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coffin

cof·fin
ˈkôfən,ˈkäfən/
noun
noun: coffin; plural noun: coffins
  1. 1.
    a long, narrow box, typically of wood, in which a corpse is buried or cremated.
    synonyms: casketMore

    • informal
      an old and unsafe aircraft or vessel.
verb
verb: coffin; 3rd person present: coffins; past tense: coffined; past participle: coffined; gerund or present participle: coffining
  1. 1.
    put (a dead body) in a coffin.
Origin
Middle English (in the general sense ‘box, chest, casket’): from Old French cofin ‘little basket or case,’ from Latin cophinus (see coffer).
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