Definitions

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  • n. A state currency formerly used by the Republic of Slovenia between 1991 and 2006, divided into 100 stotins.

Etymologies

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From German Thaler ("valley"). Compare dollar.

Examples

  • Lately, being more focused on the obscure, ancient Northern Italian languages previously mentioned, I've noticed a Venetic verb variously spelled toler, tolar or tuler, and translated as a 3ps form of 'to bring'.

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • Currency (code): euro (EUR) note: on 1 January 2007, Slovenia's currency became the euro; both the tolar and the euro were in circulation from 1 January until 15

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Slovenia euro (EUR) note: on 1 January 2007, Slovenia's currency became the euro; both the tolar and the euro were in circulation from 1 January until 15

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Slovenia must press on with privatization, enterprise restructuring, institution reform, and liberalization of financial markets, thereby creating conditions conducive to foreign investment and the maintenance of a stable tolar.

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

  • Currency (code): euro (EUR) note: on 1 January 2007, the euro became Slovenia's currency; both the tolar and the euro were in circulation from 1 January until 15 January 2007

    Slovenia

  • Sloveniaeuro (EUR) note: on 1 January 2007, the euro became Slovenia's currency; both the tolar and the euro were in circulation from 1 January until 15 January 2007

    Currency (code)

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