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The Toman (Persian: تومان‎‎, pronounced [tomɑn]), is a superunit of the official currency of Iran, the rial. Toman, derived from a Mongolian word meaning ten thousand (see tumen). It was divided into 10,000 dinar. Between 1798 and 1825, the toman was also subdivided into 8 rial, each of 1250 dinar. In 1825, the qiran was introduced, worth 1000 dinar or one tenth of a toman.

In 1932, the rial replaced the toman at a rate of 1 toman = 10 rials (i.e., 1 rial = 1 qiran). Although the rial is the official currency of Iran, Iranians employ the term 'toman', meaning 10 rials.

For example:

1000 Toman is equal to 10000 Rials. Nowdays people use Toman instead of Rials but officially you should use Rials. And sometimes people goes even furture and use 1 Toman instead of 10000 Rials.


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