Definition of Dominican peso

1. Noun. The basic unit of money in the Dominican Republic; equal to 100 centavos.

Exact synonyms: Peso
Terms within: Centavo
Generic synonyms: Dominican Monetary Unit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dominican Peso

Domaaki
Domain Name System
Dombrock blood group
Domenikos Theotocopoulos
Domesday Book
Domingo
Domingo de Guzman
Dominic
Dominica
Dominican
Dominican Republic
Dominican dollar
Dominican mahogany
Dominican monetary unit
Dominican order
Dominican peso (current term)
Dominicanism
Dominicans
Dominick
Dominicus
Dominion
Dominion Day
Dominique
Domitian
Domodedovo
Domokos
Don
Don Budge
Don Juan
Don Juans

Literary usage of Dominican peso

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1. Andean and Caribbean Basin Financing Directory (1994)
"In January 1991, the Dominican Government enacted a foreign exchange system that allowed the Dominican peso (RD$) to reach a floating exchange rate and ..."

2. Best Dives of the Caribbean by Joyce Huber (2006)
"Currency: The Dominican peso. US$1 = DOP 16.90 (variable). Change only as much as you think you'll need as most banks won't change it back to US currency. ..."

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