"currency" Definition

  1. persons born in Australia are there termed CURRENCY, while natives of England are termed STERLING. The allusion is to the difference between colonial and imperial moneys, which it may be as well to remark have no difference so far as actual value is concerned.

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Position in the dictionary: 880 of 4022 slang words.
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