1) денежное обращение
2) деньги; валюта

to abandon the ruble currency — отказываться от рубля как валюты

to adopt a single currency — вводить единую валюту

to appreciate the currency — повышать курс валюты, ревальвировать валюту

to convert one currency to another — конвертировать одну валюту в другую

to depreciate the currency by ... per cent — девальвировать / обесценивать валюту на ... процентов

to devalue the currency — девальвировать / обесценивать валюту

to exchange currency — обменивать валюту

to join a single currency — присоединяться к странам с единой валютой

to put currency into circulation — пускать деньги в обращение

to raise hard currency — добывать конвертируемую валюту

to rise against other currencies — подняться по отношению к другим валютам (о курсе валюты)

to slow the US currenc's slide — задерживать падение курса доллара США

to support a currency — поддерживать курс валюты

- common currency
- conversion of currencies
- convertible currency
- crashing currency
- currency firmed
- currency has lost value
- currency in circulation
- decline of a currency
- depreciated currency
- devaluation of currencies
- domestic currency
- earner of foreign currency
- floating currency
- foreign currency
- free currency
- freely floating currency
- hard currency
- home currency
- imposition of a single currency
- in local currency
- inconvertible currency
- inflationary depreciation of currencies
- inflow of foreign currency
- international unit of currency
- key currency
- leading currencies
- local currency
- main source of hard currency
- major currencies
- managed currency
- member of the single currency
- national currency
- native currency
- nearly worthless currency
- nonconvertible currency
- overvalued currency
- paper currency
- pegged currency
- reserve currency
- reserves of foreign currency are low
- revolution of currencies
- sharp fall in the value of a currency
- shortage of hard currency
- single European currency
- soft currency
- sound currency
- stabilization of currency
- undervalued currency
- unified currency

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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  • Currency — Cur ren*cy (k?r r?n c?), n.; pl. {Currencies} ( s?z). [Cf. LL. currentia a current, fr. L. currens, p. pr. of currere to run. See {Current}.] 1. A continued or uninterrupted course or flow like that of a stream; as, the currency of time. [Obs.]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • currency — I noun bank notes, bills, cash, circulating medium, coin, government notes, hard cash, legal tender, medium of exchange, moneta, money, money in actual use, notes, paper money, ready money, specie associated concepts: lawful currency II index… …   Law dictionary

  • currency — [kʉr′ən sē] n. pl. currencies [ML currentia, a current < L currens: see CURRENT] 1. a continual passing from hand to hand, as of a medium of exchange; circulation ☆ 2. the money in circulation in any country; often, specif., paper money 3.… …   English World dictionary

  • Currency — (engl., spr. Körrensi), das umlaufende Geld, bes. Papiergeld. Currencyleute, die in der Verbrechercolonie in Neu Süd Wales Geborenen …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Currency — (spr. körrenßi), der englische Ausdruck für Kurant, erweitert auf alle gesetzlichen Zahlungsmittel, deren Annahme nicht verweigert werden darf. Im engern Sinne versteht man unter C. in Amerika nur Papiergeld und Banknoten. Ost werden aber auch (z …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Currency — (engl., spr. körrĕnßi), in England und Nordamerika das umlaufende Geld, bes. das Papiergeld. Currencyschule, Anhänger der vollen metallischen Deckung aller Banknoten, oder doch der Beschränkung des Notenwesens; Gegensatz: Bankschule, der die… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Currency — (Körrensi), in England das umlaufende Geld …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • currency — (n.) 1650s, condition of flowing, from L. currens, prp. of currere to run (see CURRENT (Cf. current) (adj.)); the sense of a flow or course extended 1699 (by John Locke) to circulation of money …   Etymology dictionary

  • currency — cash, *money, legal tender, specie, coin, coinage …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • currency — [n] paper and coin money of a country almighty dollar*, bills, bread*, cabbage*, cash, chicken feed*, coinage, coins, cold cash*, dinero*, dough*, folding money, green stuff*, legal tender, medium of exchange, moolah*, notes, piece of change*,… …   New thesaurus

  • currency — ► NOUN (pl. currencies) 1) a system of money in general use in a particular country. 2) the quality or period of being current …   English terms dictionary


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