American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as manatee.
- n. The basic unit of currency for Azerbaijan; subdivided into 100 qəpik.
- n. The basic unit of currency for Turkmenistan; subdivided into 100 tennesi.
- n. the basic unit of money in Turkmenistan
- n. the basic unit of money in Azerbaijan
- Russian монета (moneta, "coin") (Wiktionary)
- Azerbaijani and Turkmen, from Russian moneta, coin, from Latin monēta, coinage; see money. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“** 1 manat is about as much as a euro, which is stronger than the dollar and thus does not go as far”
“When I arrived a bus waiting to go, but they wanted to charge me 5 manat (it should be 3).”
“Not one to put all my eggs in one proverbial basket, I always keep my American passport, along with credit cards and my American bank card in another location – however, my Azeri bank card, along with my Azeri passport, about 30 manat ($45) and 4 straight-faced passport photos of me were in there.”
“I wished I had taken the normal bus – or that I had paid the extra 2 manat for the bus that was leaving when I first arrived.”
“Excellent, I thought – not only would it be 3 manat, but I would get there 30 minutes sooner.”
“Then you realize that 5 manat for a taxi is really expensive, and you balk and shudder along with the locals about the ridiculous 30% inflation rate.”
“Exchange rates: Turkmen manat per US$ - 11,250 (2007), 11,100 (2006) official rate note: in recent years the unofficial rate has hovered around 24,000 to 25,000 Turkmen manats to the dollar”
“TurkmenistanTurkmen manat per US$ - 11,250 (2007), 11,100 (2006) official rate note: in recent years the unofficial rate has hovered around 24,000 to 25,000 Turkmen manats to the dollar”
“It has had the more immediate effect of wiping out the black-market currency trade, since the new rate represents such a devaluation of the manat.”
“Although local staff should by law be paid in Turkmen manat, most foreign oil companies pay their workers in US dollars.”
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