the basic unit of money in Malaysia; equal to 100 sen
The currency of Malaysia
Origin: for jagged
Ringgit mostly refers to the Malaysian ringgit, which is the local currency in Malaysia, but it can also refer to the Brunei dollar or Singapore dollar in the Malay language. The word ringgit was originally used to refer to the serrated edges of Spanish silver dollars widely circulated in the area before the introduction of their own currency.
The numerical value of ringgit in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of ringgit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of ringgit in a Sentence
This upset ranks up there with Brexit and the Trump election, i believe the ringgit will come under pressure as policy continuity will come under a cloud.
We expect prices will recover ... my expectation is palm oil futures are likely to recover to 2,700-3,000 ringgit until June, there's a lot of upward potential.
We need to do away with some of the unnecessary projects, for example the high-speed rail, which is going to cost us 110 billion ringgit( $ 28 billion) and will not earn us a single cent. That will be dropped.
The proposed debt-asset swap with IPIC hasn't been completed and there is no certainty that 1MDB would be able to cough out 18 billion ringgit of assets to swap the equivalent amount of debt with IPIC by June 2016.
We don’t see how exposing the scam to cheat the people of Malaysia of billions of ringgit can be construed as being detrimental to public and national interest, this is nothing more than a move to shut us down in order to shut us up.
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