noun, plural cen·ti·mos [sen-tuh-mohz; Spanish then-tee-maws, sen-] /ˈsɛn təˌmoʊz; Spanish ˈθɛn tiˌmɔs, ˈsɛn-/.
Origin of centimo
Examples from the Web for centimo
There is no hurry—nor time nor aching vertebr with them count one centimo.Unexplored Spain|Abel Chapman
Many a centimo would find its way from her pocket to his, and he would think her more motherly than ever.
Priest and peasant, the great lady and the gentleman who sells one a glass of water for a centimo, brush past each other.The Grey Lady|Henry Seton Merriman
Heaven be praised I have never been in actual want; and Juan knows that he has never in vain asked me to lend him a centimo.