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Use "kroner" in a sentence
"But the fact that the kroner is formally distinct means that you need to do some awkward math (1 euro is worth 7.44 DKK) to figure out that the Danish Macbook Pro is even more expensive than the French or German ones."
"However, operating profit fell 19% to 24.38 billion kroner from 30.17 billion kroner because of a 15% drop in natural-gas prices measured in Norwegian kroner, higher operating costs and an increase in unrealized profit on inventories of 1.9 billion kroner."
"They are in Danish kroner, but DKK 650 = US$100, DKK 1300 = US$ 200, etc."