: deflate} reduce or cut back the amount or availability of, creating a decline in value or prices
"deflate the currency"
<-> inflate

{v: float} allow (currencies) to fluctuate
"The government floated the ruble for a few months"

{v: inflate} cause prices to rise by increasing the available currency or credit
"The war inflated the economy"
<-> deflate

{v: inflate} increase the amount or availability of, creating a rise in value
"inflate the currency"
<-> deflate

{v: peg} stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate) by legislation or market operations
"The weak currency was pegged to the US Dollar"

{v: sell short} sell securities or commodities or foreign currency that is not actually owned by the seller, who hopes to cover (buy back) the sold items at a lower price and thus to earn a profit

{v: tumble} fall suddenly and sharply
"Prices tumbled after the devaluation of the currency"

{v: utter} put into circulation
"utter counterfeit currency"

Professor Ohmae said Korea's recovery was due to " obedience to US hegemony " and reprieve from currency speculators rather than any real fundamental recovery.
小前教授说,韩国经济的复苏是因为 "顺从于美国的霸权 "和暂时摆脱了货币投机商,而并非什么真正的根本性复苏。

" We are( also) a full service provider, " Mr. Muskie says, which means, according to First Union's own brochure, it provides " cash management, capital markets, capital management, foreign currency accounts, foreign exchange and trade services " and, at the same time, " the correspondent banking network acts as a conduit for expediting funds, payments and collections. "
"我们(还是)一个全能服务提供者, "马斯基先生说,据第一联合公司自己的手册所言,这就意味着它提供 "现金管理、资本市尝资本管理、外币账户、外币兑换及贸易服务, "同时, "相关的银行业网络起着渠道作用,以加速资金融通、支付及托收。 "

If you don't have a beenz in your virtual pocket, maybe you should. beenz( the trademarked word is both singular and plural, and never capitalized) are a new kind of money that circulates exclusively on the Internet. There is no physical beenz currency.
如果你的虚拟口袋里还没有 beenz 这种货币,也许你该去弄点来。 beenz (这一已登记商标的单词在英文中既是单数,又是复数,但从来不用大写形式表示)是一种仅仅在互联网上流通的新货币,至今尚没有实物的 beenz 货币面世。

beenz are the product of a company called beenz.com that hopes to make them the currency of the Internet, and they may be the future of cash as we know it.
Beenz 是一家名为 beenz.com 的公司的产品,这家公司希望 beenz 能成为在互联网上流通的货币,而且正如我们所了解的那样, beenz 的确有可能成为将来流通的货币。

In five years, says Beenz.com founder Charles Cohen, " I believe we'll start to see beenz listed against other major currencies. "
Beenz.com 的创始人查尔斯·科恩说:再过五年,我认为我们将可以开始看到 beenz 与其它主要货币的兑换牌价。

This vision moved closer to reality last year with the launch of a debit card which will allow consumers to convert beenz for local currency - spendable in real or online stores.
去年,查尔斯·科恩的这种理想离现实又近了一步。 Beenz.com 将发行借记卡,使用这种借记卡,消费者可以将 beenz 兑换成能在传统意义上的商店或网上商店使用的当地货币。

Beenz aren't a currency in the strictest sense.
从严格意义上讲, beenz 不是一种货币。

Almost 750 million beenz are in circulation - roughly equivalent to the currency float of a small country.
目前大概有七亿五千万 beenz 货币正在流通之中,大约相当于一个小国家的货币流通量。

The online gateway RocketCash has a currency exchange where beenz, Cybergold and InfoPost currencies can be traded.
在线门户网站 RocketCash 出台了货币兑换计划,根据这一计划, beenz 、 Cybergold 和 InfoPost 等电子商务网站的电子货币可被相互买卖。

Taipei Like Japan and China, Taiwan is not a tipping society-even though much of the currency seems to come in coin form.
台北就像日本和中国大陆一样,台湾不是一个给小费的社会──尽管大量货币是以硬币的形式出现。

A weakened Kiwi dollar( which dropped nearly 22% in the past year) means many Asian currencies go even further, especially if you shop around.
疲软的新西兰货币(去年贬值近 22%)意味着亚洲许多货币贬值更甚,特别是货比三家时体会更深。

The sale would allow the bank to earn more interest from foreign currency holdings and, according to a Treasury spokesman, " serve the interests of British taxpayers. "
该笔售款将使英格兰银行通过持有外汇而挣得更多利息,而且,按照财务部发言人的说法,此举将维护英国纳税人的利益。

Although qualitative variance among nerve energies was never rigidly disproved, the doctrine was generally abandoned in favor of the opposing view, namely, that nerve impulses are essentially homogeneous in quality and are transmitted as "common currency" throughout the nervous system.
虽然神经能量之间存在性质差异的观点从没有遭到严格的驳斥,但该学说普遍被抛弃,人们转而采纳了与之相对立的一个观点,即神经冲击从根本上来说在性质上是毫无二致的,并仿佛象“通用货币”(common currency)一样在神经系统中传输。

The weakening U.S. dollar rallied on news of the jobs report and then fell back and touched another low against the common currency of 12 European Union nations. The euro is currently trading at a record high of just under $1.30. The euro rise resumed after German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder suggested that he would tolerate a stronger euro. As oil is priced in dollars, a rising euro helps to offset oil price rises for consumers in western Europe.
受到就业报告消息的影响,日渐疲软的美元开始回升,不过紧接着又向下滑落,对十二个欧盟国家的共同货币欧元的汇率再创新低。欧元目前的汇率正处在历史的最高点,仅略低于一美元三十美分。欧元恢复上升以前,德国总理施罗德星期五曾暗示,他将对较强的欧元持容忍态度。由于石油价格以美元标价,欧元的上升将有助于抵消石油价格上涨给西欧消费者带来的影响。

currency, Chinese currency, British currency 货币,中国货币,英国货币

currency 货币

CAF 货币汇率附加费 Currency Adjustment Factor

cur. Currency 币制

外币 foreign currency

硬通货 hard currency

软通货 soft currency

marine insurance policies or certificates in negotiable form, for 110% full CIF invoice covering the risks of War & W.A. as per the People's Insurance Co. of China dated 1/1/1976. With extended cover up to Kuala Lumpur with claims payable in (at) Kuala Lumpur in the currency of draft (irrespective of percentage)
作为可议付格式的海运保险单或凭证按照到岸价的发票金额110%投保中国人民保险公司1976年1月1日的战争险和基本险,负责到吉隆坡为止。按照汇票所使用的货币在吉隆坡赔付(无免赔率)

Canadian custtoms invoice(revised form)all signed in ink showing fair market value in currency of country of export
用出口国货币标明本国市场售价,并进行笔签的加拿大海关发票(修订格式)

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Currency recognition equipment
当前值识别设备

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Currency bags or wallets
钱箱和钱包

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Currency vending machines
通货自动贩卖机

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Foreign currency exchange machines
外币兑换机

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Currency exchange markets
货币流通控制

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Currency engraving
钱币雕刻

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Currency exchange services
货币兑换

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Currency conversion service
通货转变服务

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Currency
货币

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Currencies or coinage
通货和货币制造

资本公积 Capital reserve
- 资本(或股本)溢价 Cpital(or Stock) premium
- 接受捐赠非现金资产准备 Receive non-cash donate reserve
- 股权投资准备 Stock right investment reserves
- 拨款转入 Allocate sums changeover in
- 外币资本折算差额 Foreign currency capital
- 其他资本公积 Other capital reserve

free currency 自由货币

CAC currency adjustment charge 货币(贬值)附加费

CAF Currency adjustment factor 货币贬值附加费

CAS currency adjustment surcharge 货币贬值附加费

cy currency 货币

cy currency 货币

货币贬值附加费 Currency Adjustment Factor (CAF)

货币贬值附加费 Currency Adjustment Factor (CAF)


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