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[Hungarian, from Italian fiorino, florin; see florin.]


(Hungarian ˈforint)
(Currencies) the standard monetary unit of Hungary, divided into 100 fillér
[from Hungarian, from Italian fiorino florin]


(ˈfɔr ɪnt)

the basic monetary unit of Hungary.
[1945–50; < Hungarian < Italian fiorino. See florin]
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Noun1.forint - the basic unit of money in Hungary
Hungarian monetary unit - monetary unit in Hungary
filler - 100 filler equal 1 forint in Hungary
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In Hungary, heavyweight telecoms group Matav, which has been sold recently by foreign investors due to the bearish international trend of technology and telecoms shares, was hit hard - losing 83 forints over the week to close at 1,937 forints on Thursday.