mint

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[mɪnt]
[mɪnt]

n.

vt.

adj.

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  • 绿薄荷糖浆;
  • 薄荷;
  • 薄荷糖;
  • 制造所
1. Combine the beans, chopped mint and olive oil in a large bowl.
将菜豆、切碎的薄荷和橄榄油放在大碗里搅拌。

来自柯林斯例句

2. They were worth a mint.
它们价值不菲。

来自柯林斯例句

3. Garnish with mint sprigs.
用薄荷枝装点。

来自柯林斯例句

4. I decorated the fruit salad with a sprig of mint.
我用小薄荷枝装点水果色拉。

来自《权威词典》

5. These pennies were coined at the mint in London.
这些便士钱币是伦敦一家制币厂铸造的.

来自《简明英汉词典》

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1. N-UNCOUNT 薄荷 Mint is a herb with fresh-tasting leaves. 
  • Garnish with mint sprigs.

    用薄荷枝装点。

2. N-COUNT 薄荷糖 A mint is a sweet with a peppermint flavour. Some people suck mints in order to make their breath smell fresher. 
3. N-COUNT 铸币厂 The mint is the place where the official coins of a country are made. 
  • In 1965 the mint stopped putting silver in dimes.

    1965年,铸币厂停止向10分硬币中加入银的成分。

4. VERB 铸造(硬币、奖章) To mint coins or medals means to make them in a mint. 
  • ...the right to mint coins.

    铸币权

  • ...its collection of locally minted Saxon coins.

    对当地铸造的撒克逊时期硬币的收藏

minting
  • ...the minting of new gold coins.

    新金币的铸造

5. N-SING 巨额钱财 If you say that someone makes a mint, you mean that they make a very large amount of money. 
  • Everybody thinks I'm making a mint...

    人人都认为我要发大财了。

  • They were worth a mint.

    它们价值不菲。

6. PHRASE 完美;完好无缺 If you say that something is in mint condition, you mean that it is in perfect condition. 
n.

1. 铸币厂

  • The mint makes coins.
  • 铸币厂制造硬币。

2. 大量的钱

  • He has a mint of money.
  • 他有的是钱。

3. 薄荷

4. 薄荷糖

vt. & vi.
vt.

1. 铸(币);铸造(硬币)

  • The Romans learned to mint from the Greeks.
  • 罗马人从希腊人那里学会了铸造钱币。
  • The silver which was mined there was minted into coins.
  • 在那里开采的银子被用来铸成钱币。

2. 创造

  • I've just minted a new word!
  • 我刚造了一个新词!
Noun

1. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent;

  • "a batch of letters"
  • "a deal of trouble"
  • "a lot of money"
  • "he made a mint on the stock market"
  • "it must have cost plenty"

2. any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers

3. the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied

4. a candy that is flavored with a mint oil

5. a plant where money is coined by authority of the government

Verb

1. form by stamping, punching, or printing;

  • "strike coins"
  • "strike a medal"
Adjective

1. as if new;

  • "in mint condition"
医学
  • 1.薄荷:见Mentha

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