unofficial exchange rate

unofficial exchange rate
unofficial exchange rate unofficial exchange rate exchange rate

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unofficial exchange rate UK US noun [C] ECONOMICS, FINANCE
a rate for exchanging one currency for another that is not decided by a government, but that people use, often illegally: »

A gallon of gas costs 6.3 cents at the pump at the unofficial exchange rate.


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