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Hindi translation of 'mint'

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mint

/mɪnt मिन्ट्/
Word forms: mints, minting, minted
1. uncountable noun
Mint is a fresh-tasting herb.
पुदीना mn

2. countable noun
A mint is a sweet with a peppermint flavour.
पेपरमिंट के स्वाद वाली एक मिठाई nf

3. singular noun
The mint is the place where the official coins of a country are made.
टकसाल mn

4. transitive verb
To mint coins or medals means to make them in a mint.
सिक्के ढालना
minting uncountable nounसिक्के ढालने की प्रक्रिया nf
...the minting of new gold coins.

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Example Sentences Including 'mint'

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Crush using a fork with a little sugar and fresh mint.
The Sun (2014)
Drain and tip into the bowl of a food processor with the crème fraîche and mint sauce.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Garnish your carrots with some fresh parsley or mint for a bit of added flavour.
The Sun (2016)
He made the coins but did not make a mint.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It belongs to the mint family and will have little glowing purple flowers in April.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It grows in colonies, and has dark green leaves like stinging nettles, but does not sting since it is a member of the mint family.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Pick and finely chop the mint leaves, reserving a few pretty ones to garnish.
The Sun (2016)
Rip a few mint leaves to place on top and serve.
The Sun (2013)
Season with salt and pepper and add the chopped fresh mint and parsley.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Serve with plain yoghurt mixed with chopped mint for freshness.
The Sun (2016)
Sugar feeds bacteria and so any sugary foods, breath mints or drinks should be limited.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Tear the fresh mint and scatter it over the dish and serve.
The Sun (2015)
The newly minted music department is a case in point.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The watch made it there and back in mint condition.
The Sun (2012)
Pick and finely chop the mint leaves, then trim and finely chop the spring onions.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Put the peas into a bowl and stir through the chopped mint.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Scatter with chopped mint and toasted almond slivers.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Sprinkle with rose petals (if you like) and the chopped mint to serve.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Stir in a handful of chopped mint.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Strip the leaves from a sprig of mint and place in a tall glass.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The mint tea comes in a sweet iron pot.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Why are so many newly minted designers making this trip to the weird side?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Pick the leaves off the parsley and mint stalks.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The lower the number, the higher the value, and the notes have to be in mint condition with no blemishes or creases to fetch a top price.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
From his pocket he took a package of breath mints.
Christianity Today (2000)

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'mint' in Other Languages

British English: mint /mɪnt/ NOUN
place where coins are made The mint is the place where the official coins of a country are made.
It's amazing how many different coins the mint makes in a year.
  • American English: mint coins
  • Arabic: دَارُ الضَّربِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: casa da moeda
  • Chinese: 造币厂
  • Croatian: kovnica novca
  • Czech: mincovna
  • Danish: mønt
  • Dutch: munt
  • European Spanish: casa de la moneda
  • Finnish: rahapaja
  • French: hôtel des monnaies
  • German: Münzamt
  • Greek: νομισματοκοπείο
  • Italian: zecca
  • Japanese: 貨幣鋳造所 coins
  • Korean: 화폐 주조소
  • Norwegian: myntverk
  • Polish: mennica monety
  • European Portuguese: casa da moeda
  • Romanian: monetărie
  • Russian: монетный двор
  • Latin American Spanish: casa de la moneda
  • Swedish: myntverk
  • Thai: โรงกษาปณ์
  • Turkish: darphane
  • Ukrainian: монетний двір
  • Vietnamese: xưởng đúc tiền
British English: mint /mɪnt/ NOUN
herb Mint is a fresh-tasting herb.
The lamb was served with mint.
  • American English: mint herb
  • Arabic: نَعْنَّاع
  • Brazilian Portuguese: menta
  • Chinese: 薄荷
  • Croatian: metvica
  • Czech: máta
  • Danish: mynte
  • Dutch: munt
  • European Spanish: menta
  • Finnish: minttu
  • French: menthe
  • German: Minze
  • Greek: μέντα
  • Italian: menta
  • Japanese: ミント herb/sweet
  • Korean: 박하
  • Norwegian: mynte
  • Polish: mięta
  • European Portuguese: menta
  • Romanian: mentă
  • Russian: мята
  • Latin American Spanish: menta
  • Swedish: mynta
  • Thai: ใบสะระแหน่
  • Turkish: nane bitki/şeker
  • Ukrainian: м'ята
  • Vietnamese: bạc hà
British English: mint VERB
To mint coins or medals means to make them in a mint.
...the right to mint coins.

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Translation of mint from the Collins English to Hindi
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