Adjective "koruna" definition and examples

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

Pronunciation

/ˈkɒrʊnə//kəˈruːnə/

Definitions and examples

noun

The basic monetary unit of the Czech Republic, equal to 100 halers.
  1. 'The Polish zloty jumped 3.3%, the South African rand 2.5%, Czech koruna 2.0%, and Hungarian forint 1.9%.'
  2. 'Month-to-date, the Swedish krona, Hungarian forint, Czech koruna, and Norwegian krone have gained almost 5% against the dollar.'
  3. 'Estonia, Lithuania, and Bulgaria rely on currency board arrangements, whereas the Slovak Republic has pegged the koruna to a basket of foreign currencies with fluctuation margins.'
  4. 'According to the company-commissioned study, premature deaths from cigarettes saved the Czech government between 943 million koruna and 1.19 billion koruna (between $23.8 million and $30.1 million).'
  5. 'He was fined a record 200,000 koruna and banned for 15 games Wednesday for criticizing a referee.'
  6. 'She is seeking damages of 1 million koruna, daily newspaper Lidove Noviny wrote.'
  7. 'On the downside, the Polish Zloty, Slovakia koruna, and South African rand declined 3%, while the Hungarian forint, Czech koruna, and Romania leu declined 2%.'

More definitions

1. an aluminum bronze coin and monetary unit of the Czech Republic, equal to 100 halers.Abbreviation:Kčs.

2. a monetary unit of Slovakia until the euro was adopted, equal to 100 halier.

More examples(as adjective)

"positions can be koruna."

"recentlies can be koruna."

"rates can be koruna."

"managements can be koruna."

"drops can be koruna."

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Origin

Czech, literally ‘crown’.