Definition of Turkish lira

1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Turkey.

Exact synonyms: Lira
Generic synonyms: Turkish Monetary Unit
Terms within: Kurus, Piaster, Piastre



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turkish Lira

Turkish Republic
Turkish Sign Language
Turkish Van
Turkish Vankedisi
Turkish alphabet
Turkish bath
Turkish baths
Turkish boxwood
Turkish bread
Turkish capital
Turkish coffee
Turkish coffees
Turkish corsair
Turkish delight
Turkish delights
Turkish lira (current term)
Turkish monetary unit
Turkish pizza
Turkish saddle
Turkish tobacco
Turkish towel
Turkishly
Turkishness
Turkism
Turkisms
Turkistan
Turkmen
Turkmen SSR
Turkmen monetary unit
Turkmenia

Literary usage of Turkish lira

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Tate's Modern Cambist: A Manual of Foreign Exchanges and Bullion, with the by William Tate, Harry Tucker Easton (1908)
"1 Sterling; or Piastres 136]. exchange money 1 Medjid Piastres 23-15, or Turkish Lira Piastres 125. Bassorah or Basra reckons in ..."

2. National Accounts of Oecd Countries: Volume I, Main Aggregates, 1994-2005 by Oecd (2007)
"On 01 January 2005 the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey has introduced the New Turkish lira to replace the Turkish lira. One New Turkish lira is ..."

3. Bank Profitability: Methodological Country Notes by Oecd (2003)
"The Turkish lira was declared, in 1990, convertible with regard to Article 8 of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Banks are required to maintain a ..."

4. National Accounts of Oecd Countries: Detailed Tables by SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"On 01 January 2005 the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey has introduced the New Turkish lira to replace the Turkish lira. One New Turkish lira is ..."

5. Turkey by James Baker (1877)
""The current commercial medium of exchange is the gold coin, commonly called Turkish lira, divided officially into 100 piastres. ..."

6. Turkey in Europe by James Baker (1877)
"The current commercial medium of exchange is the gold coin, commonly called Turkish lira, divided officially into 100 piastres. ..."

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