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We found 49 words, 1 kanji, and 20 examples matching '幣'
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noun
staff with plaited paper streamers  (Shinto term)
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noun
reward; present; gift; offering to the gods  (archaic)
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1
noun
paper money; note; bill
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1
money; currency; coinage
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3
noun
mint bureau; mint
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ヘイ    cash   
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dilapidated   
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ぼく strike   
ragged   
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ショウ   こ-    お-    ちいさい small   
wide
キン   turban; cloth
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ひとびと
人々
もっと
じつようてき
実用的
こうかん
交換
せいど
制度
もと
その
けっか
結果
さまざま
様々
かへい
貨幣
せいど
制度
はってん
発展
した

People needed a more practical system of exchange, so various money systems developed.
かへい
貨幣
じんるい
人類
さいだい
最大
はつめいひん
発明品
ひとつこれまで
ばれてきた
じゅうぶん
十分
りゆう
理由
ある
It is without justification that money has been called one of the greatest inventions of man.
5ポンド
しへい
紙幣
です
Do you have a five-pound note?
つうか
通貨
すなわち
とうじ
当時
だれ
もち
いていた
かた
したが
えば
つうじょう
通常
おうこく
王国
ほうか
法貨
あた
える
わり
やと
ぬし
じゅうぎょういん
従業員
だいよう
代用
かへい
貨幣
あたえていましたそしてこの
だいよう
代用
かへい
貨幣
きんぞく
金属
だったり
だったり
あつがみ
厚紙
だったりしました
Instead of giving the money, that is the normal coin of the realm, which is the phrase that everyone used then, they would give them a token, and this token might be metal, might be wood, might be cardboard.
かれ
その
まず
しい
おんな
パンそのうえドル
しへい
紙幣
やった
He gave the poor woman some bread and a five dollar bill besides.
 
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