# mille dinars (1.000.000TD)

## English translation: one thousand dinars

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 French term or phrase: mille dinars (1.000.000TD) English translation: one thousand dinars Entered by:

 17:25 Nov 6, 2003
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
 French term or phrase: mille dinars (1.000.000TD) not exactly a language question, but I don't know where else to find this out. Clearly the written amount does not to my mind correspond to the number given in figures, as is the case throughout this Tunisian judgment. Is this just a way of rendering amounts in figures peculiar to Tunisia? I'd really like to know out of interest. Anyone out there familiar with matters Tunisian?
 Local time: 11:44
 one thousand dinars Explanation:It is 1000 dinars. Tunisian dinar (1 dinar = 1000 millimes) Hence 1.000.000. Like \$1.000.00--------------------------------------------------Note added at 2003-11-06 17:32:31 (GMT)--------------------------------------------------The problem is that they use the same signal for the thousands as for the decimals. Normally it would be 1,000.000.--------------------------------------------------Note added at 2003-11-06 17:32:49 (GMT)--------------------------------------------------The problem is that they use the same signal for the thousands as for the decimals. Normally it would be 1,000.000.
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Stephen McCann
Spain
Local time: 12:44
 Thanks for such a quick and helpful answer, Stephen. I thought that must be the case but found it rather odd. Thanks to the other two for responding as well.4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

5 +6one thousand dinars
5 +1a thousand but...
 Graciela Carlyle
5www.xe.comxxxKitti Moonli

Discussion entries: 1

5 mins   confidence: peer agreement (net): +6
one thousand dinars

Explanation:
It is 1000 dinars.
Tunisian dinar (1 dinar = 1000 millimes)
Hence 1.000.000.
Like \$1.000.00

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Note added at 2003-11-06 17:32:31 (GMT)
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The problem is that they use the same signal for the thousands as for the decimals. Normally it would be 1,000.000.

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Note added at 2003-11-06 17:32:49 (GMT)
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The problem is that they use the same signal for the thousands as for the decimals. Normally it would be 1,000.000.

Reference: http://www.hotels-tunisiens.com/Tunisia/tunisia_map_hightlig...
 Stephen McCannSpainLocal time: 12:44Native speaker of: English, SpanishPRO pts in pair: 16
 Thanks for such a quick and helpful answer, Stephen. I thought that must be the case but found it rather odd. Thanks to the other two for responding as well.

agree
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agree
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agree
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agree
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agree
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agree  Jean-Luc Dumont: de 50,001 à 100, 000 = à partir de 50,01 à 100,00 - le deuxième point ici -en FR- devrait être une virgule - voir tableau http://www.infocom.tn/tarification/sce_fin1.htm
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9 mins   confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
a thousand but...

Explanation:
Kate,
I'm not familiar with Tunisian matters really, but "mille" is definitely "a thousand" and numbers are numbers!
I would go straight to the client to clarify because I'm sure there must be a mistake.
Good look,
Grace.

 Graciela CarlyleUnited KingdomLocal time: 11:44Native speaker of: SpanishPRO pts in pair: 4

agree  esma: I`m sure there is a mistake, I`m very familiair with Tunisian matters, and this does not match at all with the figures, you should ask your client.
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14 mins   confidence:
www.xe.com

Explanation:
This website offers up-to-date conversion rates. They don't have Tunisian Dinars listed, although they do have Algerian Dinars if you wanted to check that out.

 xxxKitti MoonliLocal time: 12:44Native speaker of: English

neutral
 9 mins
-> Thanks, I didn't realise this part of xe existed.

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