coin it (in)

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coin it (in)

slang To earn a lot of money, usually quickly. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. That company has such a great product that it's no surprise they're coining it in.
See also: coin

ˈcoin it (in)

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coin ˈmoney

(informal) (normally used in progressive tenses) earn a lot of money: They must be really coining it at that cafe on the corner. You can hardly get a seat at any time of day.
See also: coin
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