Definition of 'mild'
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They only have a mild flavour and contain very little flesh around the outer skin. The Sun (2016)It has a nice mild flavour with depth and smoky tones. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Perhaps the most chilling thought is that by the standards of other internet security issues, swamping attacks are a relatively mild problem. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The best news is that the cold snap this week is not expected to last long before milder Atlantic air returns towards the weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2017)These drugs can make your illness milder and make you feel better faster. The Sun (2009)They have a mild but pleasant flavour and go well with meat or fish. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We all experience apathy in its milder forms from time to time. Know Your Own Mind (1991)You may find you prefer the texture and milder taste of farmed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Snow is looking increasingly unlikely as mild air sweeps in from the south. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Mild weather has also been a theme this month. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Yesterday it stayed mild and wet in many places. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The outlook for this month is for a fairly typical mix of cold spells and milder interludes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The symptoms of the disease are relatively mild and recovery quick. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is a mild background flavour of tinned tomato and a hint of malt vinegar. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Walking remains the best form of mild exercise. 23 Steps to Successful Achievement (1972)The taste is slightly milder than domestic garlic. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fewer people suffer heart attacks when the weather is mild. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They said her illness was a mild infection caused by the cystic fibrosis she had suffered since early childhood. The Sun (2010)Wet and sometimes windy weather looks likely to continue this week thanks to a mild air flow from the south. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Light snow is possible for many but it should get milder from Monday. The Sun (2013)It was mild and gentle and didn't dry my skin. The Sun (2007)But again these can be extremely mild, and there may be no pain at all. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)What happens if I get a mild reaction? The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Why should the mild, gentle culture of the Anglicans not deserve the same preservation and respect as any other ancient culture? Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'mild'
British English: mild /maɪld/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is mild is not very strong or severe.
...a mild onion flavour.
- American English: mild
- Arabic: خَفِيفٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: suave
- Chinese: 温和的
- Croatian: blag
- Czech: mírný
- Danish: mild
- Dutch: mild
- European Spanish: suave leve
- Finnish: mieto
- French: doux goût
- German: mild
- Greek: ήπιος
- Italian: lieve
- Japanese: マイルドな
- Korean: 순한
- Norwegian: mild ikke sterk
- Polish: łagodny
- European Portuguese: suave
- Romanian: blând
- Russian: умеренный
- Spanish: suave
- Swedish: blid
- Thai: ซึ่งมีรสชาติอ่อน
- Turkish: ılımlı
- Ukrainian: помірний
- Vietnamese: nhẹ
Definition of mild from the Collins English Dictionary
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