Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Peruvian silver coin, the tenth of a sol, or about one United States dime.
- n. A Spanish coin, the denier.
- n. informal terms for money
“Of course, having his name floated might result in the promise of mucho dinero from the NRSC for the re-election campaign, and the White House might be circulating it just to see how the GOP Senate leadership reacts.”
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“A few more gringos and some extra dinero are always welcome.”
“dinero' [money], and the meaning in that case might be, that the”
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“Some suspected and ultimately discovered it was his way of keeping gringos out of his hamlet because there numbers and dinero made everything in “his” peaceful little hideaway to popular, congested, and more important the prices of everything around “his little town” were now just getting ridiculous.”
“Maybe spend some dinero on an attorney so you'll know you did it right.”
“If someone persists, we say "Lo siento, pero no tengo dinero.”
“I have accounts with Bancomer here and in the US but I do not keep much dinero in either one. cindyblu”
“Let's face it, from the late nineties until about 2005 they had exponentially increasing tax revenue or as we say in Miami - "coÃ±o como tenÃan dinero".”
“Let's face it, from the late nineties until about 2005 they had exponentially increasing tax revenue or as we say in Miami - "coño como tenían dinero".”
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