Definition of Kwachas

1. kwacha [n] - See also: kwacha



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kwachas

kvelled
kvelling
kvells
kvetch
kvetched
kvetcher
kvetchers
kvetches
kvetchier
kvetchiest
kvetching
kvetchy
kw
kwaai
kwacha
kwachas (current term)
kwagga
kwaggas
kwai
kwaito
kwanza
kwanzas
kwashiorkor
kwashiorkors
kweek
kwela
kwelas
kwerekwere
kwh

Literary usage of Kwachas

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1. African Economic Outlookby African Development Bank, African Development Bank Group by African Development Bank, African Development Bank Group (2006)
"In 2004/05, the government put in place a fertiliser subsidy at a cost of 3.3 billion kwachas. The objective was to allow farmers to obtain fertilisers ..."

2. Conspicuous Destruction: War, Famine, and the Reform Process in Mozambique by Human Rights Watch (Organization)., Human Rights Watch (Organization (1992)
"... with 40 kwachas, which corresponds to 2000 meticais, and returning to their unit that same night. 3. Following the footprints at dawn, the Malawian ..."

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