Translation of forint in Spanish:

forint

florín húngaro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfɔrɪnt//ˈfɒrɪnt/

noun

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    florín húngaro masculine
    • We will buy forints in Hungary, zlotys in Poland and tolars in Slovenia.
    • The bad news is that the admission to the United sector is a hefty 12,000 forints.
    • Once the Hungarian forint goes, the markets will turn on the currencies of better-run economies like Poland and the Czech and Slovak Republics.
    • Plus, currencies in these markets have strengthened, meaning returns in Hungarian forints or Brazilian reals get a boost when rendered in dollars.
    • It's wrong to give so much money to a couple of historical films - 2 billion forints [8 million dollars] - and neglect new directors making films about contemporary subjects.
    • So you will still have to cope with the kroon, zloty, tolar and forint for a few years.
    • Until Hungary joins the Euro-zone in 2010, the legal currency is the Hungarian forint - although some restaurants and hotels will accept euros.
    • Here's 300 forints, get half a kilo and a beer for yourself.
    • On the downside, the South African rand declined 3%, the Hungarian forint 1.6%, and the British pound 1.3%.
    • It's just a bit too disparate, though, and not quite as beautiful as the Czech capital, and again we got very seriously ripped off by a taxi driver who insisted we'd given him 500 forints when actually we'd given him 5000.
    • We charge 49,999 forints for a plot on the Moon.
    • Now she works 12 hours a day collecting 40 Hungarian forints from every person who wants to use the toilets.
    • In Hungary, the forint came under severe pressure this year because of the rising state deficit.
    • The sentences, however, were later reduced, prompting the young victim in late July to seek a half-million forints in damages from the state.
    • On the upside, the Japanese yen gained 4.3%, the Hungarian forint 3.0%, the Iceland krona 2.9%, and the Indian rupee 2.0%.
    • The South African rand sank 7% and the Hungarian forint 4%.
    • Even the market for the Hungarian forint, a previously strong currency, this week faltered in illiquidity.
    • On the downside, the Iceland krona fell 2.4%, the Uruguay peso 1.6%, the Hungarian forint 1.4%, and the Polish zloty 1.4%.
    • Month-to-date, the Swedish krona, Hungarian forint, Czech koruna, and Norwegian krone have gained almost 5% against the dollar.
    • Among the birds - valued at 5.1 million forints - were yellow wagtails, field larks, sparrows and pipits.