Origin of krone1
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Origin of krone2
How to use krone in a sentence
The Icelandic kroner was introduced in 1922 at parity with the Danish krona and has since then lost 95.95% of its value.
During the high season, rooms can run between 2,900 and 6,500 kroner, or a staggering $600-$1,300.
A dollar buys you about five Danish kroner, which is not a conversion in our favor.
You must buy tickets to enter Tivoli, which are 95 kroner, or approximately $20.
And if you do what I wish, I shall give you fifteen thousand kroner more.
"Ten thousand kroner—that is a large sum," said the gruff voice.
Egholm read the legend on the ticket—for a matter of a few kroner he could buy the camera thing outright.
Dear, good Lord, grant me—or only lend me—one hundred kroner; even fifty would do.
The gift was originally forty-two kroner altogether, that being the sum found when the box was opened.