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coin British & World English

A flat disc or piece of metal with an official stamp, used as money

coin English Thesaurus

a gold coin

coin-op British & World English

A machine which is operated by the insertion of coins

coin box British & World English

A public telephone operated by inserting coins

pound coin British & World English

A coin worth one pound sterling

coin-operated British & World English

Operated by inserting coins in a slot

to coin a phrase British & World English

Said when introducing a new expression or a variation on a familiar one, or ironically to show one’s awareness that one is using a hackneyed expression

the other side of the coin British & World English

The opposite aspect of a matter

coin-op in coin-operated British & World English

A machine that is coin-operated

pay someone back in their own coin British & World English

Retaliate by similar behaviour

to coin a phrase in coin British & World English

Said when introducing a new expression or a variation on a familiar one, or ironically to show one’s awareness that one is using a hackneyed expression

the other side of the coin in coin British & World English

The opposite aspect of a matter