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    Could someone please tell me if it is correct in English to say "assets in foreign currency will be converted into Dolars"; as opposed to exchanged or translated?
    Thank you.

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    Re: business

    Quote Originally Posted by holton View Post
    Could someone please tell me if it is correct in English to say "assets in foreign currency will be converted into Dollars"; as opposed to exchanged or translated?
    Thank you.
    Yes, it's fine. "Translated" is not correct, "exchanged" would be OK but with "for" not "into".

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