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give currency (to something)

to spread a story around. (With a negative if there is doubt about what is said.) I can't give any currency to anything Ralph Jones says. We give no currency to those stories. His actions gave currency to the rumor that he was about to leave.
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The equity pool consisted of both the earnings of the QBU and contributed capital, and was maintained in the functional currency of the QBU.
To me, these are much more important things to do than opening tip the currency regime prematurely.
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Counterfeiting has been kept at low levels through a combination of improvements in security features, aggressive law enforcement, and education efforts to inform the public about how to check their currency.
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As this scene exploded in Bangkok, hundreds of young currency traders jabbered into their telephones around the world selling baht to anyone who would buy.
In Ireland, which will be part of the euro zone, a group calling itself ``Citizens for Keeping the Irish Punt'' demands officials ``break the link with the euro and re-establish a national currency.
Bartering networks, local exchange trading systems and radical approaches like locally - instead of federally - issued currency allow one to largely sidestep dollar bills and credit cards.
On the other hand, this currency can't be costly to produce.
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This external laissez-faire stance is justified economically for each of the three major currency issuers--the United States, Japan, and the eurozone--since the exchange rate does not have a significant effect on domestic price levels or growth rates until large misalignments are sustained.