Part of speech: verb

To make into coins; stamp or mint; originate; counterfeit.

Part of speech: noun

A piece of metallic money; such money collectively.

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Usage examples "coin":

  1. The pure gold of the German temper could never be made into hard coin nor used to advantage. - "German Problems and Personalities", Charles Sarolea.
  2. They took out a gold coin and twenty roubles in notes. - "The Lady with the Dog and Other Stories", Anton Chekhov.
  3. But the silver coin will soon be ready. - "The Moghul", Thomas Hoover.