Definition of Colones

1. colone [n] - See also: colone



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colones

colon distention
colon obstruction
colon pelvinum
colon sigmoideum
colon transversum
colonalgia
colonate
colone
colonel
colonelcies
colonelcy
colonels
colonelship
coloner
coloners
colones (current term)
colonette
colonettes
coloni
colonial
colonialism
colonialisms
colonialist
colonialistic
colonialists
coloniality
colonialization
colonializations
colonialize
colonialized

Literary usage of Colones

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1. Latin-American Year Book for Investors and Merchants for 1918- (1920)
"The bank was to procure the funds from the issue of 10000000 colones, authorized by the law of October 5, 1918, and by a loan not to exceed 2000000 colones. ..."

2. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"FINANCE 1962 1963 colones ... 31, 1961): External Debt 83.409,137 Internal Debt 53.336,350 TRADE 1061 1062 colones colones Imports »71100000 ..."

3. Proceedings of the First Pan American Financial Conference by Pan American financial conference (1915)
"... of this quoted rate of exchange is that at the high rate it takes 2.85 colones to buy $1, whereas in normal times only 2.15 colones). ..."

4. Bulletin of the Pan American Union by Pan American Union (1921)
"These bonds were sold for cash, to be paid for in bank certificates, American gold coin, or American bills, at the rate of 2 colones per dollar, ..."

5. The International Year Book edited by Frank Moore Colby (1903)
"... colones and 7448,120 colones respectively, and in 1901 to ... colones respectively. In 1901 the foreign debt was £2.080,000 ..."

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