Translation for 'monetary unit' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a monetary unit | monetary units
monetary unit {noun}
парична единица {ж}
unit {noun}
урок {м}
unit {noun}единица {ж}
unit {noun}цяло {ср}
unit {noun}единица {ж} мярка
intensive care unit {noun} <ICU>
интензивно отделение {ср}
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Usage Examples English
  • Rather, market valuations in a local currency are typically translated to a single monetary unit using the idea of purchasing power.
  • The peso is the monetary unit of several countries in the Americas and the Philippines.
  • The Dutch, through the "Amsterdam Wisselbank" (the Bank of Amsterdam), were also the first to establish a reserve currency whose monetary unit was stabilized using practices familiar to modern central banking (as opposed to the Spanish dollar stabilized through American mine output and Spanish fiat) and which can be considered as the precursor to modern-day monetary policy.
  • This method is sometimes called PPS-sequential or monetary unit sampling in the case of audits or forensic sampling.
  • Rafael Zaldívar, the First Monetary Law was adopted using "peso" as a monetary unit, discarding the Spanish system of division into 8 reales.

  • The bank then decided that the monetary unit was to be the speciedaler (rixdollar), divided into 120 skillings or five ort ("rigsort") of 24 skillings each.
  • The centavo (Spanish and Portuguese 'one hundredth') is a fractional monetary unit that represents one hundredth of a basic monetary unit in many countries around the world.
  • refers to a silver coin which was the chief monetary unit of the Ottoman Empire.
  • This law created the monetary unit Córdoba, but due to the prevailing political instability at that time, the Córdoba did not circulate until mid-1913.
  • financial capital maintenance in nominal monetary units, is based on the stable measuring unit assumption under which accountants simply assume that money, the monetary unit of measure, is perfectly stable in real value for the purpose of measuring (1) monetary items not inflation-indexed daily in terms of the Daily CPI and (2) constant real value non-monetary items not updated daily in terms of the Daily CPI during low and high inflation and deflation.

  • The name denar comes from the name of the ancient Roman monetary unit, the "denarius". The abbreviation is ден, the first three Cyrillic letters of its name.
  • This was followed two years later by the first Federal Coinage Act, passed by the Federal Assembly on 7 May 1850, which introduced the franc as the monetary unit of Switzerland.
  • The Prince-Bishopric of Warmia enjoyed substantial autonomy, with its own diet (parliament) and monetary unit (the same as in the other parts of Royal Prussia) and treasury.
  • A unit of account is a standard numerical monetary unit of measurement of the market value of goods, services, and other transactions.
  • The One-Dollar Currency Note Ordinance of that year led to the introduction of one-dollar notes by the government and the government acknowledged the Hong Kong dollar as the local monetary unit.

  • The cent is a monetary unit of many national currencies that equals [...] of the basic monetary unit.
  • The [...] ([...]; [...]; abbreviation: ₶.) was one of numerous currencies used in medieval France, and a unit of account (i.e., a monetary unit used in accounting) used in Early Modern France.
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