yen for

yen for someone or something

to long for someone or something. I yen for a great big bowl of highly fattening ice cream. Frank yenned for Sally.
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dollar and the Japanese yen for a specified time period.
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224 billion yen for outstanding shares of the 5th series of preferred stock.
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Sony gained 320 yen to 13,300 yen, closing above 13,000 yen for the first time since July 29, 1998, when it had ended at 13,040 yen.
2 billion Yen for restructuring of affiliated companies and the return of payments to Japan's Defense Agency and the Defense Facilities Administration Agency, and non-recurring profit of 213.
93 billion yen for fiscal 1998 ended March 31, down from a 518.