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mint1 British & World English

An aromatic plant native to temperate regions of the Old World, several kinds of which are used as culinary herbs

mint2 British & World English

A place where money is coined, especially under state authority

mint English Thesaurus

the bank made a mint out of the deal

mint mark British & World English

A mark on a coin indicating the mint at which it was struck

mint par British & World English

The ratio between the gold equivalents of currency in two countries

mint julep British & World English

A long drink consisting of bourbon, crushed ice, sugar, and fresh mint and associated chiefly with the Southern states of the United States

mint master British & World English

A superintendent at a mint

mint sauce British & World English

Chopped spearmint in vinegar and sugar, traditionally eaten with lamb

Royal Mint British & World English

The establishment responsible for the manufacture of British coins. Set up in 1810 in London, it moved in 1968 to Llantrisant in South Wales

Kendal mint cake British & World English

A hard peppermint-flavoured sweet which is sold in flat rectangular blocks and is popular with ramblers and hill climbers

in mint condition British & World English

(Of an object) new or as new

a mint in mint2 British & World English

A large sum of money

mint parity in mint par British & World English

The ratio between the gold equivalents of currency in two countries

in mint condition in mint2 British & World English

(Of an object) new or as new

mint family in mint1 British & World English

An aromatic plant native to temperate regions of the Old World, several kinds of which are used as culinary herbs

common mint in mint1 British & World English

An aromatic plant native to temperate regions of the Old World, several kinds of which are used as culinary herbs