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doblón

[ duh-blohn; Spanish daw-blawn ]
/ dəˈbloʊn; Spanish dɔˈβlɔn /
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noun, plural do·blon·es [duh-bloh-neez; Spanish daw-blaw-nes]. /dəˈbloʊ niz; Spanish dɔˈβlɔ nɛs/.
a former gold coin of Spain and Spanish America, equal to two gold escudos.
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Origin of doblón

First recorded in 1620–30; from Spanish: see origin at doubloon

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British Dictionary definitions for doblón

doblón
/ (dəˈbləʊn, Spanish doˈβlon) /

noun
a variant spelling of doubloon

Word Origin for doblón

Spanish; see doubloon
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