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  • a  used especially of currencies; incapable of being exchanged for or replaced by another currency of equal value
  • s  not capable of being changed into something else
    the alchemists were unable to accept the inconvertible nature of elemental metals

  • In China, the capitalist Communists crouch behind their new Great Wall, an inconvertible yuan, only to struggle with an economic rot that cannot stay .
  • Nevertheless, Norway announced last week that the new flagship of its merchant marine, the Oslofjord, is a peace ship and inconvertible to war purposes.
  • With the dollar inconvertible into gold, Europe's finance ministers and central bankers see few feasible alternatives to controls.

  • Chris Skrebowski in Wall Street Journal
    The IEA is always conflicted by political pressures,said Chris Skrebowski, a London-based oil analyst who keeps his own database on big petroleum projects around the world. "In this case I think they want to make as inconvertible as...

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