Adjective "baht" definition and examples

(Baht may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/bɑːt/

Definitions and examples

noun

The basic monetary unit of Thailand, equal to 100 satangs.
  1. 'This would mean they would all have to get together to oust me from our 4 million baht love nest.'
  2. 'The further drop in the yen might weaken the baht to an unsatisfactory level.'
  3. 'One thing is for sure, I will put my last baht on the fact that none of the research team took either drug!'
  4. 'This is done over a beer and generally we stay on for the 195 baht Steak Night dinner.'
  5. 'But not a baht has had to be forked out in reward money because no one has been caught.'
  6. 'Then there is the likelihood of the baht slipping further against hard currencies.'
  7. 'Despite the momentum toward recovery, the baht is fragile and the stock market moribund.'
  8. 'Should the baht weaken further it is likely that local oil prices will continue to rise.'
  9. 'The government wants to see the baht stabilize, even if it will lead to a slight drop in exports.'
  10. 'The project will involve hundreds of millions of baht and hundreds of trucks and shuttle buses.'

More definitions

1. a paper money and monetary unit of Thailand, equal to 100 satangs.

More examples(as adjective)

"turnovers can be baht."

"rates can be baht."

"devaluations can be baht."

"funds can be baht."

"crises can be baht."

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Origin

From Thai bāt.