Adjective "lev" definition and examples

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Definitions and examples


The basic monetary unit of Bulgaria, equal to 100 stotinki.
  1. 'The Bulgarian lev has therefore maintained its value against major currencies in real terms, which implies that the currency board arrangement is not in jeopardy from inflation pressure.'
  2. 'The appreciating of the lev against the US dollar pushed prices up in 2003, as dollar-denominated real estate trade switched to euro, at a one-to-one ratio, analysts commented.'
  3. 'The country operates under a restrictive monetary arrangement that pegs the lev to the euro.'
  4. 'He also said the rises were necessary given the exchange rate of the dollar against the lev, and the prices of the energy resources.'
  5. '‘The sum can be minimal - 50 stotinki or one lev if one wishes so,’ she said.'
  6. 'The statement that the Bulgarian lev is undervalued is in contradiction to statements from some economists that the competitiveness of the Bulgarian economy is increasing at a slower pace than those in EU countries.'
  7. 'According to trade union estimates, ‘every Bulgarian needs 100 levs a month to buy enough food to enable him or her to survive on 2,000 calories a day.’'
  8. 'Inflation looks set to top 10 per cent this year, but that's no surprise considering the high cost of oil and a strong dollar (given that Bulgaria's lev is linked to the euro).'
  9. 'At last Bulgaria had its own unit of currency - the lev, divided into 100 stotinki.'
  10. 'Bulgaria has allocated a million leva for the introduction of the new vaccines, Dikme said.'

More definitions

1. a coin and monetary unit of Bulgaria, equal to 100 stotinki.Abbreviation:L., LV.

More examples(as adjective)

"rates can be lev."

"falls can be lev."

"currencies can be lev."

"liquidities can be lev."

"rises can be lev."

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Bulgarian, variant of lăv ‘lion’.