Hi, thanks for your help. What does “sin un duro” mean?
Dictation exercise C1
When the Spanish currency was in pesetas, un duro (a coin) was worth 5 pesetas.
I'm pretty certain that 'sin un duro' means to 'be broke', penniless. It is an informal way of saying that you haven't any money.
Hope this helps
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