Meaning of decimalization in English:


Pronunciation /dɛsɪməlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

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(also British decimalisation)

See decimalize

‘They have been adept at adjusting to changes that had been widely expected to cut into their livelihood - ranging from the end to fixed commissions in 1975 to decimalization.’
  • ‘As a country with some recent experience of currency change, the UK should remember the inflationary aspects of decimalisation in 1971.’
  • ‘It is the UK's biggest consumer project since decimalisation.’
  • ‘The rollout, which is being billed as the biggest UK financial changeover since decimalisation, will happen simultaneously across the country and not region by region.’
  • ‘He is confident that the new currency is being so well regulated that the difficulties faced by people adapting to decimalisation will not happen with the €uro.’