There are 2 main definitions of minted in English:

Share this entry

minted 1

Line breaks: mint¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈmɪntɪd/

adjective

British informal
Having a lot of money; rich: I imagine those kids think I’m minted her minted parents are now splashing out on a diamond ring for her
More example sentences
  • James Lees-Milne's diaries mention Alvilde Chaplin, a garden designer to the minted.
  • He's a minted Chinese businessman who would be owner of the The New York Times.
  • They must be minted, when they can throw that sort of money around.

Definition of minted in:

Share this entry

 

There are 2 main definitions of minted in English:

Share this entry

minted 2 Line breaks: mint¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈmɪntɪd/

adjective

Flavoured or seasoned with mint: grilled lamb chops with minted potatoes
More example sentences
  • He visited the family's home in Harrogate to show Mrs Sowerby how to cook a Christmas dinner of salmon, minted potatoes, leeks in a mildly curried cream sauce and braised cos lettuce.
  • The main courses arrived after a nice interval, with a side-order of vegetables that included minted new potatoes, roasted carrots, broccoli and green beans.
  • Leni gave into her atavistic instincts and had the grilled organic lamb cutlets with minted pea purée, potato gratin, tomato salsa and red wine for €24.95.

Definition of minted in:

Share this entry

 

What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?

Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

Related Words