Traducción de koruna en Español:

koruna

corona (checoslovaca), n.

Pronunciación /kəˈruːnə//ˈkɔrənə//ˈkɒrʊnə/

nombre

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    corona (checoslovaca) femenino
    • This will amount to an average of 50 korunas a month per patient, according to health ministry estimates.
    • The move has proved unpopular with the public in Slovakia, where the average monthly wage is 14 000 korunas.
    • 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.
    • Month-to-date, the Swedish krona, Hungarian forint, Czech koruna, and Norwegian krone have gained almost 5% against the dollar.
    • For instance, the Slovakian koruna hit a record high against the euro on Mar. 8.
    • One American, who obviously didn't want to join the queues, was fined 10,000 korunas when he tried driving across one of the closed bridges.
    • 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).
    • The leading currencies were the Swedish krona, Swiss franc, Norwegian krone, Czech koruna, Australian dollar, Danish krone, euro and New Zealand dollar.
    • She is seeking damages of 1 million koruna, daily newspaper Lidove Noviny wrote.
    • 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%.
    • In addition to Danish krone, there will be Czech korunas - and Slovak korunas too, for that matter.
    • He was fined a record 200,000 koruna and banned for 15 games Wednesday for criticizing a referee.
    • The Polish zloty jumped 3.3%, the South African rand 2.5%, Czech koruna 2.0%, and Hungarian forint 1.9%.
    • On the downside, the Polish zloty sank 4%, the Hungarian forint 2.6%, the Turkish lira 2.5%, and Czech koruna 2.3%.
    • On the downside, the Czech koruna fell 1.4%, the Polish zloty 1.2%, and the Norwegian krone 0.9%.