- v. Simple past tense and past participle of coin.
“Indo-European, a term coined in the early nineteenth century, is clunky.”
“The rats won't be coming back," said one of the men guarding the building, dressed in a leather jacket over a traditional robe, using the term coined by Col.”
“False equivalency is a term coined by James Fallows.”
“Runner's high, a term coined in the 1970s, can more accurately be described as a release of endorphins that leaves the runner feeling stress-free, pain-free, and overall happy.”
“Breakover 1. A term coined by the editors of Huffington Post to describe reinvention, a make-over after a break-up.”
“According to the theory of the chaordic a term coined by Dee Hock, the founder of Visa, to describe the harmonious and dynamic co-existence of chaos and order, it is out of the chaos of breaking that new order and possibilities emerge.”
“Now his commission is looking again at the so-called West Lothian question a term coined in response to a speech by the indefatigable Tam Dalyell in 1977: why should Scottish MPs be able to vote on English-only laws now there is a Scottish parliament?”
“Chinese officials and experts say the country will accelerate the urbanization process over the next two decades in order to avoid the "middle-income trap," a term coined by the World Bank to describe stagnation in a country when per capita GDP reaches $3,000.”
“Social marketing -- a term coined in the early 1970s by prominent Northwestern University marketing professor Philip Kotler -- applies the insights of corporate marketing to create behavioral change that benefits the public good.”
“Osborne's plan to implement credit easing – a term coined by the US Federal Reserve chairman, Ben Bernanke – sounded radical, but the Treasury is still working out the details.”
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