Definition of Rupiah

1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Indonesia; equal to 100 sen.

Terms within: Sen
Generic synonyms: Indonesian Monetary Unit



Definition of Rupiah

1. Noun. The unit of currency in Indonesia. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rupiah

1. a monetary unit of Indonesia [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rupiah

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runwaylike
runways
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rupee
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rupellary
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rupestral plant
rupestrian
rupestrine plant
rupia
rupia escharotica
rupiah (current term)
rupiahs
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ruption
ruptions

Literary usage of Rupiah

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1. Human Capital and Economic Growth in India, Indonesia, and Japan: A by Bas van Leeuwen (2007)
"... the Gross Fixed Non-Residential Capital Stock for Indonesia in current rupiah, population, and persons employed. ..."

2. The Politics of Post-Suharto Indonesia by Adam Schwarz, Jonathan Paris (1999)
"As with the Thai baht, the rupiah flotation only served to make matters worse. Instead of restoring confidence by improving export competitiveness, ..."

3. Indonesia Commission: Peace and Progress in Papua by Dennis C. Blair, David L. Phillips (2003)
"This total consists of 1.38 trillion rupiah from the "special autonomy allocation," another 400 billion rupiah from Jakarta under existing laws and local ..."

4. International Monetary Fund: Approach Used to Establish & Monitor Conditions by Susan S. Westin (2000)
"By October 1997, the rupiah hi depreciated significantly as the regional ... The sudden rise in the rupiah value of the foreign-currency-denominated loai ..."

5. Planet Geographyby Stephen Codrington by Stephen Codrington (2005)
"As cowrie shells lost value, cash in the form of Indonesian rupiah took their place. As the Dani people became involved in the cash economi,-, ..."

6. International Migration in Asia: Trends and Policies by Oecd (2001)
"The annualised rates record a significant decline of rupiah in 1997, ... The free-fall of the rupiah has led to a reduction in purchasing power, ..."

7. Labour Migration and the Recent Financial Crisis in Asia by Nihon Rōdō Kyōkai, Rōdōshō, Japan Rōdōshō, International Labour Organisation (1999)
"Surprisingly, and interestingly, the rupiah did not move much. ... With the rupiah improving in October 1998. Habibie's cabinet became more optimistic. ..."

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