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litas

[ lee-tahs ]
/ ˈli tɑs /
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noun, plural li·tai [lee-tey], /ˈli teɪ/, li·tu [lee-too]. /ˈli tu/.
a former silver coin and monetary unit of Lithuania, equal to 100 centai.
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Also lit [lit] /lɪt/ .

Origin of litas

From Lithuanian
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British Dictionary definitions for litas

litas
/ (ˈliːtɑːs) /

noun plural litai (ˈliːteɪ)
the standard monetary unit of Lithuania, divided into 100 centai
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