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Pence

A subdivision of the British pound. A pound is divided into 100 pence. Its singular is penny. See also: Cent.
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The same answer, thirty pence, would correspond to "What is half-a-crown in pennies?" There were silver half-crown pieces, and slightly smaller silver florins (two shillings) equivalent to twenty-four pence.
The cheaper seats right in front of the screen were nine pence. It was three pence for a bag of chips, four pence for an ice-cream.
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