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coincoin2 verb [transitive]  1 INVENTto invent a new word or expression, especially one that many people start to use The word ‘aromatherapy’ was coined in the 1920s.2 to coin a phrase3 coin money/coin it (in)4 PECto make pieces of money from metal→ See Verb table
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coinAnd the newcomers never stopped coining.He was going to have fun if it killed him, to coin a phrase.But in later years I heard it called the Perilous Chair, and I think the name was coined after that day.The term "black hole" was coined in 1969 by the American scientist John Wheeler.I coined it but my good friend Will Shakespeare seized it for himself.In a school gymnasium full of caucus-goers in Des Moines, Dole inadvertently coined the best phrase of this perplexing campaign.A Polish refugee coined the term "genocide" to describe attempts to kill an entire group of people.Freed was the disk jockey who coined the term "rock 'n' roll."