Synonyms of 'currency'
1 moneyDictionary, coinage, legal tender
More people favour a single European currency than oppose it.
2 acceptanceDictionary, exposure, popularity
His theory has gained wide currency in America.
subject word lists:Currencies
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The circulation of a newspaper or magazine is the number of copies that are sold each time it is produced.
The paper once had the highest circulation of any daily in the country.
Legal tender is money, especially a particular coin or banknote, which is officially part of a country's currency at a particular time.
When did the note cease to be legal tender?
Money is the coins or bank notes that you use to buy things, or the sum that you have in a bank account.
A lot of money that you pay goes back to the distributor.
brass (Northern England , dialect)
rhino (British , slang)
the ready (informal)
dosh (British , Australian , slang)
lolly (British , slang)
megabucks (US , Canadian , slang)
filthy lucre (facetious)
gelt (slang , US)
mazuma (slang , US)
kembla (Australian , slang)
Thesaurus for currency from the Collins English Thesaurus
The money used in a particular country is referred to as its currency .