AUD definition

AUD means Australian Dollars, the lawful currency of Australia;
AUD means the lawful currency of Australia.

Examples of AUD in a sentence

  • We are instructing BNY Mellon to price FX transactions involving the currency pairs as specified below (please select one of the following): For FX transactions involving two Developed Market currencies: Developed Market currencies mean each of the following (ISO Codes): AUD, CAD, CHF, CZK, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, HUF, ILS, JPY, MXN, NOK, NZD, PLN, XXX, SEK, SGD, TRY, USD , ZAR.

  • Baclofen is not licenced as an approved treatment of AUD and its use is therefore “off label”.

  • Special Grades The following grades are not issued quality points and do not calculate into the GPAAUDAuditStudents will receive a designation of "AUD" on their permanent record which will not carry any academic credit because there is no measurement of the student's performance.IIncompleteAn “Incomplete” will be given at the discretion of the instructor and if approved by the Dean.

  • About 88% of debt is issued in the domestic currency (NZD) and the remainder is issued in AUD, GBP and USD.

  • Clinical research evidence is not clear about the most effective treatment setting for baclofen treatment but AUD patients may be treated in a range of treatment settings by clinicians with appropriate experience and training.

More Definitions of AUD

AUD means Australian dollars.
AUD and “A$” denote the lawful currency of The Commonwealth of Australia.
AUD or "A$" or "$" means Australian dollars;
AUD shall refer to the lawful currency of Australia.