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 Translation for 'coin' from English to Greek
NOUN   a coin | coins
VERB   to coin | coined | coined
coining | coins
SYNO to coin | to mint | to strike
coin {noun}νόμισμα {το}
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Translation for 'coin' from English to Greek

coin {noun}
νόμισμα {το}
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Usage Examples English
  • The fifty øre coin is the smallest-denomination coin of the Danish krone. Since the removal of the 25 øre coin in 2008, it has been the only Danish coin with a face value of under one krone.
  • Since 1 February 2008, this coin is being minted in silver as well.
  • The coin is a continuation of the crown, which after decimalisation became the commemorative twenty-five pence coin.
  • The coin was sold as both as a proof coin and an uncirculated coin, with a maximum coinage of 100,000 coins.
  • Following this incident, the coin toss rules were changed.

  • The coin was sold both as a proof coin and an uncirculated coin, with a maximum coinage of 500,000 coins.
  • In August, 2020, the $100 coin was launched. The coin is the first coloured coin issued by the Bank of Guyana.
  • In 1965, Colville was commissioned to design the images on the Canadian 1867–1967 centennial commemorative coin set.
  • A coin's rank is determined by the rank of the giver of the challenge coin.
  • Consider a single coin-toss, and assume that the coin will either land heads (H) or tails (T) (but not both). No assumption is made as to whether the coin is fair.

  • Striking a coin with debris causes an indentation on the coin or the actual debris stamped into the coin.
  • The Philippine twenty-five-centavo coin (25¢) coin is the third-lowest denomination coin of the Philippine peso.
  • The Royal Mint issued a number of coins including an official £5 coin, a 5oz coin and a kilo coin. A five-pound sterling silver coin was issued by the Government of Gibraltar to mark the occasion.
  • A coin struck using dies never intended for use together is called a "mule".
  • The coin rotation paradox [...] is the counter-intuitive observation that, when one coin is rolled around the rim of another coin of equal size, the moving coin completes two full rotations after going all the way around the stationary coin.

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