Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. See Table at currency.

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  • n. złoty, the currency unit of Poland, divided into 100 groszy.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the basic unit of money in Poland

Etymologies

Polish złoty, golden, zloty, from złoto, gold.
(American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)

Examples

  • That means investors who own bonds denominated in Polish zloty, Hungarian forint and Czech koruna may face longer waits before their holdings benefit from conversion to the euro.

    Bloomberg

  • Mr. Belka said the exchange rate of Poland's zloty, which is about 2.8 to th e dollar, "doesn't make my heart beat faster."

    A Caution Against Currency Devaluations

  • Poland's central bank governor Slawomir Skrzypek recently called the zloty "a very good shock absorber."

    Greek Woes Dim Appeal of Euro Zone

  • The death of the governor won't affect the zloty, which is up 6 percent against the euro this year, or the country's financial stability, board member

    Bloomberg

  • The death of the governor won't affect the zloty, which is up 6 percent against the euro this year, or the country's financial stability, board member Anna Zielinska-Glebocka said in a phone interview.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • How can I find out what a Polish gulden (now called a zloty) was worth in

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • All in all, the zloty will be a key factor for the koruna in upcoming hours.

    FXstreet.com

  • Millennium bank is one of the first high street banks to react and will now expect customers to cover 35\% of the loan if they borrow in a foreign currency or 20\% if borrowing in Polish zloty.

    A Fistful Of Euros » A Fistful Of Euros

  • The dollar has gained a full 50% on Poland's zloty, meaning that $100 can now get you a $150 hotel room in Warsaw.

    Fifteen Cheap Countries To See In The Recession

  • Poland's zloty, meaning that $100 can now get you a $150 hotel room in Warsaw.

    Forbes.com: News

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