- stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate) by legislation or market operations
"The weak currency was pegged to the US Dollar"
- pierce with a wooden pin or knock or thrust a wooden pin into
- I hung my hat on the peg.
- Where did you peg them up?
- I have to peg up the washing.
- Get down a peg or two!
- It is difficult to peg the direction of interest deregulation.
- I peg up the washing almost every day.
- I cannot peg up my clothes. It's too windy.
- It's the first time I peg up my clothes.
- The wooden pieces are fastened with a peg.
- The meaning of the 'dollar peg' is "stick with the strong countries."
- He might, however, have seen a wooden peg of a different size or color.
- For example, Pepperberg would show Alex an object, such as a green wooden peg or a red paper triangle.
- John and Cathy have different tastes and different characters. Trying to get them together is like putting a square peg in a round hole.
- In the midst of the dollar falling hard against the Yen and other major Eastern currencies the Chinese Yuan, with China effectively taking a 'dollar peg' policy, has become cheap.