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tolar

[ tol-er; Slovenian taw-lahr ]
/ ˈtɒl ər; Slovenian ˈtɔ lɑr /
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noun

the basic monetary unit of Slovenia until the euro was adopted, equal to 100 stotins.

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Origin of tolar

First recorded in 1990–95; from Slovenian, from German Taler; see origin at dollar
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British Dictionary definitions for tolar

tolar
/ (ˈtɒlɑː) /

noun plural tolarji (ˈtɒlɑːjɪ)

the standard monetary unit of Slovenia, divided into 100 stotin

Word Origin for tolar

C20: Slovene, from German Taler dollar
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