The basic monetary unit of the US, Canada, Australia, and certain countries in the Pacific, Caribbean, Southeast Asia, Africa, and South America
the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
a piece of paper money worth one dollar
a United States coin worth one dollar; "the dollar coin has never been popular in the United States"
a symbol of commercialism or greed; "he worships the almighty dollar"; "the dollar sign means little to him"
The dollar (often represented by the dollar sign: "$") is the name of the official currency of many countries, including the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Eastern Caribbean territories, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor, Ecuador, Suriname, El Salvador, Panama, ...
Dollar are a pop vocal duo from the UK, consisting of David Van Day and Thereza Bazar. The duo were successful in the late 1970s and 1980s.
The one dollar coin was first issued in 1866 as a silver coin of 38 mm, 26.96 grams and 2.80mm thick. This issue lasted only three years with a reported mintage of 2,109,000 coins for all years, separate statistics of each years mintage are unavailable. ...
Dollar is an historic French motorcycle made by Ets. Delachanel in Joinville-le-Pont from 1925 to 1939.
Dollar (Dolair) is a small town in Clackmannanshire, Scotland. It is one of the Hillfoots Villages, situated between the Ochil Hills range to the north and the Devon River to the south. Dollar is on the A91 road, which runs from Stirling to St. ...
A variety store or price-point retailer is a retail store that sells inexpensive items, usually with a single price point for all items in the store. Typical merchandise includes cleaning supplies, toys, and confectionery. Formerly many variety stores had lunch counters for inexpensive meals. ...
Official designation for currency in some parts of the world, including Canada, Australia, the United States, Hong Kong, and elsewhere. Its symbol is $
(25 dollars) roughly the equivalent of $5,000 wages for an unskilled worker today
$100, in sports wagering.
A dollar is a bet to win $100.
The U.S. coin valued at 100 cents, introduced in 1793.
A denomination consisting of one hundred cents authorized by the Mint Act of 1792. This is the anglicized spelling of the European Thaler and was used because of the worldwide acceptance of the Thaler and the Spanish Milled dollar (or piece-of-eight).
Gambling slang for $100. "He raised five dollars (five hundred dollars)"
A unit of weight, as construed in the U.S. Constitution and in the Coinage Act of 1792, equal to 371 and 1/4 grains; equivalent to 24.0566 grams or 0.77344 troy ounces.
the basic monetary unit of the United States of America, and various other countries; as derived from 'daler' [thaler], the short form of Joachimsthaler, a large coin minted in Joachimsthal, Bohemia. See BAD PAPER, HARD TIMES TOKEN, MPC, LEGAL TENDER. [v: hard currency, cash, fiat money]
The name of the currency of the United States Government and considered the Global Reserve Currency.
n. United States money, one hundred cents
an official U.S. denomination equal to 100 Cents or 1/10 of an Eagle.
US currency that the dirham (AED) and many other international currencies are pegged to.
When Hamilton asks Troy and Dillon for a dollar, Dillon looks the term up and then replies "No, I'm sorry, but we just used our last denomination of currency ourselves." (1980: "Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I").
n. 1. Five shillings or 25 pence. This has its origins from ``Thaler,'' an Austrian coin of very wide circulation, both in the Mediterranean and elsewhere, from about 1600 on. ...