|former U.S. coin||disme|
|(Archaic) type of coin used in Persian; ten-thousand (Persian), Iranian coin, old unit of Persian currency||toman|
|(Cu) metallic chemical element; boiler; coin; police officer, `:Cu, coat with or cover with copper, of reddish-brown color, reddish-brown butterfly, reddish-brown metal, small coin||copper|
|(in ancient Greece) political assembly; marketplace or public square used for public assemblies, coin worth an agora, Israeli currency unit||agora|
|(of a coin) having the top or the back facing up (as opposed to tails)||heads|
|15 minutes before or after hour, 25 cents, 25 lb. in weight, 28 lb. in weight, 4 oz. of something, 8 bushels, academic term, accommodations, any section of heraldic shield, being one fourth; being one forth in quality; having four equal parts, coin wor...||quarter|
|3 strokes under par, albatross, former U.S. coin||double eagle|
|a monetary unit of Finland, 100 of which are worth one markka, coin worth a penni||penni|
|a subunit of Yugoslav currency, coin of low value, penny, coin worth one para||para|
|about existence, basic unit of currency in Brazil (equal to 100 centavos), coin or bill worth a real, emphasizing truth, essential, former currency in Spanish-speaking countries, in terms of purchasing power, involving only real numbers, not artificial...||real|
|above the topgallant, enjoying royal patronage, excellent, extremely bad, largest or best, member of the royal house; small sail on the royalmast; paper size; upper branch of an antler; English coin (Archaic); member of the foot troop of the British ar...||royal|
|acrobatic movement, do cartwheel, large coin, wheel of a cart; somersault performed sideways, lateral handspring, wooden wheel of cart||cartwheel|
|act of grinding or crushing; manufacturing of a product in a mill; wandering about in a group of people; fighting (Slang), ridged coin edge||milling|
|act of pounding, attack continuously, avoirdupois unit of weight, beat something to pulp or powder, British unit of force, coin or bill worth a pound, common unit of currency, enclosure for stray animals, enclosure for vehicles or other goods, place fo...||pound|
|add slugs, bullet, cells that develop into spore-bearing structure, disk used as illegal coin, drink of something, drink something quickly, hard hit, hit hard with the fist or with a bat (Slang); move slowly; be idle or lazy, hit somebody or something ...||slug|
|admirable, British currency, British currency; standard of fineness for silver or gold (Britain); sterling silver; objects made of sterling silver; sterling silver flatware, British standard for coin metal purity, of or made of sterling silver; flawles...||sterling|
|Afghan currency unit, basic unit of currency in Afghanistan, coin worth an afghani||afghani|
|African American holiday that begins in the end of December; currency of Angola, coin or bill worth one kwanza, unit of Angolan currency||kwanza|
|alternate but equivalent form of expression, coin -operated, create expression, make coins out of metal, mint; invent a new word or phrase, make metal into coins, metal money, mint coins, paper or metal money, piece of metal money, piece of stamped met...||coin|
|American coin, commemorative Canadian coin, honesty||silver dollar|
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