The Correct spelling is: coins
Common misspellings of the word coins are:
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tr.v., coined, coinÂ·ing, coins.
- A small piece of metal, usually flat and circular, authorized by a government for use as money.
- Metal money considered as a whole.
- A flat circular piece or object felt to resemble metal money: a pizza topped with coins of pepperoni.
- Architecture. A corner or cornerstone.
- A mode of expression considered standard: Two-word verbs are valid linguistic coin in the 20th century.
- To make (pieces of money) from metal; mint or strike: coined silver dollars.
- To make pieces of money from (metal): coin gold.
- To devise (a new word or phrase).
Requiring one or more pieces of metal money for operation: a coin washing machine.idiom:
the other side of the coin
- One of two differing or opposing views or sides.
[Middle English, from Old French, die for stamping coins, wedge, from Latin cuneus, wedge.]coinable coin'aÂ·ble adj.
coiner coin'er n.