Malagasy words for money


Malagasy-English/English-Malagasy: Dictionary and Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebook)
by Janie Rasoloson

Amazon.com: Malagasy, the national language of Madagascar, has over 10 million speakers. This dictionary and phrasebook provides the traveller to this beautiful island with the means for basic communication, as well as an introduction to the country's culture. The compact guide includes a two-way bilingual dictionary with over 2,000 entries and a phrasebook containing all of the essential topics, from introductions and common phrases to accommodations, food and drink, weather and health, among many others.


Malagasy to English Dictionary: Words, phrases, translations: Introductions | Food | Accomodations | Travel | Communications | Shopping | Money | Health | Bureaucracy | Weather | Nature | Animals | Plants | Politics | Emergency | Time | Measures | Numbers

Where is the nearest bank? Aiza ny banky akaiky indrindra eto?
Where can I change some money? Aiza no afaka manakalo vola?
When is the bank open? Amin'ny firy banky no misokatra?
When does the bank close? Amin'ny firy banky no mihidy?
I want to change some dollars Saika hanakalo dolara aho
Can you give me some small change? Afaka manome vola madinika ve ianao?
What is the exchange rate today? Ohatrinona nu cours anio?
Your passport please Ny pasiparonao azafady
amount montant
bank banky
cash tolo-botsotra
cashier caisse
coins vola madinika
exchange rate cours,sandam-bola
dollar dolara
form taratasy fenoina
money vola madinika
payment vola
signature sonia
to buy mividy
to change manakalo vola
to pay mandao vola
to sign manao sonia
to trade manao varotra


Malagasy-English/English-Malagasy: Dictionary and Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebook)
by Janie Rasoloson

Amazon.com: Malagasy, the national language of Madagascar, has over 10 million speakers. This dictionary and phrasebook provides the traveller to this beautiful island with the means for basic communication, as well as an introduction to the country's culture. The compact guide includes a two-way bilingual dictionary with over 2,000 entries and a phrasebook containing all of the essential topics, from introductions and common phrases to accommodations, food and drink, weather and health, among many others.



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