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Definition of "coined" []

  • A metal disc or piece used as money (noun)
  • Metal currency, as opposed to securities, paper currency, etc (noun)
  • To make or stamp (coins) (verb)
  • To make into a coin (verb)
  • To fabricate or invent (words, etc) (verb)
  • To make (money) rapidly (esp in the phrase coin it in) (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of coin. (verb)

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Use "coined" in a sentence
  • "Indo-European, a term coined in the early nineteenth century, is clunky."
  • ""The rats won't be coming back," said one of the men guarding the building, dressed in a leather jacket over a traditional robe, using the term coined by Col."
  • "False equivalency is a term coined by James Fallows."