Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A gold coin formerly used in Spain.

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Examples

  • Vaca te traen en una cuna un corralito de madera ay que no te acuna yo te veo pasar el instinto me dice es tu amiga corré corré sacala de esa cuna que la lleva el instinto que me dice es tu amiga comé comé te traen y yo te miro el camión dobla

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • Of the gold coins then in circulation the castellano or dobla de la vanda was worth 490 maravedis, and the ducado 383 maravedis.

    The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

  • DON GONZALO: En tal caso In that case look ved si es cabal y de paso and see if this coin is enough esa dobla y contestad. and answer on the way.

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • Taking the average of values, which varied considerably in different years of Ferdinand and Isabella, it appears that the ducat, reduced to our own currency, will be equal to about eight dollars and seventy-seven cents, and the dobla to eight dollars and fifty-six cents.

    The History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella the Catholic — Volume 1

  • Of the gold coins then in circulation the castellano or _dobla de la vanda_ was worth 490 maravedis, and the ducado 383 maravedis.

    The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Volume II)

  • From samba, rumba, cha cha and pasa dobla to nightclub two step, disco and jive, the heat is on as the selected dancers prepare for their premiere debut performance in October.

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