In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1also par of exchangeFinancetipo de cambio masculine
1.2also par valueFinancevalor nominal masculineat par (value) — a la par
- above/below par (value) — por encima/por debajo de la par
- The successful issuers of currency would be the organizations with reputations strong enough to maintain the market values of their securities at exact par.
- Each right allows subscribing a share with a par and issue value of one lev.
- Biddle actively pursued a policy of pressing state banks to redeem their outstanding banknotes at promised par or face value in specie.
- It will offer for subscription 2 100 006 shares with a par and issue value of 10 leva each.
- The exchange said IFCI would place the shares with IDBI at par and subject to central bank approvals.
2(in golf)par masculinethree under/over par — tres bajo/sobre par
- The third hole is a par 3, and, like clockwork, there's always a backup on that tee.
- They were 14 under par for four balls, but only level par for 36 holes of foursomes compared to England's 16 under.
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