tolar

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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]

to•lar

(ˈtɒl ər; Slovenian. ˈtɔ lɑr)
n.
the basic monetary unit of Slovenia.
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In just over a month's time, both Tolars resorted to using a gun when facing bad guys.
At the time of travelling we got approximately 315 Slovenian Tolars (SIT) to the pound sterling but from next year Slovenia will be switching to Euros.
However, when it came to paying for the hotel shuttle back to the airport, we had run out of Slovenian tolars and paid 10 euros each, which came to pounds 7.
6 million tolars is needed to finance a young researcher yearly.
In March 2004, Slovenia became the first transition country to graduate from borrower status to donor partner at the World Bank, and in 2007, the nation will switch from Slovenia tolars to the euro.
Many hotels and restaurants also quote prices in euro although you can withdraw Tolars from ATMs if necessary.
The latter was only due to Slovenia's non-euro currency, the tolar - currently around 325 tolars to the pound - having so many notes of small denominations.
Small enterprises have to fulfill at least two of the following three criteria: less than 50 employees, annual income of less than Slovene tolars (SIT) 200 million [U.
KAD also has a balance of more than 205 milliards of Slovene Tolars (approx.
640 Slovenian tolars for one euro on 28 June in the context of preparations for Slovenia's scheduled switch to the single European currency on 1 January 2007.