[puh-sey-tuh; Spanish pe-se-tah] /pəˈseɪ tə; Spanish pɛˈsɛ tɑ/
noun, plural pesetas
[puh-sey-tuh z; Spanish pe-se-tahs] /pəˈseɪ təz; Spanish pɛˈsɛ tɑs/ (Show IPA)
a bronze coin and monetary unit of Spain and Andorra until the was adopted, equal to 100 centimos.
Abbreviation: P., Pta.
a former silver coin of Spain and Spanish America, equal to two reals; pistareen.
a former monetary unit of Equatorial Guinea: replaced by the ekuele in 1973.
/pəˈseɪtə; Spanish peˈseta/
the former standard monetary unit of Spain and Andorra, divided into 100 céntimos; replaced by the euro in 2002
[pey-sey-wah] /peɪˈseɪ wɑ/ noun, plural pesewa, pesewas. 1. a bronze coin and monetary unit of Ghana, the 100th part of a cedi. /pɪˈseɪwɑː/ noun 1. a Ghanaian monetary unit worth one hundredth of a cedi
[pe-shah-wer] /pɛˈʃɑ wər/ noun 1. a city in N Pakistan, near the Khyber Pass: capital of the former North-West Frontier province. [nawrth-west, -west] /ˈnɔrθˌwɛst, -ˈwɛst/ noun 1. a province in Pakistan, bordering Punjab and Kashmir on the west: a former province of British India. 28,773 sq. mi. (77,516 sq. km). Capital: Peshawar. /pəˈʃɔːə/ noun 1. […]
- Pes hippocampi
pes hippocampi pes hip·po·cam·pi (hĭp’ə-kām’pī) n. The anterior thickened extremity of the hippocampus.
[puh-shee-tuh] /pəˈʃi tə/ noun 1. the principal Syriac version of the Bible. /pəˈʃiːtə/ noun 1. the principal Syriac version of the Bible