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So what IS the plural of 'Euro'?

Old Jan 12th, 2002, 03:45 AM
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So what IS the plural of 'Euro'?

Euro or Euros?
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 04:52 AM
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Euri ? ?

 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 05:21 AM
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oddly enough, euros.
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 05:21 AM
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Eurage.
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 06:28 AM
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Eurine
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 06:40 AM
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1 Euro + 1 Euro
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 07:11 AM
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one euro, two european.
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 07:20 AM
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For eg.

-The exchange rate for 88 American is a hundred European.

-This room costs a hundred european. It comes with free breakfast.

-The British refuses to convert to european. They prefer to be in pound.

- "Although it Italy Hertz, you can't rent an automobile with liar, sir. It has to be European now."

- Europeans will replace all old wrinkled money come Feb 17.
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 07:54 AM
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1 euro, 2 euros...1 euro cent, or just 1 cent, or 1 "centimeter"
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 01:40 PM
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plural id urins
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 01:48 PM
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Actually, even though it sounds funny to me, it was supposed to be "euro" in English in England, but "euros" in other places, and the EU uses "euros" on its own web site. That's the way you normally pluralize words in English and many other languages, I think "euro" would be odd. I think even though they decreed for some reason it should be "euro" in England, the Bank of Eng. added an s anyway, and now that's the way it's used there. I've read that, and here is their official document on plurals in various languages
http://europa.eu.int/euro/html/dossiers/00219/00219-en.pdf

An odd bit of trivia, but I think that the Lego company (they are Swedish or Danish, aren't they?) says that "Lego" is the plural of that toy, also, so maybe that explains why they were supposed to say "euro", also, for the plural. I mean, would you say that your kid had about 100 Lego?
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 01:58 PM
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The coming of the Euro was, quite amazingly, foretold in the title of a best-selling pop-psychology book, of all places. Remember Thomas Harris and Eric Berne's book about transactional analysis therapy: Imo K, Euro K?
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 02:20 PM
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Uri
 
Old Jan 12th, 2002, 02:25 PM
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octopi
 
Old Aug 13th, 2002, 04:12 AM
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"eurosees"
yur-oh-seas
 
Old Aug 13th, 2002, 04:25 AM
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Capo - *LOL* -- GTYR!!!!
 
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