Ruble

Both the spellings `ruble` and `rouble` are used in English. The form `rouble` is preferred by the Oxford English Dictionary, but the earliest use recorded in English is the now completely obsolete `robble`. The form `rouble` probably derives from the transliteration into French used among the Tsarist aristocracy. There are two main usag...
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Ruble

• (n.) The unit of monetary value in Russia. It is divided into 100 copecks, and in the gold coin of the realm (as in the five and ten ruble pieces) is worth about 77 cents. The silver ruble is a coin worth about 60 cents.
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ruble

rouble noun the basic unit of money in Russia
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Ruble

Ru'ble noun [ Russian ruble .] The unit of monetary value in Russia. It is divided into 100 copecks, and in the gold coin of the realm (as in the five and ten ruble pieces) is worth about 77 cents. The silver ruble is a coin worth about 60 cents. [ Written also rouble .]
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ruble

the monetary unit of Russia (and the former Soviet Union) and Belarus (spelled rubel).[3 related articles]
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ruble

[n] - the basic unit of money in Russia
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