Definition of 'peppermint'
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Example sentences containing 'peppermint'
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Put a drop of peppermint oil on a flannel or tea towel. The Sun (2009)Learn to enjoy peppermint tea to help your digestion. The Sun (2014)It smells great, and peppermint oil improves digestion and is used commercially to treat irritable bowel syndrome. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I have read that peppermint oil puts them off. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I cured my cancer by eating organic broccoli and having regular peppermint oil massages. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Everybody had peppermint candy, too. Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers, (1995)Builders' tea or peppermint tea? Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you drink a pint of hot honey and lemon, or peppermint tea whilst you soak it will further encourage sweating. Coming Off Tranquillizers and Sleeping Pills (1991)Then I have a peppermint and liquorice tea in bed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I have an espresso, followed by a peppermint tea and lots of fruit. The Sun (2013)And then I move on to peppermint tea. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Instead of giving them a peppermint or sweet, you've got all the hips here. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He would then dip into his pocket to offer a peppermint sweet, of which he always kept a large quantity in a clear plastic bag. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I drink herbal tea - peppermint, fennel or camomile. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I made myself a strong coffee, but he asked for a peppermint tea, saying caffeine was not good for him. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'peppermint'
British English: peppermint /ˈpɛpəˌmɪnt/ NOUN
flavour Peppermint is a strong fresh-tasting flavouring that is obtained from a plant or made artificially.
- American English: peppermint
- Arabic: نَعنَاعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: hortelã-pimenta
- Chinese: 薄荷
- Croatian: pepermint
- Czech: máta peprná
- Danish: pebermynte
- Dutch: pepermunt
- European Spanish: menta
- Finnish: piparminttu
- French: menthe poivrée
- German: Pfefferminze
- Greek: μέντα
- Italian: menta piperita
- Japanese: ペパーミント
- Korean: 서양박하
- Norwegian: peppermynte
- Polish: mięta
- European Portuguese: hortelã-pimenta
- Romanian: mentă
- Russian: мята перечная
- Spanish: menta
- Swedish: pepparmint
- Thai: สะระแหน่
- Turkish: nane şekeri
- Ukrainian: перцева м'ята
- Vietnamese: cây bạc hà cay
British English: peppermint NOUN
sweet A peppermint is a peppermint-flavoured piece of candy.
Definition of peppermint from the Collins English Dictionary
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