[yoo r-uh-kom-yuh-niz-uh m, yur-] /ˌyʊər əˈkɒm yəˌnɪz əm, ˌyɜr-/
a form of Communism that developed in some western European nations independently of the Soviet Union.
the policies, doctrines, and practices of Communist Parties in Western Europe in the 1970s and 1980s, esp those rejecting democratic centralism and favouring nonalignment with the Soviet Union and China
[yoo r-uh-krat, yur-] /ˈyʊər əˌkræt, ˈyɜr-/ noun 1. a member of the executive and technical staff at the headquarters of the European Common Market. /ˈjʊərəˌkræt/ noun 1. (sometimes capital) a member, esp a senior member, of the administration of the European Union
/ˈjʊərəˌkriːp/ noun 1. the gradual introduction of the euro into use in Britain
[yoo r-oh-kur-uh n-see, ‐kuhr‐, yur‐] /ˈyʊər oʊˌkɜr ən si, ‐ˌkʌr‐, ˈyɜr‐/ noun, plural Eurocurrencies. 1. funds deposited in the bank of a European country in the currency of another country. /ˈjʊərəʊˌkʌrənsɪ/ noun 1. (sometimes capital)
/ˌjʊərəʊdɪˈpɒzɪt/ noun 1. (sometimes capital) a deposit of the currency of any country in the eurocurrency market