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mint

US [mɪnt]
UK [mɪnt]
  • n.薄荷;薄荷糖;铸币厂;大量的钱
  • adj.完美的;新造的
  • v.铸(币);铸造(硬币)
  • Web薄荷色;造币厂;薄荷绿
Simple Present:mints  Present Participle:minting  Past Tense:minted  
Mint
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n.
1.
[u]
薄荷a plant with dark green leaves that have a fresh smell and taste and are added to food and drinks to give flavour, and used in cooking as a herb and to decorate food
mint-flavoured toothpaste
薄荷味的牙膏
I decorated the fruit salad with a sprig of mint.
我用小薄荷枝装点水果色拉。
roast lamb with mint sauce
烤小羊肉蘸薄荷沙司
2.
[c]
薄荷糖a sweet/candy flavoured with a type of mint called peppermint
after-dinner mints
餐后薄荷糖
3.
[c]
铸币厂a place where money is made
the Royal Mint(= the one where British coins and notes are made)
皇家铸币厂
4.
[sing]
(informal)
大量的钱a large amount of money
to make/cost a mint
赚大钱;耗费大笔的钱
IDM
in mint condition
崭新;完美;完好无缺new or as good as new; in perfect condition
v.
1.
~ sth
铸(币);铸造(硬币)to make a coin from metal

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