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grosz

[ grawsh ]
/ grɔʃ /
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noun, plural gro·szy [graw-shee]. /ˈgrɔ ʃi/.
an aluminum coin of Poland, one 100th of a zloty.
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Origin of grosz

First recorded in 1945–50; from Polish, from Czech groš; see groschen

Other definitions for grosz (2 of 2)

Grosz
[ grohs ]
/ groʊs /

noun
George, 1893–1959, U.S. painter and graphic artist, born in Germany.
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How to use grosz in a sentence

  • “The danger is that you distract from the actual art-viewing experience,” said Grosz.

    The Art App Boom|Spencer Bailey|August 27, 2010|DAILY BEAST

British Dictionary definitions for grosz (1 of 2)

grosz
/ (ɡrɔːʃ) /

noun plural groszy (ˈɡrɔːʃɪ)
a Polish monetary unit worth one hundredth of a złoty

Word Origin for grosz

from Polish, from Czech grosh; see groschen

British Dictionary definitions for grosz (2 of 2)

Grosz
/ (ɡrəʊs, German ɡrɔs) /

noun
George. 1893–1959, German painter, in the US from 1932, whose works satirized German militarism and bourgeois society
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