Definition of 'hard currency'
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In this world you are either able to produce goods for hard currency, or you are going to have a lot of problems. Christianity Today (2000)
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Used Occasionally. hard currency is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'hard currency'
British English: hard currency NOUN
A hard currency is one which is unlikely to lose its value and so is considered to be a good one to have or to invest in.
The government is running short of hard currency to pay for imports.
- American English: hard currency
- Brazilian Portuguese: moeda forte
- Chinese: 硬通货
- European Spanish: divisa fuerte
- French: devise forte
- German: harte Währung
- Italian: valuta forte
- Japanese: 交換可能通貨
- Korean: 널리 통용되는 통화
- European Portuguese: moeda forte
- Spanish: divisa fuerte
Definition of hard currency from the Collins English Dictionary
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