Similar words: france, franchise, franchisee, fragrance, enfranchise, lingua franca, frank, frankly. Meaning: [fræŋk] n. the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 centimes.
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(1) The French government has devalued the franc by 20 percent.
(2) The Swiss franc has remained surprisingly strong.
(3) The local currency is the Swiss franc.
(4) The franc is to be revalued.
(5) The franc had been under no pressure compared with the lira and the pound.
(6) Maybe Madonna is, like Cher, what director Franc Roddam calls' a genuine blue collar actress.
(7) But the franc will not cease to exist officially until midnight on February 17, 2002.
(8) But a spiraling deficit and weakened franc forced him to adopt austerity policies in 1983.
(9) I'd seen a 100 franc note on the mantelpiece at old Ma Scamp's place.
(10) The consumers' minister, Franc ois Patriat[sentencedict.com], said there was no justification for an immediate withdrawal of bone meal.
(11) In 1994 the magazine published pictures of President Franc ois Mitterrand's illegitimate daughter.
(12) They collected their pay in five franc notes in the evening and looked for ways of spending it.
(13) Not far franc Haidian he started seeing stars.
(14) The Swiss franc is a hard currency.
(15) Franc R. Joubins discovered the Blind River field.
(16) He proposes electing Franc to appoint a director.
(17) The 100 franc note features Alberto Giacometti, a 20th century Swiss artist.
(18) The Swiss franc has looked like the only paper currency that could act as a safe haven; a kind of Alpine gold.
(19) Such a rush drives up the mark - franc prices to the no - profit - opportunity point.
(20) The purpose was to halt the rise in the exchange rate of the Swiss franc.
(21) The margin between the two rates had been zero for several weeks, reflecting the strength of the franc.
(22) I shall invite them to join us in putting the pound, franc and lira into a new currency bloc.
(23) The French government tried to put a floor under the value of the franc.
(24) For some one like Giscard to insist that the franc is overvalued is virtually unheard of.
(25) The big danger would be a drop in the value of the franc.
(26) The government says it simply wants to make an early start to convince the markets of its attachment to the strong franc.
(27) But the speculators have tasted blood and could yet force a devaluation of the franc.
(28) French people were asked how they felt about the change from the franc to the Euro.
(29) Larger-than-expected spending cuts are being imposed to keep the franc stable.
(30) We have long argued that the Norwegian krone is a better safe haven play than the Swiss franc.
More similar words: france, franchise, franchisee, fragrance, enfranchise, lingua franca, frank, frankly, frantic, franking, fragrant, frantically, ranch, rancor, branch, trance, rancher, rancid, entrance, vibrancy, ignorance, branch out, utterance, tolerance, temperance, hindrance, assurance, severance, insurance, endurance.