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tolar

(ˈtɒlɑː)
n, pl tolarji (ˈtɒlɑːjɪ)
(Currencies) the standard monetary unit of Slovenia, divided into 100 stotin
[C20: Slovene, from German Taler dollar]
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to•lar

(ˈtɒl ər; Slovenian. ˈtɔ lɑr)
n.
the basic monetary unit of Slovenia.
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