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coin-op

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Definition of coin-op in English:

noun

A machine which is operated by the insertion of coins: [as modifier]: a coin-op launderette
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  • Although sales have remained stable at about 10,000 units a year, the coin-op business has been on a downward trajectory for years.
  • Although the condition in which the folks found the business at the end of the day often sent them into a swivet, the places did turn a nice profit. It wasn't long before Papa bought the other two local coin-ops.
  • Like all of the early coin-ops Frogger was a success outside the arcade, the attraction of having a little frog as a hero was enough to make the game a big success.

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