Definition of 'mink'
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Example sentences containing 'mink'
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Why did she wear a mink coat? Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)The main threat has come from the introduction of the American mink. The Sun (2006)And remember, nobody needs a mink coat except a mink. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His wife carried a mink coat over her arm and didn't seem at all concerned that her clothes should match. Times, Sunday Times (2011)With those changes from major to minor, they can wrap a luxuriant sense of yearning around you like a mink stole. Times, Sunday Times (2014)YOU can buy a mink coat or rent a Ferrari at the click of a finger. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I've wanted a mink coat all my life. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One day, she looked up from the counter to see an elegant, beautiful older woman wearing a mink coat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'mink'
British English: mink /mɪŋk/ NOUN
A mink is a small furry animal with highly valued fur.
The hunting of mink is not allowed.
- American English: mink
- Arabic: مينك
- Brazilian Portuguese: marta
- Chinese: 貂
- Croatian: kanadska kuna
- Czech: norek
- Danish: mink
- Dutch: nerts
- European Spanish: visón
- Finnish: minkki
- French: vison
- German: Nerz
- Greek: βιζόν
- Italian: visone
- Japanese: ミンク
- Korean: 밍크
- Norwegian: mink
- Polish: norka zwierzę
- European Portuguese: marta
- Romanian: nurcă
- Russian: норка
- Spanish: visón
- Swedish: mink
- Thai: ตัวมิงค์ ขนใช้ทำเสื้อกันหนาว
- Turkish: vizon
- Ukrainian: норка
- Vietnamese: chồn vizon
Definition of mink from the Collins English Dictionary
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