- From Portuguese cruzeiro (literally "large cross"). (Wiktionary)
- Portuguese, from cruz, cross (from the figure on the coin), from Latin crux. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“One hundred cruzeiro bills were the smallest you usually ever saw; this were worth about 30 cents, and were called "contos".”
“Anyhow, even with some 1000 cruzeiro notes (worth about $3), but mostly in contos, the pay for Suliadora was a multitude of stacks of bills, bundled together with rubber bands.”
“And the currency was so devalued that the monetary unit, a cruzeiro, was not even worth a penny.”
“Stop my dear friends and think just for a second, cruzeiro has a triple crown, that's undeniable.”
“In a older post the fans of cruzeiro and atlético were arguing, who is the best and all that stuff.”
“Brazil's mandate to push for growth at any and all costs had driven the cruzeiro into the gutter.”
“The monetary unit is the cruzeiro and the official exchange rate in terms of the United States dollar has been 18.82 cr. to the $1. for many years.”
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“Um belo cruzeiro!!!!, dependendo de qual. esse com certeza nao esta nesta lista LINK DO 2º VIDEO: www. youtube.com”
“Um belo cruzeiro!!!!, dependendo de qual. esse com certeza nao esta nesta lista LINK DO 2º”
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