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florin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflorinflor‧in /ˈflɒrɪn $ ˈflɔː-, ˈflɑː-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 a coin that was used in Britain before 1971, worth about 10p
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florinIt had promised him 1000 florins a year in a year's time.His salary - 150 florins a year - was modest, but reasonable for a 16-year-old.It had over 20 performances in Vienna alone, and brought Mozart 1,200 florins in the first two days.A florin hovered in his hand and a look of indecision wrinkled his brow.In the early sixteenth century the family assets were estimated at more than sixty-three million florins.The florin and the ducat were seemingly equivalent coins, the former more used in Tuscany and the latter in Venice.
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