D-mark

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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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It should do something to revive the animal spirits of industrialists who have been contending with a pound worth more than three D-marks for more than three years.
German autoworkers earn 23 deutsche marks per hour in wages, but employers must pay another 21 D-marks in social benefits.
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