American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
- Spanish guaraní, Guarani; see Guarani. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“* Ñanderu, em guarani, significa Nosso Pai; o Grande Espírito, o Criador. dedicated to the poets Carlos and Sônia Brandão”
“A couple weeks ago there was a board meeting with the mayor mostly all guarani people and therefore MASistas and supporters of the president Morales, and they decided that they wanted to kick out anyone who was against the president.”
“So, just like that, all those people are gone (and 28 is a large percentage of the people who work there), and by the end of the week new (probably mostly guarani people) are going to come and fill those positions.”
“For the record the tupi guarani language ñengatu, means "an easier language to be understood".”
“Paraguay: guarani per US dollar - 3,570.0 (January 2001), 3,486.4”
“Exchange rates: guarani per US dollar - 3,570.0 (January 2001),”
“Exchange rates: guarani (G) per US$ - 3.332.0 (January 2000), 3,119.1”
“Would you buy a promise to deliver ten million Paraguayan guarani ten years from now?”
“SportTV from Red Globo, in which not only the performance of Paraguay's team was undermined but that also showed the country's reality through a sarcastic lens, like its landlocked location, the "development area" that Ciudad del Este represents, the "value" of guarani currency in the international market (…)”
“They have accumulated savings of 3,575,470 Paraguayan guarani.”
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