noun, plural pe·se·tas [puh-sey-tuh z; Spanish pe-se-tahs] /pəˈseɪ təz; Spanish pɛˈsɛ tɑs/.
Origin of peseta
Examples from the Web for peseta
A peseta for twenty words, including the address, is the uniform charge, every additional word being ten centimos.Spanish Life in Town and Country|L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
He had to have his peseta for the night's session at coffee and dominoes.Mayflower (Flor de mayo)|Vicente Blasco Ibez
This was "Elias," where we could dine excellently for the sum of one peseta fifty centimos apiece.Poor Folk in Spain|Jan Gordon
If I had only possessed a spare dollar or two, the thing would have been simple; but not owning a peseta, I had tremors.The Recipe for Diamonds|Charles John Cutcliffe Wright Hyne
Perhaps mon Americain won't think so much of his peseta bills.The Wolf Cub|Patrick Casey