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Translation of "mint" - English-Spanish dictionary

mint

noun   /mɪnt/
[no plural] a plant whose leaves are used to add flavour to food and drinks hierbabuena, menta
a sweet with a fresh, strong taste caramelo de menta
(Definition of mint from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mint

noun /mint/
a place where money is made by the government casa de la moneda the Royal Mint.
in mint condition
fresh; unused; in perfect condition en perfecto estado The guitar is in mint condition – I don’t think it has ever been used.
(Definition of mint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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