Soldo



noun, plural soldi
[sol-dee; Italian sawl-dee] /ˈsɒl di; Italian ˈsɔl di/ (Show IPA)
1.
a former copper coin of Italy, the twentieth part of a lira, equal to five centesimi.
noun (pl) -di (-diː; Italian) (-di)
1.
a former Italian copper coin worth one twentieth of a lira

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