from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
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- n. The currency of Ghana, divided into 100 pesewas and represented by ₵.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the basic unit of money in Ghana
Cocoa purchases are made in cedi, meaning the syndicated funds would be available to the central bank to improve the country's foreign reserve position, Duffuor said.
(and each hotel room was 30 cedi which is about the equivalent to $24-$25) with breakfast included.
She shows the woman her cedi, this Monopoly money.
The truck jolts forward and the children scramble, having made not a cedi.
As a new middle class aspires to buy foreign luxury products, imports have doubled since 2006, weighing down the Ghanaian currency, the cedi.
The dollar, for instance, has gained 1% against Ghana's cedi this month.
It would be called the Ghana cedi, replacing the old currency, called simply the cedi, the Twi word for cowrie shell and a legal form of currency prior to the arrival of the British.
We slipped the gambarana 50,000 cedi notes, then worth about five dollars, and he sat unsmiling as we took several snapshots in the dimly lit room.
Ghana put in circulation on Tuesday its new currency, the new cedi, although the old money will still be valid until the end of the year.
One cedi is divided into one hundred pesewas, but due to inflation no coins with a denomination lower than 10 cedi are currently in use.
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