What is the definition of "pence"?

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Pence refer to British bronze coins whose monetary value is one-hundredth of a pound. The term also refers to one cent coins whose value is equal to one-hundredth of a dollar.
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pence
[pens]
NOUN [BRITISH]
1.
a plural of penny; used in referring to a sum of money rather than to the coins themselves (often used in combination): sixpence; The fare was 15 pence.
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