n. 美元；元 (美國、加拿大、澳大利亞以及其他一些國家的貨幣單位)
- a piece of paper money worth one dollar
- a symbol of commercialism or greed;
"he worships the almighty dollar"
"the dollar sign means little to him"
- the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
- a United States coin worth one dollar;
"the dollar coin has never been popular in the United States"
The dollar eased against the mark.
But the dollar may not be weak enough for that-even against the yen.
The dollar declined on the open market.
It was Smith who brokered the multimillion dollar deal between the two companies.
Recent renewed surge of the dollar has helped send the pound and the French franc to new lows.
The dollar should be backed by gold and silver, so we have hard money.
The pound stayed firm against the dollar in London.
If the supply and demand condition is stable, then gold and the dollar have an inverse relationship.
For now, at least, their dollar purchases are an unalloyed bad thing from America「s point of view.
Of course the dollar is not the only currency in the world that matters.
But that is the effect of relative dollar depreciation.
The dollar index is already down over 10% since June.
One dollar an hour.
You」ll have to answer for where every dollar goes.