|Origin:||Old English minte, from Latin mentha; MENTHOL|
|Origin:||Old English mynet 'coin, money', from Latin moneta; MONEY|
a small plant with green leaves that have a fresh smell and taste and are used in cooking:
new potatoes sprinkled with chopped mint
roast lamb with mint sauce
Decorate with a sprig of mint.
a sweet that tastes of peppermint (=a type of mint with a strong fresh taste):
We sat in the back row, sucking mints.
Would you like a mint?
looking new and in perfect condition:
A copy in mint condition would fetch about £2000.
a place where coins are officially made:
coins issued by the Royal Mint