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mint

Synonyms of mint in English:

noun

  • 1
    coinage factory, money factory, coining works
    rare coinery
  • 2 (a mint) informal the bank made a mint out of the deal
    a fortune, a vast sum of money;
    informal a small fortune, pots of money, stacks of money, heaps of money, a tidy sum, a bundle, a wad, a pile
    British informal a bomb, a packet, loadsamoney, shedloads
    North American informal big bucks, big money, gazillions
    Australian informal big bickies, motser, motza
  • adjective

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  • in mint condition
    brand new, as new, pristine, perfect, immaculate, unblemished, undamaged, untarnished, unmarked, unmarred, unused, fresh, first-class, excellent
    informal spanking
  • verb

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  • 1 the shilling was minted in 1742
    coin, stamp, stamp out, strike, cast, punch, die, forge, make, manufacture, produce
  • 2 the slogan had been freshly minted for the occasion
    create, invent, make up, think up, dream up, hatch, devise, frame, originate, come up with, fabricate, fashion, produce
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