CNY

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See also: CN¥ and cny

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CNY

  1. Chinese renminbi yuan

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This is a currency code used in the ISO 4217 standard.


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CNY (uncountable)

  1. (chiefly Singapore, Malaysia) Initialism of Chinese New Year.
    • 2014 February 6, “Chef Yong's Group Restaurants”, in Today, Singapore, OCLC 46474542, Dining Guide, page 71:
      Majestic Bay offers traditional CNY set menus (from S$388) as well as a CNY dim sum lunch set menu (S$68 per person).
    • 2019 February 5, Adrian Lim, “Multiracial CNY celebrations true to Singapore spirit: President Halimah”, in The Straits Times[1], Singapore, OCLC 8572659, archived from the original on 5 February 2019, in title:
      Multiracial CNY celebrations true to Singapore spirit: President Halimah
    • 2019 February 5, Lo Tern Chern, “Of CNY, angpows and fireworks”, in The Star[2], Malaysia, OCLC 456245673, archived from the original on 5 February 2019:
      Gone are the days of hustling through busy streets to shop for CNY goodies, because they can now be ordered online and delivered to your doorsteps.

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