"Han hade tagit mina pengar."
Translation:He had taken my money.
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- coin = mynt (pl. mynt)
- note = sedel (pl. sedlar)
- the enkrona is the smallest denomination, one crown
- the tvåkrona is the second smallest coin, two crowns; no common colloquial term but that might be since it's a new coin, due in two months
- the femkrona is five crowns, colloquially femma
- the tiokrona is ten crowns, colloquially tia
A crown has a hundred ören (sg. öre), but the final coin with öre was removed from circulation only just recently.
- the tjugokronorssedel is twenty crowns, colloquially tjuga (which is also a kind of pitchfork)
- the femtiokronorssedel is fifty crowns
- the hundrakronorssedel is a hundred crowns
- the tvåhundrakronorssedel is two hundred crowns, alsoe due for release in October
- the femhundrakronorssedel is five hundred crowns
- the tusenkronorssedel is a thousand crowns, but rarely used for everyday transactions, and I don't think it's available through ATMs
All notes can be called [value]-lapp colloquially as well - tjugolapp, hundralapp, etc. And of course, there are LOTS of colloquial terms for money in general, as well as regional, sociolectal, and out-of-fashion uses. Making a complete list would be an exercise in futility. But hey, at least it's easier than Cockney rhyming slang. :)
Yep! But only Pound coins. 1p(pee) 2p 5p 20p 50p £1 (a quid) £2 ( 2 quid or 2 Pound.... these coins dont End up in your wallett so much but are very pretty) £5 (fiver) £10(tener) £20(twenty quid) £50(fifty quid but ive only had that note on Me twice in my 18 years of existence !) Basically anything can be called quid except£10 or £50 or anything less than a Pound . Thanks devalanteriel (Mr pingu man im sorry i butchered your name I wrote this on mobile and it goes crazy if i scroll up)