listen to the pronunciation of coin
Englisch - Türkisch
madeni para

O, cebinden bir madeni para çıkardı. - He took a coin out of his pocket.

Masanın altına madeni para yuvarlandı. - A coin rolled under the desk.

{i} sikke

Dalgıçlar Florida sahili açıklarında binlerce İspanyol altın sikkesi buldu. - Divers have found hundreds of Spanish gold coins off the coast of Florida.

Tom bir Roma sikkesi buldu. - Tom found a Roman coin.

{f} deyim bulmak
coin a phrase bir söz icat etmek
{f} (sözcük/söz) türetmek
{f} para bastırmak
{f} para kazanmak
{i} para

İtalyan, Almanya'da kahvesi için Yunan euro parası ile ödeme yaptı. - The Italian paid for his coffee in Germany with Greek euro coins.

Bir nikel beş kuruş değerinde bozuk paradır. - A nickel is a five-cent coin.

{i} jeton
söz türetmek
(Ticaret) meskukat
(Kanun) ufaklık para

Ak akçe kara gün içindir. - A white coin is for a black day.

{f} para bas
para basmak
(sözcük/vb.) uydurmak
icad etmek
{i} bozukluk
{i} bozuk para

Tom eski bozuk paraları topladı. - Tom collected old coins.

Tom dilencinin kabına bir bozuk para koydu. - Tom dropped a coin into the beggar's cup.

{i} demir para

Tom kutuya bazı demir paralar koydu. - Tom put some coins in the box.

coin money kısa zamanda servet yapmak
madeni para,v.para bas: n.jeton

Dalgıçlar Florida sahili açıklarında binlerce İspanyol altın sikkesi buldu. - Divers have found hundreds of Spanish gold coins off the coast of Florida.

{f} madeni para basmak
{f} sözcük uydurmak
maden para
coin money
(deyim) para kesmek
coin a phrase
bir söz icat etmek
coin box telephone system
ankesörlü telefon sistemi
coin it
para kırmak
coin money
(deyim) para kırmak
coin money
(Argo) para yapmak
coin box
madeni para kutusu
coin box
kumbaralı alısün
coin silver
para gümüşü
coin-box telephone
kumbaralı alısün
coin bra
sikke sütyen
coin cell
sikke hücre
coin collecting
para toplama
coin counting machine
madeni para sayma makinesi
coin flip
yazı tura atmak
coin toss
madeni para atmak
coin box
telefon kumbarası
coin box
coin box telephone system
ankesorlu telefon sistemi
coin it in
(Argo) parayı bulmak
coin it in
{k} (deyim) cok para kazanmak,para kirmak
coin money
(Fiili Deyim ) çok para kazanmak
coin money
para basmak
coin op
coin op
benzin pompası
coin operated
bozuk parayla çalışan
coin operated
copper coin
bakır sikke
counterfeit coin
sahte para
counterfeit coin
(Ticaret) kalp madeni para
counterfeit coin
(Ticaret) taklit para
counterfeit coin money
(Ticaret) sahte madeni para
two sides of the same coin
Bir elmanın iki yarısı
(Mekanik,Teknik) damgalama
(Mekanik) darp etme
madeni paralar

Hobim madeni paralar toplamaktır. - My hobby is collecting coins.

Bu otomat sadece yüz yen'lik madeni paraları alıyor. - This vending machine takes only hundred-yen coins.

(Ticaret) ufaklık para
five coin
serious coin
çok para
small silver coin
small silver coin
the other side of the coin
(deyim,Konuşma Dili) madalyonun öbür yüzü
divisional coin
bozuk para
false coin
sahte para
gold coin
altın sikke
the other side of the coin
madalyanın öbür yüzü
an english money of account, and, formerly, a gold coin, of the value of 6 s
hesabı bir İngiliz para, ve eski bir altın sikke, 6 s değerinin
current for coin
para için geçerli
fifty crown coin/note
elli kron para / notu
five crown coin
Beş taç sikke
flip coin
flip sikke
tail of coin
Paranın yazı kısmı
ten crown coin
on taç sikke
to coin a phrase
Tabiri caizse
toss coin
madeni para atmak
whose coin
(deyim) (Hesap vs.) Kimin parası ile? Kim ödüyor?
abrasion of coin
(Ticaret) madeni paranın aşınması
abrasion of coin
(Ticaret) madeni para aşınması
base coin
sahte para
base coin
sahte sikke
cumhuriyet gold (coin)
cumhuriyet altını
english gold coin
ingiliz altını
flip a coin
yazı tura atmak
flip the coin
parayı havaya atmak
flip the coin
yazı tura atmak
full gold coin
tam altın
gold coin

Tom eski bir altın sikke buldu. - Tom found an ancient gold coin.

Tom'un altın paraları nereye sakladığını bilen tek kişi benim. - I'm the only one who knows where Tom hid the gold coins.

gold coin
altın para
gold coin clause
(Ticaret) gerçek altın şartı
gold coin standard
(Ticaret) altın sikke standardı
half gold coin
yarım altın
having a coin box
light coin
(Ticaret) ayarı düşürülmüş para
light coin
(Ticaret) ayarı eksik madeni para
light coin
(Ticaret) ayan bozuk sikke
minor coin
(Ticaret) madeni para
pay back in his own coin
(deyim) kendi silahıyla vurmak
pay back in one's own coin
misilleme yapmak
pay back in one's own coin
aynı şekilde karşılık vermek
pin gold coin
altın takmak
quarter gold coin
çeyrek altın
standard coin
(Ticaret) standart para
the other side of the coin
madalyonun öteki yüzü
thousand lira coin
toss a coin
yazı tura atmak
what period is this coin from
bu para hangi döneme ait
worn coin
(Ticaret) aşınmış madeni para
Englisch - Englisch
to create coins
One of the suits of minor arcana in tarot, or a card of that suit
A piece of currency, usually metallic and in the shape of a disc, but sometimes polygonal, or with a hole in the middle

the coins were of all countries and sizes - doubloons, and louis d'ors, and guineas, and pieces of eight.

A token used in a special establishment like a casino (also called a chip)
to make up or invent, and establish

Over the last century the advance in science has led to many new words being coined.

{n} a corner, money stamped, cash, payment
{v} to make money, stamp, forge, invent
To manufacture counterfeit money
That which serves for payment or recompense
- money issued by a government in the form of a metal disk
A piece of metal with a distinctive stamp and of a fixed value and weight issued by a government and used as money (source: Webster's New World Dictionary)
A piece of metal on which certain characters are stamped by government authority, making it legally current as money; much used in a collective sense
(co-in) counterinsurgency
An object, usually metal, marked in some recognised way and issued by a governing authority for the purpose of acting as money - an agreed and accepted medium of exchange
a flat piece of metal issued by a governmental authority as money
metal money -- "There are several coins with different values used " (210)
If you coin a word or a phrase, you are the first person to say it. Jaron Lanier coined the term `virtual reality' and pioneered its early development
The Coin (CN) parameter refers to a Coin Public Telephone This parameter indicates that the subscriber line has coin service For this charge-a-call service, a deposit is required to complete the call
A piece of metal (usually round) with a distinctive stamp and of a fixed value and weight issued by an authority and intended to be used as a medium of exchange
of phrases or words
To make or fabricate; to invent; to originate; as, to coin a word
{f} make coins out of metal, mint; invent a new word or phrase
Columbia On-Line Information Network; UO/E was a partner in the development of COIN, one of Missouri's first community information networks
To acquire rapidly, as money; to make
A quoin; a corner or external angle; a wedge
form by stamping, punching, or printing; "strike coins"; "strike a medal"
a round piece of metal to which designs have been applied and a value assigned
a metal piece (usually a disc) used as money of phrases or words
To make metal money such as quarters, dimes, etc
You use the other side of the coin to mention a different aspect of a situation. These findings are a reminder that low pay is the other side of the coin of falling unemployment
The Costing and Information Project - managed together with AIMS during the duration of the AIMS Project
See Coigne, and Quoin
1) A piece of metal with its commodity type, weight and fineness stated on its face; an item of intrinsic value based in the unconditional, historical domain and often used as a medium of exchange 2) Monetized bullion or other forms of money manufactured from gold, silver, platinum, palladium, or other metals now or in the future and used as a medium of exchange in the United States or in any foreign nation
metal currency issued by a governmental authority as legal tender Some companies, issue "coins" as well, but these are not legal tender and are generally considered less collectible than real money
You say `to coin a phrase' to show that you realize you are making a pun or using a cliché. Fifty local musicians have, to coin a phrase, banded together to form the Jazz Umbrella
a metal piece (usually a disc) used as money
n uang logam (uang)
{i} piece of stamped metal currency (as opposed to paper bills)
Metal formed into a disk of standardized weight and stamped with a standard design to enable it to circulate as money authorized by a government body
- By 1830, COIN, PURE COIN, DOLLAR, STANDARD, PREMIUM or the letters C or D were used to indicate 900/1000 parts of silver (Some lesser amounts such as 800 were also considered coin)
A coin is a small piece of metal which is used as money. 50 pence coins. Frederick's gold coin collection
To make of a definite fineness, and convert into coins, as a mass of metal; to mint; to manufacture; as, to coin silver dollars; to coin a medal
Counter-Insurgency (e g COIN Ops = Counter-Insurgency Operations)
coin dispenser
Any of many manual or automatic devices used to dispense coins as change etc
coin dispenser
A small container, used by gamblers etc, to dispense a fixed number of coins on demand
coin slot
An small opening on a vending machine, such as a gumball machine, to insert payment and operate the mechanism to dispense a product, such as a gumball
A coin-operated device, such as an arcade game or penny arcade
Operated by coins

Let’s first go to that coin-op car wash so I can get cleaned up.

Operated, or activated by placing coins in a slot
coin a phrase
invent a new saying, create a new phrase
coin box
the part of a slot machine that serves as a receptacle for the coins
coin collecting
Systematic accumulation and study of coins, tokens, paper money, and objects of similar form and purpose. The long-held view that coin collecting began with the Italian Renaissance has been challenged by growing evidence that the activity is far more venerable. There exist a variety of literary accounts of collecting from ancient Greek and Roman sources, and there is tangible archaeological evidence that coins have been collected at least from the Roman era. Collecting was perhaps less important during the Middle Ages, but during the 15th-16th centuries it again became more popular, mostly among European aristocrats. In the 17th century the nature of collecting shifted slowly toward serious research. As a result, very broad collections were formed, studied, and catalogued. In the 20th century museums took over the main task of forming large collections of great detail and range. It was also during this time that a popular market for coins began to develop. Previously only the very wealthy purchased ancient coins and the number of sources were few. London became the world's largest numismatic market, serving the interests of public collections and private collectors in many lands. The Internet became an important aspect of coin collecting in the late 1990s, both because it afforded a virtual marketplace that permitted buyers and sellers from anywhere in the world to trade in coins and for the educational effect of the many Web sites devoted to the hobby. See also philately
coin collection
a collection of coins
coin collector
numismatist: a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
coin collector
a person, like you, who loves coins and wants to own as many as possible
coin collector
An individual who accumulates coins in a systematic manner
coin money
stamp coins, make coins, mint coins
coin of the realm
type of currency used by a particular country
coin silver
a silver of the degree of purity established for making legal silver coins
coin slot
a slot through which coins can be inserted into a slot machine
resembling a coin, circular and flat
of devices that do not operate without the prior insertion of one or more coins; "a coin-operated telephone
circular and flat as is a coin
copper coin
coin or coin currency made out of copper (reddish-brown metallic element)
Maunday coin
The specially minted coins given out by the reigning monarch on Maunday Thursday. Face values are 1,2,3, and 4 pence
A form of alternative medicine from Southeast Asia where a coin is rubbed vigorously on a patient's oiled skin
gold coin
A one-dollar or two-dollar coin
on the toss of a coin
Leaving it to pure chance; relying upon a flippant metric
sandwich coin
A type of sleight of hand trick whereby a coin is sandwiched between two playing cards and apparently made to vanish
two sides of the same coin
Different but closely related features of one idea
{n} the act or art of making money
A coin
A coin
A coin
A coin
base coin
false coin that is fashioned from inexpensive metal
{i} conversion of metal into coin; act of stamping coins; invention of a new word or phrase
A form of alternative medicine from Southeast Asia where a coin is rubbed vigorously on a patients oiled skin
present participle of coin
n Another name for Circles
and related materials
Computer Operated Instrument System
plural of coin
Pieces of precious metal with weight and fineness of specific commodity stated on them
Metal discs which are minted by order of the State and are used, or have been used, as legal tender In the Federal republic of Germany, the coinage prerogative, that is the right to mint and issue coins, is held by the Federal Government (Article 73 of the Constitution) In principle, there is a difference between face-value coins and secondary coins While the nominal value of face-value coins corresponds to the value of the metal, secondary coins are coins minted below value At present, only secondary coins are minted in the Federal Republic
third-person singular of coin
current coin
currency currently in use, legal tender
false coin
counterfeit coin, fake coin
flip a coin
toss a coin (to determine the outcome of something, to make a decision)
flip the coin
{f} toss a coin to determine the outcome of something; to make a decision
flipped a coin
tossed a coin (to determine the outcome of something, to make a decision)
gold coin
coin made out of this bright and yellow precious metal
issued a coin
put a new coin into circulation
pass a coin
place a coin into -, insert a coin
pay in one's own coin
repay in the same manner, pay with the same currency
ring of a coin
sound of a dropping coin
small coin
small piece of money, small metallic money
spin a coin
rotate a coin on a flat surface
the other side of the coin
the second way of looking at a problem
there are two sides to every coin
there are two sides to every issue, there are always two ways of looking at something
toss a coin
cast a die, flip a coin
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von coin im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

sarı altın gold coin
(made of relatively pure gold)
ziynet altını gold coin worn as
a piece of jewelry