There are 2 main definitions of minted in English:

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minted 1

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
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  • The absolutely minted singer, 25, has dug deep to treat her loved ones on a cruise around the Med.
  • Despite people thinking that he's minted now, Elliot insists major deals are not quite the cash grab like they used to be.
  • I imagine those kids think I'm minted and drive a Range Rover but honestly I'm not!
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There are 2 main definitions of minted in English:

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minted 2

Pronunciation: /ˈmɪntɪd/

adjective

Flavoured or seasoned with mint: grilled lamb chops with minted potatoes
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  • 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.
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