Translation of florin in Spanish:

florin

florín, n.

Pronunciation /ˈflɔrən//ˈflɒrɪn//ˈflɑrən/

noun

  • 1

    (in UK)
    florín masculine
  • 2dated

    (in Netherlands)
    florín masculine
    • Traders could earn as much as 60,000 florins in a month - not a bad commission even by 20th century standards.
    • The currency is the Netherlands Antilles florin or ‘guilder ‘, with an exchange rate fixed to the US dollar: Naf1.75 = US $1.’
    • He was pleased to do this, and not only because it brought him an income of 20 florins a time (his annual salary was only 150 florins a year) but because his interest in astrology was life-long.
    • Ludwig provided 30,000 florins for the completion of the already advanced Ring cycle and granted Wagner an annual allowance of 8000 florins, with occasional top-up amounts in addition.
    • There were farthings, pennies, oxfords, crowns, florins, shillings, guineas, and pounds, among other divisions.
    • Other valuable coins include a 1943 florin worth a four-figure sum and a 1938 Irish penny which is extremely rare because only one has been found to date.
    • But maybe we can understand Bloom's florin as a fictional revenant if not an historical precedent.
    • In 1811 Peter Arnold Mumm, a successful banker and wine merchant, purchased the entire Schloss Johannisberg vintage for 32,000 florins.
    • Because of the high volumes of change that passed through my hands, every few days I'd find an old silver shilling, or a two shilling florin.
    • The artists were to stick closely to the agreed drawing, and the religious friar was to receive a very worldly payment of ‘one hundred and ninety gold florins ' for his labour.
    • Likewise, the Spannocchi family earned twenty florins from its palace's shops in 1488, while the Sansedoni family members shared the ownership of the shops in their palace.
    • A moderate work of value, say, 14 points earns 1400 florins.
    • There was also a florin, but the date cannot be discerned.
    • The latter suggested that he should immediately send Schuppanzigh the fifty florins subscription fee.
    • No more will the devil's mouthwash flood their coffers with shillings and florins.
    • They understood very little English, and the only coin of the realm which they recognised was the florin.
    • The answer is a lottery ticket, worth a million florins.
    • In comparison, a house along a canal in Amsterdam cost 10,000 florins in those days.
    • Netherlands Antilles florins are pegged to the US dollar.
    • If you managed to root out a florin or find some letters written by your great-grandparents during the euro changeover clearout, then you might be holding onto something more valuable than sentiment.
    • In one case, Zanobi successfully petitioned the board to order Galeasso di Lapi da Uzzano to pay an outstanding bill of 370 florins.
    • The days of fooling around with a rocket leaf or a piece of ‘exquisite’ meat the size of a florin, are gone.
    • Pontormo agreed to pay thirteen florins a year for Piero's house, testifying to the younger artist's increasing prosperity in the wake of important commissions like the Salone at Poggio a Caiano.
    • The estimated cost of maintaining the campaign in the Netherlands was 1.2 million florins / month, yet the military treasury received only one-quarter that amount from Spain.
    • Europe's policy-makers went through virtually every monetary name in the continent's history, with early favourites such as the florin and the schilling failing to make the cut.
    • The original patron's heirs sold the rights to the chapel to their neighbor Antonio Paganelli in 1487 for two hundred florins.
    • Money management is very important as well; nothing is more frustrating in this game than having to turn in prestige points to get money, unless it's losing the game by a point with 400 florins in front of you.
    • Material possessions and the means of measuring them by reference to groats, shillings or florins were forbidden in the Holy Parish.
    • There were the reported sins of Sister Cornelia of the Convent of Leuven, who was accused, tried and convicted of stealing 1,300 florins from a patient.
    • The Dutch offered 5,000 troops and 50,000 florins per month.
    • The record price of €127,000 was paid for an Anglo-Irish 1642 gold coin at Whyte's in 2000 and in the same year a 1943 florin, the two shilling piece, fetched €20,000.
    • Vallo believes these people, led by El Libre, will easily pay 50,000 gold florins for the huge stash of weapons.
    • At a time when an upmarket townhouse cost 5,000 florins, a single Viceroy, white striped with purple, changed hands for 3,500 florins.