boliviano

noun
bo·​li·​vi·​a·​no | \bə-ˌli-vē-ˈä-(ˌ)nō \
plural bolivianos

Definition of boliviano 

: the basic monetary unit of Bolivia — see Money Table

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Turns out the market sells whole cars, too, as well as sugar cane juice, fried trout and brand new Lacoste polos for around 14 bolivianos, or about $2. New York Times, "Place 9 of 52: The Paradox of the Women of La Paz," 17 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of boliviano

1866, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for boliviano

American Spanish, from boliviano, adjective, Bolivian

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