Noun(1) formerly a gold coin of various European countries
(1) The calculations were done with the help of soldiers who were given a gold ducat for every mistake they found.(2) Ticket prices went up more than $3 to an average of $43.86 a ducat .(3) The fans shelled out $200 for a ducat to the game.(4) A ducat weighs about 3.5 grams so this coin would be more than a 17-ducat coin.(5) When it came Buddy's turn to use the ducat (the family couldn't afford tickets for everybody), he saw his first play ever - the comedy ├ö├ç├┐Turn to the Right.├ö├ç├û(6) First, thanks to quirks in their ticket distribution systems, I got shut out of Giants Division Series ducats but made it to all three games at the Coliseum.(7) You get a lot of functionality for your hard earned ducats .(8) By 1407, the Venetian government was paying all the expenses of the studio, had abolished competing schools in Treviso and Vicenza, and had instated a fine of 500 ducats for subjects who studied elsewhere.(9) It is simply an economic decision to wring a few more ducats out.(10) Though they despised Shylock, the two managed to swallow their pride long enough to petition him to loan them three thousand ducats , to be paid back as soon as Antonio's ships returned to port.(11) Think Not Think will no doubt be playing for more than handouts this time, so be sure to bring your hard earned ducats as they unveil their CD Point of View at the Urban Lounge on Thursday.(12) Bassanio, a noble but poor Venetian, asks his friend Antonio, a rich merchant, for 3,000 ducats to enable him to prosecute fittingly his suit of the rich heiress Portia at Belmont.(13) For example, Bonifacio was paid only between ten and thirty ducats per painting.(14) With new ducats in hand, I'm off to Grand Central Station.(15) In the previous year, the procurators had doubled the amount spent annually on the building to 2,400 ducats .(16) When, in 1409, King Ladislas of Hungary sold Zadar and its surrounding islands to Venice for 100,000 ducats , little did he know he was heralding a great cultural interchange.
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