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English definition of “mild”

mild

adjective [-er/-est only]  /mɑɪld/ us  
not violent, severe, or extreme; slight or gentle: mild criticism a mild case of the flu She has a very mild temperament. If the flavor of food or a smell is described as mild, it is not very strong. Mild weather is not very cold or not as cold as usual.
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