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- v. To coin (money, an expression) again.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To coin anew or again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To coin again: as, to recoin gold or silver.
In 1885, well before the arrival of the new minting machinery, Abd al-Rahman's appetite for silver to recoin led to seizures of such a magnitude that the British Agent in Qandahar commented: "If this state of things (the confiscations) continues no money will be left with anybody in the whole of Afghanistan, and Government coffers will overflow with money."
Elle cherche partout, dans les armoires, sous les lits, dans le moindre recoin!!
On s'abritte sous un recoin de garage pourri et on attends. la petite rue ou nous sommes commence a etre innondé, l'eau est meme assez boueuse et avance vite ...
MR. SPERLING: To somewhat recoin an old phrase, you'll see surpluses as far as the eye can see.
Thus does Milton appropriate the wealth of past literature, secure of being able to recoin it with his own image and superscription.
The learned men are all the time trying to recoin them and give them at least partial reality.
The coin belongs to the king whose head and titles are displayed upon it; and on your heart, friend, though a usurper has tried to recoin the piece, and put his own foul image on the top of the original one, is stamped deep that you belong to the King of kings, to God Himself.
Indeed I wish with you that people would speak their minds more sincerely than it is the custom to do; and recoin some of the every day compliments into a simpler form: but this is voted a stale subject, I believe.
It was resolved, therefore, in 1695, to call in all light money and recoin it.
52Abd al-Rahman issued numerous directives that demonstrate his desire to gather and recoin all silver currencies in circulation in Kabul, Qandahar, eastern Afghanistan, and other market settings under his de facto control. 72 For example, he prohibited bankers and traders from remitting silver abroad, directed merchants to bring their silver to the Kabul mint, and ordered the public exchange of all previously issued Kabul rupees for his new coin.
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