Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Coin"

The meaning of "Coin" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Get that coin mean?
A: it is slang for "make money"
Q: What does my coin mean?
A: Moja moneta
Q: What does coins mean?
A: coins are money thats generally worth less than paper money in america. they are small round flat pieces of copper and other metals. coins can refer to that shape and material but not be used like money.
Q: What does coin a phrase mean?
A: to create a new phrase
Q: What does to coin (as a verb) 😭 mean?
A: @Bunchieme: to own or start something. usually used for a word or phrase.
e.g "I coined that phrase".

Example sentences using "Coin"

Q: Please show me example sentences with coin + a word
invent + a word
do + a word.
A: He took a $2 coin out of his wallet.

She really wanted to invent something useful.

He did not know what to do.
Q: Please show me example sentences with coin a new term .
A: Kelly-Ann Conway coined a new term for Trump administration in trying to dispute interpretation of facts by the press: She called her version as "alternative truth".
Q: Please show me example sentences with coins .
A: I hate having so many coins in my pocket. They are heavy.
This vending machine only takes coins, and I only have paper money.
The child was collecting coins for charity.
At the end of the day, I put all of my coins in a big jar. I must have $100 in there.
We counted all of the coins and took them to the bank.

Synonyms of "Coin" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between coin locker and coin-operated locker ?
A: 「coin locker」は硬貨のロッカーです。それに硬貨を蓄えられる。
(This doesn't exist, so we don't use this word. Apologies for the misleading explanation, but this is how it sounds to me.)
「coin-operated locker」はコインロッカーです。
(私の日本語が下手です。すみません。)
Q: What is the difference between toss a coin and flip a coin ?
A: Toss a coin means throw a coin.
Flip a coin means throw a coin into the air to determine the outcome of something randomly.

Sometimes toss a coin is used with the same intended meaning as flip a coin, but it could also be something different. You could, for example, say "toss a coin into a wishing well" but you can't say "flip a coin into a wishing well"
Q: What is the difference between coin and currency ?
A: A silver coin - una moneda de plata
The British currency is sterling - la moneda británica es la libra esterlina
Q: What is the difference between coin and creat and invent ?
A: Coin is applied in "naming" inventions or discoveries

Zeno the Stoic coined the term Logike

Lile that

Create is making something out of another thing, create a building and etc

Inventing is like creating, but you're creating something that has not been created before.

hope this helps
Q: What is the difference between coin and penny ?
A: As far as I know, a penny only means .01 US dollars, 1 cent.

A coin any round type of currency made of metal.

Translations of "Coin"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I found some Malaysian coins at my home.

①And I was spending for a little while with these coins.
②And I was spending time with these coins.
A: ① - I found some Malaysian coins at my home and I spent a little bit of it. (お金を使う)

② = お金とたむろ
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? coin parking
A:
I think simply "parking lot" or "parking garage" is used more commonly in the States, but "coin parking" is extremely understandable. I didn't even realize that it was wasei-eigo until you pointed it out to me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He asked me to toss the coin into the fountain.
A: "He asked me to toss the coin into the fountain."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a coin has two sides, which are...and...
A: Which are heads and tails

Other questions about "Coin"

Q: Which one is correct:

It ____ a coin. I'm sure

A) might be
B) can't be
A: B. Can't be.

Punctuation is missing 'I'm sure.'

'Sure' means you are 'certain' (100% sure). Might indicates 30% sure. So here the answer can only be 'can't.'
Q: Please put coin in a slot to start up the machine. does this sound natural?
A: Please put a coin in the slot to start the machine.
Q: the coin slut is stuck. should i use the note slut? does this sound natural?
A: I think you mean "coin slot" and "note slot." "Slut" is an impolite word and not what you seem to mean.
Q: The coin is within your pocket. does this sound natural?
A: The coin is IN your pocket = more natural
Using WITHIN in this context sounds anachronistic.
PROTIP: The simplest way to say something is usually the clearest
Q: 1. He bent forward to pick up the book/a coin.
2. He bent down to pick up a coin/the book. does this sound natural?
A: Both are correct, but the first implies someone is sitting and leaning forward to reach something. The second implies someone is standing and bending to pick up something on the ground.

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