remint

re·mint

 (rē-mĭnt′)
tr.v. re·mint·ed, re·mint·ing, re·mints
To make into new coin by melting down and reprocessing.

remint

(riːˈmɪnt)
vb (tr)
to mint again; to melt (existing coins) to make new coins

remint


Past participle: reminted
Gerund: reminting

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
I am reminting
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you are reminting
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Present Perfect
I have reminted
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Past Continuous
I was reminting
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Past Perfect
I had reminted
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Future
I will remint
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Future Perfect
I will have reminted
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Future Continuous
I will be reminting
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reminting
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reminting
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Conditional
I would remint
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Past Conditional
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References in periodicals archive ?
Robert Matthews, the former Royal Mint assay master - the most senior coin tester - said: "If the number keeps increasing at this rate, there will come a point when the Treasury has to decide whether to remint or not.
Classic manifestations of the scarcity of small change appear in this period: attempts by the government to ban the export of fractional money; extreme difficulties in persuading the population to remint low-quality, low-denomination coins; and the development of imperfect substitutes for use in payment of small transactions are among the main ones being reviewed.
At that time, the king issued an order to collect and remint all the macuquina in the colonies.
In this comparison, Luke emerges looking like a Hellenistic Jew who remints the coin of Hellenistic Jewish narrative.