Teuro

Teuro

In Germany, a slang term for euros when describing something that costs a great deal. The term combines "euro" and the German word "teuer," which means expensive.
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Qureshi was also scheduled to meet Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship League Chairman Seishiro Eto and Japan-Pakistan Business Cooperation Committee Chairman Teuro Asada.
During the visit, the Foreign Minister will hold important discussions/meetings with various Japanese dignitaries including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Foreign Minister Taro Kono, Chairman Japan-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship League (JPPFL), Seishiro Eto and Chairman Japan-Pakistan Business Cooperation Committee (JPBCC) Teuro Asada, a foreign office statement issued here on Tuesday.
In Germany, it was nicknamed the ''teuro'', a pun on the German word for expensive.
RYAN BERTRAND is hoping his flying start to Southampton will help him secure a seat on tEuro 2016.
Dan Childs bestb ets ont he international coupon GERMANY will be one of the strongestteamsonshow a tEuro 2012buttheymaysufferarare defeat when they take on Switzerland inBasletonight.
An article published in the finances section of the Focus Online Magazine with the headline "Der 'Teuro' ist ein Marchen" (Siemens) shall be examined concerning the holeme 'Teuro'.
In Germany they call the euro the "teuro" - from the German word that means bloody expensive, and they have a staggering 11.6 per cent unemployment.
Germans call the euro the "teuro" ("teuer" being their word for "expensive") and believe, rightly or wrongly, that the currency switch was used by some producers and retailers to hike prices.
In Germany, theeuro's nickname is the Teuro, their word for expensive.
Teuer which in Germany means 'expensive' has lent itself to a new word - the euro is now known throughout Germany as the Teuro. People in their millions are now cutting back on their buying of basic foods.