coining

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Mekanik,Teknik) damgalama
(Mekanik) darp etme
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coin
madeni para

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

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

coin
sikke

Tom bahçede çok eski bir sikke buldu. - Tom found a very old coin in the garden.

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

coining press
(Mekanik) darp presi
coin
sözcük uydurmak
coin
{f} deyim bulmak
coin
bozukluk
coin
{f} para bastırmak
coin
{f} (sözcük/söz) türetmek
coin
{f} para kazanmak
coin
coin a phrase bir söz icat etmek
coin
demir para

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

coin
{i} jeton
coin
{i} para

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

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

coin
maden para
coin
söz türetmek
coin
(Ticaret) meskukat
coin
akçe

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

coin
(Kanun) ufaklık para
coin
uydurmak
coin
akça
be coining money
para kazanmak
be coining money
para kırmak
coin
para basmak
coin
{f} para bas
coin
(sözcük/vb.) uydurmak
coin
icad etmek
coin
{i} bozuk para

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

Tom kanepenin arkasına düşmüş olan bozuk paraları topladı. - Tom picked up the coins that had fallen behind the sofa.

be coining it in
{k} (deyim) cok para kazanmak,para kirmak
coin
bulmak
coin
madeni para,v.para bas: n.jeton
coin
coin money kısa zamanda servet yapmak
coin
açı

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

coin
{f} madeni para basmak
mint (for coining money)
darp etmek
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of coin
A form of alternative medicine from Southeast Asia where a coin is rubbed vigorously on a patient's oiled skin
{n} the act or art of making money
A form of alternative medicine from Southeast Asia where a coin is rubbed vigorously on a patients oiled skin
{i} conversion of metal into coin; act of stamping coins; invention of a new word or phrase
coin
A token used in a special establishment like a casino (also called a chip)
coin
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.

coin
One of the suits of minor arcana in tarot, or a card of that suit
coin
to make up or invent, and establish

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

coin
{n} a corner, money stamped, cash, payment
coin
{v} to make money, stamp, forge, invent
coin
To manufacture counterfeit money
coin
(co-in) counterinsurgency
coin
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
coin
Asurdhi
coin
a flat piece of metal issued by a governmental authority as money
coin
- money issued by a government in the form of a metal disk
coin
That which serves for payment or recompense
coin
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
coin
metal money -- "There are several coins with different values used " (210)
coin
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
coin
of phrases or words
coin
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)
coin
A quoin; a corner or external angle; a wedge
coin
To make or fabricate; to invent; to originate; as, to coin a word
coin
{f} make coins out of metal, mint; invent a new word or phrase
coin
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
coin
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
coin
To acquire rapidly, as money; to make
coin
Columbia On-Line Information Network; UO/E was a partner in the development of COIN, one of Missouri's first community information networks
coin
See Coigne, and Quoin
coin
a metal piece (usually a disc) used as money of phrases or words
coin
To make metal money such as quarters, dimes, etc
coin
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
coin
The Costing and Information Project - managed together with AIMS during the duration of the AIMS Project
coin
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
coin
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coin
a round piece of metal to which designs have been applied and a value assigned
coin
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
coin
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
coin
a metal piece (usually a disc) used as money
coin
n uang logam (uang)
coin
{i} piece of stamped metal currency (as opposed to paper bills)
coin
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
coin
- 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)
coin
to create coins
coin
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
coin
Counter-Insurgency (e g COIN Ops = Counter-Insurgency Operations)
coin
A coin is a small piece of metal which is used as money. 50 pence coins. Frederick's gold coin collection
coin
form by stamping, punching, or printing; "strike coins"; "strike a medal"
word-coining
invention of words, creation of new words
coining
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