A flat, typically round piece of metal with an official stamp, used as money
Money in the form of coins
large amounts of coin and precious metal
he showed me how we could make a lot of coin
One of the suits in some tarot packs, corresponding to pentacles in others
a flat metal piece (usually a disc) used as money
make up; "coin phrases or words"
mint: form by stamping, punching, or printing; "strike coins"; "strike a medal"
A coin is a piece of hard material that is standardized in weight, is produced in large quantities in order to facilitate trade, and primarily can be used as a legal tender token for commerce in the designated country, region, or territory.
Coín is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, Spain, c. 33 km west of the provincial capital, Málaga, and c. 30 km north of Marbella.
Coin is an Italian upmarket department store chain dedicated to the worlds of apparel, home decorations, accessories and beauty. Its headquarters are located in Venezia Mestre.
(Coining (linguistics)) A neologism ; from Greek νέος (neos 'new') + λόγος (logos 'speech') is a newly coined word or phrase that may be in the process of entering common use, but has not yet been accepted into mainstream language. ...
(Coining (metalworking)) Coining is a form of precision stamping in which a workpiece is subjected to a sufficiently high stress to induce plastic flow on the surface of the material. ...
(Coining (mint)) In minting, coining is the process of manufacturing coins using a kind of stamping which is now generically known in metalworking as "coining".
A piece of currency, usually metallic and in the shape of a disc, but sometimes polygonal, or with a hole in the middle; A token used in a special establishment like a casino (also called a chip); One of the suits of minor arcana in tarot, or a card of that suit; to create coins; to make up or ...
(coining) A form of alternative medicine from Southeast Asia where a coin is rubbed vigorously on a patient's oiled skin
(Coined (verb)) "Invented" or "originated."
(Coined) Process where the image of the buckle is physically stamped or pressed into a base material (often jeweler's bronze or brass)
(Coined) Said of metal handles, typically aluminum, nickel-silver, or brass, struck with a tool (the die) which imparts a pattern, picture, and/or text (like a coin.) Usually souvenir or advertising premiums. See Engraving, Etch, Figural and Stamp.
(coined) Made up; artificed; invented.
(Coining) Compressive metal flowing action. See also. "Bottoming."
(Coining) A process of impressing images or characters of the die and punch onto a plane metal surface.
(Coining) The process of lightly deforming all or some portion of a forged part to obtain closer tolerances, smoother surfaces or, to eliminate draft.
(Coining) A squeezing operation, usually performed in a closed die in which the metal is forced to flow and fill the shape and profile of the die. There is a definite change in metal thickness.
(Coining) (1) A post-forging process on hot or cold parts used to attain closer tolerances or improved surfaces. (2) A closed-die squeezing operation in which all surfaces of a workpiece are confined or restrained, resulting in a well-defined imprint of the die on the work.
(COINING) process whereby patterns (such as helical ribs) are transferred onto a surface (such as a PTFE sealing lip) during a molding operation.
(Coining) 1) A process of straightening and sizing casting by die pressing, 2) a process for shaping metal.
(Coining) A Southeast Asian folk remedy in which the edge of a coin is repeatedly rubbed over the body, generally the upper torso, windpipe and inner arm. The result is a series of reddish to purple vertical bruises resembling strap marks, which vary in depth and severity. ...
(Coining) A metal forming process similar to stamping except that the metal is cold flowed in addition to being sheared.
(Coining) A press metal-working operation which establishes accurate dimensions of flat surfaces or depressions under predominantly compressive loading.