Examples of banknote in a Sentence
the new nation immediately printed up its own banknotes
Recent Examples of banknote from the Web
Swiss take top place in world banknote competition (again).
Negative rates would be easier to implement, especially if high-denomination banknotes were abolished.
Finally, children will receive monetary gifts in the form of fresh banknotes from their parents and other adult family members — again, in keeping with the overarching theme of getting a fresh start.
This resulted in the central bank printing banknotes with a face value of 100 trillion Zimbabwe dollars.
Try using the banknotes printed in Northern Ireland on the mainland.
McWilliams said India’s growth had been slowed by restrictions on high-value banknotes and a new sales tax, a view shared by economists polled by Reuters.
Yet Austen was not the first choice to grace the banknote.
That calculation uses de Vries' estimates, near the upper bounds for bitcoin's energy usage, and the most common euro bill in circulation, the 50 euro banknote.
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BANKNOTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of banknote for English Language Learners
: a piece of paper money
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