♦ currency

♦ currency /ˈkʌrənsɪ/
A n.
1 [cu] (fin.) moneta; valuta; divisa: Italy was in need of a stable currency, l'Italia aveva bisogno di una moneta stabile; to allow currencies to fluctuate, permettere alle valute di fluttuare; foreign currencies, valute (o divise) estere; in foreign currency, in valuta (o divisa) estera
2 [u] (fin.) circolante; medio circolante
3 [u] (fin.) circolazione (di monete)
4 (ass., fin.) periodo di validità, decorso (di un'assicurazione, di una cambiale, ecc.)
5 [u] (fig.) circolazione; diffusione: the currency of ideas, la circolazione delle idee; to gain currency, diffondersi; to give currency, diffondere; mettere in circolazione; to enjoy widespread currency, essere ampiamente diffuso; godere di grande successo
B a. attr. (fin.)
1 monetario; valutario: currency deflation, deflazione monetaria; currency depreciation, deprezzamento valutario (in regime di cambi flessibili); currency devaluation, svalutazione ufficiale (in regime di cambi fissi); currency grid, griglia valutaria; currency regulations, norme valutarie
2 cartaceo: currency circulation, circolazione cartacea
● (fin.) currency adjustment, conguaglio monetario □ (fin.) currency alignment, allineamento delle valute □ (econ.) currency appreciation, apprezzamento valutario (con regime di cambi flessibili) □ (fin.) currency band, banda valutaria □ (fin.) currency basket, paniere valutario □ (fin.) currency dealer, operatore in cambi; cambista □ (fin.) currency fluctuations, fluttuazioni valutarie □ (fin.) currency market, mercato delle valute □ (fin.) currency parity, parità monetaria □ (fin.) currency rates, tassi di cambio □ (fin.) currency risk, rischio di cambio □ (fin.) currency swap, riporto valutario (o in cambi) □ (fin.) currency transactions, manovre sulle valute □ (fin.) currency unit, unità monetaria; modulo monetario.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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