mint

listen to the pronunciation of mint
Englisch - Türkisch
nane

Bir nane ister misiniz? - Would you like a mint?

Akşam yemeğinden sonra ne istersin? Kahve, çay ya da nane suyu? - What would you like after dinner? Coffee, tea, or mint water?

para kesmek
nane şekeri
pul yığını
yarpuz
yığın
(madeni pul) basmak
{f} para bas
darphane

1696'da Newton darphane müdürü oldu. 1699'da darphane öğretmeni oldu. - Newton became Warden of the Royal Mint in 1696. He became Master of the Royal Mint in 1699.

büyük pul
para baş(mak)
para yığını
{f} icat etmek
darphane,v.para bas: n.nane
mintmasterdarphane müdürü
basmak
icat et/bas
{i} büyük miktar (özellikle para)
{f} uydurmak
{f} para basmak
yığın/darphane/nane
büyük para
büyük mebla mint mark paralara konan darphanenin veya darphane müdürünün markası
uydurm
{f} (para) basmak
basmak (para)
nane yeşili
mint candy
naneli şekerleme
mint julep
naneli viski
mint mark
darphane müdürünün mühürü
mint condition
nane durum
mint julep
nane sürüp
mint (for coining money)
darp etmek
mint mark
darphane damgası
mint par exchange rate
(Ticaret) darphane kambiyo paritesi
mint par of exchange
(Ticaret) darphane kambiyo parkesi
mint par of exchange
(Ticaret) darphane kambiyo paritesi
mint parity
(Ticaret) darphane kambiyo parkesi
mint price of gold
altının darphane fiyatı
mint price of gold
(Ticaret) darphane fiyatı
mint state
kullanılmamış
mint state
yepyeni
minted
(Gıda) naneli
in mint condition
yeni
in mint condition
eskimemiş
in mint condition
iyi durumda
cat mint
kedi nanesi
dried mint
(Gıda) Kuru nâne, kurutulmuş nâne
in mint condition
yepyeni
make a mint
çok para kazanmak
mints
nane

Mary daha çok nane yemeye karar verdi. - Mary has decided to eat more mints.

minty
naneli
nature's mint
doğanın nane
pepper mint
nane
Very good
İng. Tamam!
beef broth and mint soup
(Gıda) den çorbası
warden of the mint
darphane müdürü [brit.]
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
Of a green colour, like that of the mint plant
Any of several plants of the family Labiatae, typically aromatic with square stems
A building or institution where money (originally, only coins) is produced under government licence
Of condition, as new

in mint condition.

A green colour, like that of mint

mint colour:.

Very good

that's mint.

To reproduce (coins), usually en masse, under licence
The flavouring of the plant, either a sweet, a jelly or sauce
To try, attempt; take aim
In near-perfect condition; uncirculated
A mint-flavored candy, often eaten to sweeten the smell of the breath
A large amount of money. A vast sum or amount, etc

It must have cost a mint to produce!.

To hint; suggest; insinuate
Unused with original gum; as issued originally
Intent, purpose; an attempt, try; effort, endeavor
To try, attempt, endeavor; to take aim at; to try to hit; to purpose
{n} a sweet plant, a place for coining in
{v} to coin, stamp money, invent, forge
Coins are struck in facilities called "mints " There are private and governmental mints Only mints run by governments produce legal tender coins
Unused, as it was when it left the telephone company
To invent; to forge; to fabricate; to fashion
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 = loads
(M) (¬) Stamps that have not been used or cancelled
Monitoring INTerval abbreviation for the documentation
If you say that something is in mint condition, you mean that it is in perfect condition. to make a coin. In botany, any strong-scented herb of the genus Mentha, composed of about 25 species of perennial herbs, and certain related genera of the mint family (Lamiaceae, or Labiatae), which contains about 3,500 species of flowering plants in about 160 genera. Mints are important to humans as herb plants useful for flavour, fragrance, and medicinal properties. True mints have square stems, oppositely arranged aromatic leaves. Small flowers usually pale purple, pink, or white, are arranged in clusters, either forming separate whorls or crowded together in a terminal spike. All Mentha species contain volatile oil in resinous dots in the leaves and stems. Included in this genus are peppermint, spearmint, marjoram, rosemary, and thyme; other members of the mint family include lavender, hyssop, and catnip. In economics, a place where coins are made according to exact compositions, weights, and dimensions, usually specified by (Hukuk) The first state mint was probably established by the Lydians in the 7th century BC. The art spread through the Aegean Islands into Italy and other Mediterranean countries, as well as to Persia and India. The Romans laid the foundations of modern minting standards. Coining originated independently in China in the 7th century BC and spread to Japan and Korea. In medieval Europe, mints proliferated as every feudal authority kings, counts, bishops, and free cities exercised the mint privilege; the wide variation in coinage that resulted often handicapped commerce. Most countries now operate only one mint, though the U.S. has two active mints, in Philadelphia and Denver. Proof sets of coins for coin collectors are minted in San Francisco. Countries not large or prosperous enough to establish a national mint have their coins struck in foreign mints. Many mints perform functions other than minting, notably refining precious metals and manufacturing medals and seals. See also currency, money
A truly "mint" bottle has no chips, cracks, or dings, and is also free of easily visible stain and case wear Light content residue (unless distracting) or base wear is not considered damaging in any way and bottles with these conditions may be described as "mint"
A manufacturing facility for producing coins
The name of several aromatic labiate plants, mostly of the genus Mentha, yielding odoriferous essential oils by distillation
The mint is the place where the official coins of a country are made. In 1965 the mint stopped putting silver in dimes
A mint is a sweet with a peppermint flavour. Some people suck mints in order to make their breath smell fresher
Pudina Herb
a candy that is flavored with a mint oil
A stamp in the same state as issued by a post office: unused, undamaged and with full original gum (if issued with gum) Over time, handling, light and atmospheric conditions may affect the mint state of stamps
An herb with a fresh, peppery flavor Mint is available fresh, dried, and as an extract Recipe: Mango Salsa
the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied
{i} plant of the genus mentha (genus of fragrant herbs including peppermint, spearmint, and horsemint, etc.); hard or soft mint-flavored candy; factory where money is produced; gold mine (Slang)
the official government building where coins are struck
To mint coins or medals means to make them in a mint. the right to mint coins
any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers
Any plant within the aromatic family 'mentha' The leaves are used to make essential oil or for seasoning and flavoring
Any place regarded as a source of unlimited supply; the supply itself
a plant where money is coined by authority of the government a candy that is flavored with a mint oil the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers form by stamping, punching, or printing; "strike coins"; "strike a medal
(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"
Stamp as originally issued, unused and with full gum
This term has come to be widely used when referring to a stein which is "in the same condition as it left the factory" Unfortunately, that allows the existence of firing lines, smudges, bubbles, even torn decals Make no mistake - these are defects, and depending upon their location and severity, they can be very distracting Although there is no widespread agreement, the term "perfect" seems like a natural choice to describe a stein which is not only mint, but without flaw
A government "factory" for making coins Get information about the U S mint in Denver and about the Philadelphia mint Both U S mints offer tours that will leave a cool, refreshing taste in your mouth
Mint is a herb with fresh-tasting leaves. Garnish with mint sprigs
{s} new, brand-new, fresh, unused
A subjective term used to describe the condition of a piece of petroliana, usually suggesting significantly-better-than-average Synonyms include "fine", "excellent", and "high-grade " The reverse is not always true; excellent is rarely as good as mint, and "high-grade gasoline" most definitely isn't mint!
a facility where coins are produced under governmental authority
To make by stamping, as money; to coin; to make and stamp into money
A large amount of money
The two most popular types of the over 30 varieties of mint are peppermint and spearmint Peppermint is more pungent Mint is used in both savory and sweet dishes
Mint is beneficial for treating the skin and increasing its natural defenses Mint is useful for treating acne and blemished skin because of its antiseptic qualities Mint oil is also known for reducing swelling and aiding detoxification
the structure where coins are produced, or, the governmental body overseeing its work
Indian mint has a stronger aroma than the varieties available in the West
a plant where money is coined by authority of the government
Grading term used to describe product that is in perfect, factory-fresh condition without any noticeable imperfections or wear
as if new; "in mint condition"
A place where money is coined by public authority
form by stamping, punching, or printing; "strike coins"; "strike a medal"
A facility for manufacturing coins
Type: Herb (leaves or flakes) Description: Peppermint and spearmint are two of the most popular kinds of the 30 or more varieties that exist Flavor: Strong, sweet, cool aftertaste Uses: Beverages, desserts, lamb, sauces, soups
An aromatic herb used both in the green and dry form It is used for flavouring soups, some meatdishes, for chutneys, etc Some communities in India use the fresh leaves for flavouring tea
the condition of a model or box This is quite an exacting standard and strictly refers to models with no chips or scratches and no faded parts Boxes must be uncreased, unfaded with no tares to be described as mint A less exacting standard is 'factory fresh'
{f} make coins, print money; create new words; invent
mint condition
Used, but still like new, as if freshly minted
mint cream
A chocolate filled with peppermint fondant
mint cream
Of a very faint green colour, like that of crème de menthe
mint cream
A very faint green colour, like that of crème de menthe

mint cream colour:.

mint imperial
a small round confection having a hard sugar coat and a soft minty centre; sometimes given to customers at the end of a restaurant meal when they pay the bill
mint imperials
plural form of mint imperial
mint jelly
a sauce made from mint leaves, sugar, lemon juice and pectin; sometimes served to accompany roast lamb
mint sauce
A sauce, made with mint and vinegar, that is a popular accompaniment to roast lamb
mint tea
An herb tea made by steeping leaves of plants of the mint family in hot water
mint teas
plural form of mint tea
mint condition
This is a term often associated with a doll in it's original condition, that appears to look brand new and has all it's accessories
mint condition
This quilt is in new condition It has no stains, no discoloration, no repairs, no cracking or giving fabric Like a coin, it is exactly as it was the day it was "minted " Antique quilts in this condition are very rare
mint condition
Mint condition, or blue-ribbon condition, refers to a house that looks as close to new as possible
mint condition
Not in any way distinguishable from new except for, where normal for the piece, clear uniform crazing either because of a deliberate artist's slip choice or from expected maturation crazing If a piece shows any significant evidence on the base of wear from having rested on a surface, then we do not consider it to be in mint condition, unless the base surface effect is minimal, or essentially what may have occurred in the shop if it were on display when sold as new The piece may be considered mint and have manufacturing variations that are not excessive and usually less than average for the piece, and only if such variations are a common characteristic of all such products from the manufacturer or artist Because we have such a high standard for use of the term mint, very few items we list will be termed mint
mint condition
Term referring to a used or antiquarian book whose condition is "Like new" This term is more proper to numismatics and philately, with antiquarians usually preferring "as new "
mint condition
Like new
mint drops
candies with a mint flavor
mint family
A large family of aromatic herbs, the Labiatae (or Lamiaceae), including lavender, mint, rosemary, sage, and thyme and characterized by opposite leaves, square stems, bilaterally symmetrical flowers with united petals, and a four-lobed ovary that produces four one-seeded nutlets
mint julep
An alcoholic drink made of bourbon whiskey or sometimes brandy or rum, sugar, crushed mint leaves, and shaved ice. a drink in which alcohol and sugar are mixed with ice and mint leaves are added
mint liquor
mint-flavored alcoholic beverage
mint of money
very large amount of money, fortune
mint sauce
sweetened diluted vinegar with chopped mint leaves
mint sauce
A sauce of vinegar and sugar flavored with spearmint leaves
mint sauce
Money
mint sauce
Mint sauce is a sauce made from mint leaves, vinegar, and sugar, which is often eaten with lamb
mint(a)
as if new; "in mint condition
Kendal mint cake
A glucose-based confectionery flavoured with peppermint, popular with climbers as a source of energy
gub'mint
Eye-dialect spelling of government
minted
made into coinage; coined
minted
Simple past tense and past participle of mint
water mint
A herb in mint family, Mentha aquatica
Royal Mint
a) a British government department which is responsible for producing paper money and coins b) the building where this work is done
apple mint
mint with apple-scented stems of southern and western Europe; naturalized in United States
basil mint
perennial herb of the eastern United States having inconspicuous greenish flowers and narrow leaves that are very aromatic when bruised
bergamot mint
mint with leaves having perfume like that of the bergamot orange
brook mint
See Water mint
corn mint
European mint naturalized in United States
downy wood mint
a variety of wood mint
hairy wood mint
a variety of wood mint
in mint condition
in excellent condition, just like new
lemon mint
an annual horsemint of central and western United States and northern Mexico
lemon mint
bergamot mint: mint with leaves having perfume like that of the bergamot orange
mexican mint
an herb from Oaxaca that has a powerful hallucinogenic effect; the active ingredient is salvinorin
minted
{s} mint flavored; coined
minted
wealthy
minted
If you describe something as newly minted or freshly minted, you mean that it is very new, and that it has only just been produced or completed. He seemed to be pleased by this newly minted vehicle. the movie's freshly minted script
mints
third-person singular of mint
mints
plural of mint
minty
Having a flavour or essence of mint
minty
{s} mint flavored, with a taste of mint
minty
tasting or smelling of mint
mountain mint
any of a number of perennial herbs of the genus Pycnanthemum; eastern North America and California
mustang mint
fragrant California annual herb having lanceolate leaves and clusters of rose-purple flowers
stone mint
An aromatic eastern North American plant (Cunila origanoides) of the mint family, having clusters of small purplish or white flowers. Also called dittany
united states mint
the mint that manufactures and distributes United States coins for circulation through Federal Reserve Banks; processes gold and silver bullion
water mint
water-mint: a European mint that thrives in wet places; has a perfume like that of the bergamot orange; naturalized in eastern North America
water mint
A kind of mint (Mentha aquatica) growing in wet places, and sometimes having a perfume resembling bergamot
water-mint
a European mint that thrives in wet places; has a perfume like that of the bergamot orange; naturalized in eastern North America
wood mint
American herb of genus Blephilia with more or less hairy leaves and clusters of purplish or bluish flowers
mint
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