Motivation and goal setting are the two sides of samecoin.
形容词: coinable 名词: coiner 过去式: coined 过去分词: coined 现在分词: coining 第三人称单数: coins
1.a flat metal piece (usually a disc) used as money
1.form by stamping, punching, or printing
e.g. strike coins
strike a medal
e.g. coin phrases or words
Acoin is a small piece of metal which is used as money.
e.g. ...50 pence coins.
e.g. ...Frederick's goldcoin collection.
If youcoin a word or a phrase, you are the first person to say it.
e.g. Jaron Lanier coined the term 'virtual reality' and pioneered its early development...
e.g. The word 'lunatic' was coined to describe people who went mad at the full moon.
If you say that someoneis coining it oris coining money, you are emphasizing that they are making a lot of money very quickly, often without really earning it.
e.g. Many private colleges are coining it...
e.g. One wine shop is coining money selling Wembley-label champagne.
You say 'to coin a phrase' to show that you realize you are making a pun or using a cliché
e.g. Fifty local musicians have, tocoin a phrase, banded together to form the Jazz Umbrella.
You usethe other side of the coin to mention a different aspect of a situation.
e.g. These findings are a reminder that low pay is the other side of thecoin of falling unemployment.
If you say that two things aretwo sides of the same coin, you mean that they are different ways of looking at or dealing with the same situation.
e.g. The minister reportedly stressed that economic and political reforms were two sides of the samecoin.
1. 反叛乱：恐怖分子对美国国土及边境地区的袭击,已促使美国国防部开始研拟开发一种专门的反叛乱(COIN)飞机. 航空镇暴专家和潜在承包商们,正在向美国国防部官员介绍飞机的能力和潜在需求. 2006年夏天,
2. 钱币：接下来就会看到很多半兽人跑出来屠杀人民 ,整个城市都有半兽人占聚,这会使LV65(含)以下的玩家寸步足难行,你要在满是兽人的情况下,分别到真理(Truth) / 刀刃(Blades) / 钱币(Coin)找负责人说话真理(truth)是找大公主Rahima,
3.coin：counter insurgency; 反游击战
Since she refused to help me, the next time she asks me for a favor I will pay her back in her own coins.
Words are..the coins of intellectual exchange.出自：fig.
He would coin a smile for the instant.出自：Disraeli
The word 'psychiatry' was coined to refer to the institution of a discipline within medicine.出自：R. D. Laing