D-mark

D-mark

or D-Mark (dē′märk′)
n.
Informal A deutsche mark.

[German.]

D-mark

or

D-Mark

n
(Currencies) short for (the former) Deutschmark

D-mark

or D-Mark

(ˈdiˌmɑrk)
n.
a German mark; Deutsche mark.
Translations

D-mark

[ˈdiːmɑːk] N ABBR =DeutschmarkDM m

D-Mark

n (Hist) abbr of DeutschmarkD-Mark f
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My view is that Italy can escape the trap only through the electro-shock of a 30pc devaluation against the D-mark states, a 50 per cent debt haircut and fiscal expansion behind temporary capital controls -- in other words, an IMF-style programme once it leaves the euro.
Hailed as the "guardian of the D-Mark," Tietmeyer played a crucial role in preparations for the establishment of the European Central Bank.
Five-euro coin valid only in Germany taps into D-Mark nostalgia
The starting capital was 100,000 D-Mark, the family car served as a pawn.
Following the demise of the Wall, Nooteboom listens to discussions regarding unification: those who advocated immediate unification were accused of "D-Mark nationalism," while those who favored a more gradual process were labeled "constitutional patriots." As he rightly observes, this was an idle, "intellectual" debate because people's real concern was whether there would be jobs or not.
Instead, capital has recently been flowing into Denmark as investors try to find an escape from the euro, and the Danish central bank has been compelled to lower interest rates to a level below the euro for the first time since the Danish krone was pegged to the D-mark in the early 1980s.
Top in doubles were Class A-Kelly Mitchell, B-Bob Singlestad, C-Ken Buchholz, and D-Mark Gherardena.
D-Mark specializes in the manufacture of activated carbon air filters and specialized filter media for the control of fumes, odors and gaseous pollutants.
They were running on empty, they explained, and the garage on the corner refused to take their 1,000 D-mark note, the only money they had.