How to Pronounce penny?

Correct pronunciation for the word "penny" is [pˈɛni], [pˈɛni], [p_ˈɛ_n_i].

"Penny" in context

A penny is a small coin that has been used for centuries as part of the United States currency system. About half of the penny's mass is composed of zinc, the remainder being made up of copper. Abraham Lincoln's portrait can be found on the obverse of the one-cent coin, and the image of the Lincoln Memorial is featured on the reverse.

The penny first entered circulation in the United States on April 2, 1793 as part of the Coinage Act of 1792. Initially, the penny was composed of pure copper, though it has been changed several times in its history.

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