Definition of 'banknote'
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Example sentences containing 'banknote'
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There will be no actual printing of banknotes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The most enduring image of the series was of him standing next to a banknote printing press. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The research could be used to make banknotes and credit cards that are visually striking and harder to forge. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His portrayal would give designers the unique opportunity of featuring his two faces on both sides of the new banknote. The Sun (2010)Yet today the Government is seriously considering printing more banknotes to ease the credit crisis. The Sun (2009)The new 50 banknote comes into circulation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Punters taking a longer view backed the banknote printer to do well from any return of global inflation when stimulus measures are wound down. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The banknote was clearly counterfeit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That is why the banks MUST lend out their crisp new banknotes and not hoard them against bad debts. The Sun (2009)The prize was for inventing a transparent security thread that is used in banknotes from Samoa to Iceland. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The only evidence of the Government's writ in areas under his command was the use of official banknotes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Britain joins a list of more than 30 countries that use plastic banknotes, though it is by far the biggest economy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The world's newest nation has helped the planet's biggest banknote printer to recover from the scandal that forced its chief executive to resign last summer. Times, Sunday Times (2011)THE world's leading banknote printer is to cut production by a quarter - as more of us use cards instead of cash. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'banknote'
British English: banknote /ˈbæŋkˌnəʊt/ NOUN
A banknote is a piece of paper money.
...a shopping bag full of banknotes.
- American English: bill
- Arabic: وَرَقَة مالِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cédula
- Chinese: 钞票
- Croatian: novčanica
- Czech: bankovka
- Danish: pengeseddel
- Dutch: bankbiljet
- European Spanish: billete de banco
- Finnish: seteli
- French: billet de banque
- German: Banknote
- Greek: χαρτονόμισμα
- Italian: banconota
- Japanese: 紙幣
- Korean: 지폐
- Norwegian: pengeseddel
- Polish: banknot
- European Portuguese: nota
- Romanian: bancnotă
- Russian: банкнота
- Spanish: billete
- Swedish: sedel
- Thai: ธนบัตร
- Turkish: kağıt para
- Ukrainian: банкнота
- Vietnamese: giấy bạc
British English: banknote NOUN
Banknotes are pieces of paper money.
...a shopping bag full of banknotes.
Definition of banknote from the Collins English Dictionary
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