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Definition of "minting" [minting]

  • Present participle of mint. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "minting" in a sentence
  • "The second is that if his partisans succeed in minting Reagan in public memory as a repository of bedrock principle, they will have been complicit in letting forgetting win the battle against remembering -- because on their own, conservative terms, Reagan was often a sellout."
  • "To prepare for the novel payout, the company in August began exchanging $1 million of its cash into metal with the idea of minting one troy ounce gold and silver coins to be distributed monthly."
  • "Mili Note: First, the GOVERNMENT doesn't have anything to do with coin minting in this nation, that's owned by the PRIVATE Federal Reserve Bank."