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  • noun Plural form of dinar.

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Examples

  • The local bank, with $100,000 in dinars, had no armed guards.

    Streetwise

  • The local bank, with $100,000 in dinars, had no armed guards.

    Streetwise

  • Under such condition the Hammam will still be at work and prosper exceedingly; but a thousand dinars is a Monarch’s gift, and not every man can avail to this.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Aswan Shabib, a spokesman for the project, says "the overall cost of the project is 522 billion Iraqi dinars, which is the equivalent of $450 million."

    Multi-Millon-Dollar Iraqi Sports Complex on Target for 2013 Opening

  • Aswan Shabib, a spokesman for the project, says "the overall cost of the project is 522 billion Iraqi dinars, which is the equivalent of $450 million."

    Multi-Millon-Dollar Iraqi Sports Complex on Target for 2013 Opening

  • In any case, it went off without a hitch and before it ended, the bank now is reporting the criminals got away with 1.4 billion Iraqi dinars, that is about the equivalent of $850,000 U.S. dollars -- Tony.

    CNN Transcript Dec 19, 2006

  • COOPER: Rym mentioned it, but should just point out that according to Iraqi TV Saddam Hussein awarded the dead suicide bomber two medals and apparently announced he would give the man's family $100 million dinars, which is about $35,000 U.S. dollars.

    CNN Transcript Mar 30, 2003

  • BLITZER: The Iraqi television is reporting tonight -- and I'll be precise -- that Saddam Hussein has given the suicide bomber in Najaf two medals, and said the man's family would receive 100 million dinars, which is about $35,000, from Saddam Hussein directly.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2003

  • Surely you can make everyone better off by printing trillions of "dinars" (the currency at the time) and give the economy some good old-fashioned stimulus … Right?

    Resource Investor - Main Content Feed

  • Surely you can make everyone better off by printing trillions of "dinars" (the currency at the time) and give the economy some good old-fashioned stimulus … Right?

    Resource Investor - Main Content Feed

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