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coin box

n
the part of a coin-operated machine into which coins are placed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coin box - the part of a slot machine that serves as a receptacle for the coins
receptacle - a container that is used to put or keep things in
coin machine, slot machine - a machine that is operated by the insertion of a coin in a slot
Translations

coin box

n (= telephone)Münzfernsprecher m; (= box)Geldkasten m; (on telephone, meter) → Münzzähler m

coin box

n (Brit) → telefono pubblico a monete
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Full coin boxes silence Welsh phone kiosks PEOPLE wanting to make phone calls from kiosks could face serious problems as the postman's strike continues.
Delgra said that their personnel would help ensure that taxi drivers have coin boxes inside their cabs and would not refuse to ferry passengers or negotiate for higher fares.
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Many Kroger and Harris Teeter stores in the southeast and mid-Atlantic regions are helping customers donate through a variety of ways including coin boxes at registers.
Shoppers can make cash donations at coin boxes found at each register in all local Kroger stores as well as stores across the Mid-Atlantic region located in Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio.
Coin boxes which were once installed have already been removed, and passengers were warned to buy the automated payment cards by October.
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I made coin boxes in the shape of airplanes for my children, I've made coasters, and I've made candle holders.
Ahmad said that his donation was the least thing he could do to support Gazan children, calling on all Palestinian children to follow his steps and to donate their coin boxes.
Barum will also keep company with children in their homes in the form of attractive coin boxes.
52 from Fred Meyer customers and employees, who donated more than $467,000 toward youth development in the first quarter by dropping their change in coin boxes at Fred Meyer checkstands.
Fred Meyer has had coin boxes at its check stands for almost 15 years, and the money collected is distributed through the company's corporate foundation, the Fred Meyer Fund.