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coin
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
coin /kɔin/
  • danh từ
    • đồng tiền (tiền đồng, tiền kim loại); tiền
      • false coin: đồng tiền giả; (nghĩa bóng) cái giả mạo
    • to pay someone in his own coin
      • ăn miếng trả miếng
  • ngoại động từ
    • đúc (tiền); đúc (kim loại) thành tiền
    • tạo ra, đặt ra
      • to coin a word: đặt ra một từ mới
    • to coin money
      • hái ra tiền
    • to coin one's brains
      • vắt óc nghĩ mẹo làm tiền
Concise Dictionary
coins|coined|coiningkɔɪn
noun
+a metal piece (usually a disc) used as money
verb
+make up
+form by stamping, punching, or printing

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 specie, money, currency; change, cash, silver:
I have only a few coins in my pocket. As he had no notes he had to pay in coin.
v.
2 mint, stamp:
The US government has stopped coining silver dollars.
3 invent, create, conceive, originate, start, make up, fabricate, frame, concoct, think or dream up:
James Joyce coined the word 'quark'.
4 coin it in or US only coin money. earn or make money, become wealthy, enrich oneself, Colloq rake it in:
Those rock stars really coin it in from their record sales.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [C] a small flat piece of metal used as money: a pound coin
2 [U] money made of metal: notes and coin
Idioms see SIDE n., TWO
+ verb [VN]
1 to invent a new word or phrase that other people then begin to use: The term 'cardboard city' was coined to describe communities of homeless people living in cardboard boxes.
2 to make coins out of metal
Idioms: be coining it (in)
be coining money (BrE, informal) to earn a lot of money quickly or easily
Synonym: RAKE IN
to coin a phrase
1 used to show that you are aware that you are using an expression that is not new: Oh well, no news is good news, to coin a phrase.
2 used to introduce a well-known expression that you have changed slightly in order to be funny: Tasting is believing, to coin a phrase! (= the usual phrase is 'seeing is believing').
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

copper, gold, silver | antique, rare | commemorative | counterfeit, fake | penny, pound, etc.

VERB + COIN

issue | mint, strike
The first English gold coin was struck in 1255.
| flip, spin, toss
They tossed a coin to see who should go first.
| collect

COIN + VERB

be in circulation, circulate
Very few old 5p coins are still in circulation.
| clink, jingle
coins jingling in his pockets

COIN + NOUN

collector



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