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Definition of “mild” - Learner’s Dictionary

mild

adjective     /maɪld/
WEATHER B1 When weather is mild, it is less cold than you would expect: a mild winter Describing good weather
ILLNESS When an illness is mild, it is not as serious as it could be: My doctor said I had a mild form of pneumonia.Disease and illness - general words
WEAK B2 not having a strong effect: a mild taste a mild detergentWeakness and vulnerability
KIND calm and gentle: He has a very mild manner.Tender and gentleKind and thoughtful
(Definition of mild from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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