NounCurrency (countable and uncountable; plural currencies)
- Money or other item used to facilitate transactions.
- (more specifically) Paper money.
- a countable unit which symbolize real value
- Acceptance or use.
- The state of being current.
Adjectives for Currency
spurious; immediate; crisp; special; separate; valueless; tropical.
Verbs for Currency
accept—; adopt as—; coin—; counterfeit—; debase—; deflate—; depreciate—; exchange for—; guard—; honor—; innate—; issue—; legalize—; rate—; recall—; stabilize—; stamp out—; tender—; value—; —changes; —wobbles.
money, necessity money, needful, normality, notoriety, ordinariness, pelf, plug, popularity, postage currency, postal currency, pounds, press notice, prevalence, public eye, public knowledge, public relations, public report, publicity, publicity story, publicness, puff, rampantness, reclame, reign, report, rifeness, routineness, run, scrip, shillings, silver, soft currency, specie, spotlight, standardness, sterling, stylishness, sweepingness, the almighty dollar, the wherewith, the wherewithal, usualness, voguishness, widespreadness, write-up, PR, and pence, averageness, ballyhoo, blurb, bon ton, bright light, cash, celebrity, circulating medium, coin, coinage, coined liberty, cold cash, common knowledge, commonality, commonness, commonplaceness, cry, daylight, dollars, dough, eclat, emergency money, exposure, extensiveness, fame, famousness, fashionableness, filthy lucre, fractional currency, generality, glare, gold, habitualness, hard cash, hard currency, hoopla, hue and cry, legal tender, lettuce, limelight, lucre, mammon, managed currency, maximum dissemination, medium of exchange, mintage, modishness,