- n. Plural form of rupee.
“One lakh rupees is 100,000 rupees, which is about $2100 in US dollars.”
“I earn in rupees, but I am spending in euros and dollars”
“A further 150 million rupees-200 million rupees is likely to be invested on these brands in October-December, the company said.”
“Banks borrowed a huge 1.31 trillion rupees from the RBI's repo window Friday, much higher than last week's 634.47 billion rupees average.”
“The Queen's coin known in Kandahar as Kaldar rupees is melted and coined into Kabuli and Kandahar rupees.”
“Rawlinson's surreptitious gathering of Company rupees from the local economy was successful in the sense that he achieved that end without his scheme becoming known by the local Hindki community, but it was apparently incomplete in terms of having acquired the necessary amount.”
“Yes, there is the issue of outsourcing jobs - we know that it's a lot cheaper to pay "Robbie" and his colleagues in rupees than in dollars - but why hide behind such a transparent cover?”
“We sent the wheat and India created a counterpart fund of approximately its equivalent value in rupees, some at least of which she will obtain by the sale of the wheat to her Indian distributors.”
“* Ben writes, "I am not sure over what time period the 10,000 rupee minimum wage is - 10,000 rupees translates to about US$120.”
“In India, a brand called Super-Max holds the lead in double-edge blades, which cost roughly 1.5 to 2 rupees, which is half of the cost of even Gillette Guard.”
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