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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
cur•ren•cy /ˈkɜrənsi, ˈkʌr-/USA pronunciation   n., pl.  -cies. 
  1. Currencymoney in circulation as a medium of exchange in a country: [uncountable]Where can I exchange my foreign currency?[countable]At that time the Japanese yen was a very strong currency compared to the American dollar.
  2. general acceptance;
    prevalence;
    vogue:[uncountable]That story gained greater currency as time went on.
See -cur-.
WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2019
cur•ren•cy  (kûrən sē, kur-),USA pronunciation n., pl.  -cies. 
  1. Currencysomething that is used as a medium of exchange;
    money.
  2. general acceptance;
    prevalence;
    vogue.
  3. a time or period during which something is widely accepted and circulated.
  4. the fact or quality of being widely accepted and circulated from person to person.
  5. circulation, as of coin.
  • Medieval Latin currentia. See current, -ency
  • 1650–60


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

currency /ˈkʌrənsɪ/ n ( pl -cies)
  1. a metal or paper medium of exchange that is in current use in a particular country
  2. general acceptance or circulation; prevalence
  3. the period of time during which something is valid, accepted, or in force
  4. Austral slang (formerly) the native-born Australians, as distinct from the British immigrants
  5. (as modifier): a currency lad
Etymology: 17th Century: from Medieval Latin currentia, literally: a flowing, from Latin currere to run, flow



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