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austral2

[ous-trahl] /aʊsˈtrɑl/
noun, plural australes
[ous-trah-les] /aʊsˈtrɑ lɛs/ (Show IPA)
1.
a monetary unit of Argentina, equal to 100 centavos: replaced the peso in 1985.
Origin of austral2
< Spanish; see austral1
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British Dictionary definitions for australes

austral1

/ˈɔːstrəl/
adjective
1.
of or coming from the south: austral winds
Word Origin
C14: from Latin austrālis, from auster the south wind

austral2

/aʊˈstrɑːl/
noun (pl) -trales (-trɑːlɛs)
1.
a former monetary unit of Argentina equal to 100 centavos, replaced by the peso
Word Origin
from Spanish; see austral1
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Word Origin and History for australes

austral

adj.

1540s, from Latin australis, from auster (see auster).

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australes in Science
austral
  (ô'strəl)   
Relating to the south or to southern regions of the globe.
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