There are 2 main translations of mint in Spanish

: mint1mint2

mint1

menta (verde), n.

Pronunciation /mɪnt//mɪnt/

noun

Cooking Botany

  • 1spearmint

    menta (verde) feminine
    • A tip here would be to bury an empty coffee can and plant the mint in it.
    • Choose five of the following fresh herbs: flat-leaf parsley, chives, mint, chervil, basil, dill, tarragon.
    • For healthy apple trees, plant some nasturtiums and mint around the trunks to deter woolly aphids.
    • You can smell the mint, basil, and dill intermixing together and providing the outside with their spicy, sweet scents.
    • Chives, marjoram, mint, oregano, parsley, sage, tarragon, and thyme are good choices for a sunny kitchen windowsill.
    • The Shakespeare Garden is planted with herbs referred to by Shakespeare in his plays, including mint, camomile, marjoram and lavender.
    • We live in an apartment, and although we do grow some things - mint, sage, thyme, tarragon, rosemary - rhubarb is not one of them.
    • You can start some herbs, such as thyme, mint and rosemary, from cuttings or from young plants you buy at a florist or greenhouse.
    • Certain families of plants dominate the list, such as the carrot family and the mints.
    • Among the favorites are asters and daisies, milkweeds, mustards, mints, peas, and vervains.
    • The crops most suited to water culture include lettuce and some herbs as watercress and mint.
    • I could smell his cologne; it reminds me of pine trees and mint that he planted a couple of summers ago.
    • Chives, sage, mint, and basil are good choices for a child's garden.
    • After trimming the mint plant I put that in the sun room.
    • While I was out there I pruned back the mint, rosemary and oregano plants which were past their best.
    • Harvest culinary and medicinal herbs like lemon balm, mint, French tarragon, summer savory and basil before they go to seed.
    • If space limits you to only three herbs, plant mint, parsley, and thyme.
    • This method works well with groundcovers and other plants that spread quickly, such as creeping thyme, mints, lamb's ears, ajuga, vinca, mums, asters, and daisies.
    • Marjoram is an aromatic mint, so it has digestion-soothing benefits that are similar to peppermint's.
    • Herbs like dill, mint and cumin were also highly prized.
  • 2peppermint

    menta feminine
    hierbabuena feminine
  • 3

    (confection)
    pastilla de menta feminine
    • This spring, Storck stakes a position between hard candy and strong mints with Icefresh.
    • Also, keep a packet of mints or chewing gum in your bag in case you need to freshen up later.
    • Just remember if you're going to church make sure you clean your teeth and purchase a packet of extra strong mints.
    • I stayed clear of the sweets for fear of getting hooked but they looked great: carefully wrapped gold and silver parcels of chocolate almond bars, almond roccas, coconut brittle and chocolate mints.
    • He is also responsible for designing the new packaging for Polo mints and Fruit Pastilles.
    • Drink liquids often or use gum, mints or hard candies to remove a bad taste in your mouth.
    • There were a few large jars of boiled sweets in the window, chocolate limes and Everton mints.
    • There was a crowded table in the center filled with magazines and a basket of mints and candies.
    • She ordered a few cookies, a coffee with cream and three packets of sugar, an iced mocha, some chocolate lollipops, and after-coffee mints to finish the meal off.
    • Other foods studied, such as chocolate, crisps, chewing gum and mints, increased flavour without limit when greater amounts were added.
    • Their breakfast consisted of half a bag of stale chips, badly melted candy mints and a candy bar.
    • Chewing gum and mints are two examples of products that began to break the limited paradigm of taste.
    • Consumers can be rewarded for their participation with Molson Scratch Cards or handouts such as blinking buttons, tins of mints, key chains, beverage wrenches and T-shirts.
    • In principle, I'm all for the after-dinner freebie: Bring on the petit fours, chocolate mints, toothpicks.
    • Gelatin, an ingredient made from cow bones, is a frequent ingredient in yogurt, ice cream, mints, gummy candies, margarine, and the coatings on some gel caps.
    • So the daily posts will probably cease, as will the free mints on your pillow.
    • They were without water and had only a couple of packets of mints between them for 24 hours before being rescued by a Sea King helicopter.
    • Paste-type mixtures are also used for making sweets, especially mints.
    • Inside were a few hard candy mints, the kinds you get from restaurants, and pencil and a notebook.
    • For example, one page from his book shows that just one black-and-white cookie has the same number of calories as two frozen yogurts, a large plate of fruit, six hard candies and eight chocolate mints.

There are 2 main translations of mint in Spanish

: mint1mint2

mint2

casa de la moneda, n.

Pronunciation /mɪnt//mɪnt/

noun

Finance

  • 1

    casa de la moneda feminine
    to make/cost/be worth a mint (of money) hacer/costar/valer un dineral / una fortuna
    • All Scots and foreign coins were then sent to the Scottish mint to be melted down and replaced by money issued by the English crown.
    • The book is richly detailed and aspires to be a comprehensive history of the mint, the coins it produced, and the people connected with it.
    • He added that the coin mint moved to that site in 1546, just before Edward VI became King, and the minting of coins halted there in 1554.
    • The Argentinian mint has only ever issued three commemorative coins.
    • The number of mints was carefully controlled and permission to subjects to strike coins granted sparingly: it was an indication of the weakness of government during Stephen's reign that so many magnates began to mint coins.
    • The US mint struck one billion dollar coins between 1989 and 2000; last year it exceeded that number in the first Sacagawea minting alone.
    • Britain forbade her colonies to set up their own mints; and British coins brought in by new colonists were soon sent home to pay for imports.
    • Certain areas suffered because of the proliferation of mints - money became devalued in many senses not least because the production of money appeared to have become a free-for-all.
    • Although none of the money was used, the raid on the mint was viewed as theft of national property.
    • It has the one baht coin from the Paris mint set in it, and the plaque shows the funeral pyre.
    • By counterfeit coinage was meant not so much the striking of imitations from base metal (for which there is in fact very little extant evidence) as coins struck in mints not controlled by the king.
    • Near the end of the 3rd century some regional mints were coining over a million Antoninianus a year.
    • A mint produced gold, silver, and bronze coins of Cunobelin.
    • On November 26, French riot police broke through a picket line at a mint producing the new euro coins in Pessac, near Bordeaux.
    • Many are walking advertisements for tattoo parlors and they make more money than the mint can print in a day.
    • The mint expects to produce some 2.3 billion coins by the end of this year, rising to between 3.0 and 3.2 billion by 2004.
    • The Empire set up a large number of independent local mints that were authorized subject to some degree of imperial oversight to mint coinage more or less without restriction.
    • Meanwhile, more coin was coming to be made outside English mints, particularly in Scotland.
    • Demand a percentage from someone who has discovered a legitimate way of minting money or you'll shut down the mint.
    • Round shapes with figural reliefs placed on the door of a mint obviously suggest coins, and this is far from accidental.

adjective

  • 1

    (coin/stamp) sin usar
    • Offered for sale are Disney Toy Story 8 miniature figurines, mint, in the original box.
    • It is a great second box set of 3 records, mint.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (coin) acuñar
    • The economic status of Ipswich in the Late Saxon Age is seen in the number of moneyers minting coins there.
    • It should be noted that E. F. Kankrin, then the Russian minister of finance, made use of Goethe's advice to mint coins in platinum.
    • In gold, this coin was minted to commemorate the defeat of the Ashirgarh Fort.
    • These portrait coins were minted from 814 to 818, and it was probably during this period that Louis also struck a splendid gold coinage.
    • In fact, a Bulgarian coin was minted in the 1930's with a picture of the relief credited to Khan Krum.
    • However, neighbouring countries such as Vietnam and Cambodia were already minting their own coins, and international traders were also desirous of indigenous flat silver coins.
    • A century on King Midas of Lydia was the first to mint coins of silver and gold and in the same century the Athenians added the refinement of having devices on both sides.
    • In addition, the gold florin, the local coin minted by Florentine guilds, became the standard currency of Europe and one of the first since Roman times to be used so widely.
    • The last silver coins were minted with the date 1964.
    • Legend has it that each new Governor would mint his own coins but local people kept using bread as their currency regardless.
    • Most countries that switch continue to mint their own coins, however.
    • Two thousand years ago, Jews minted coins on the Golan, the same place where, 30 years ago, Israeli tanks fought fierce battles to stop the Syrians from shelling the kibbutzes in the valley below.
    • He and his heirs maintained a remarkable consistency in size and weight, and all coins were minted by strictly controlled moneyers in boroughs and other local centres.
    • Moreover, their date cannot really be established, since the scratchings could have been made decades after the coins were minted.
    • The first indigenous Scottish coins were minted in 1135 during the reign of David I, with successive Scottish monarchs introducing new features.
    • The coins were minted by the Royal Mint and are legal tender.
    • They included interpreters, smiths to mint coins, and Munshi to write the king's Persian correspondence to the Mughal governor of Kashmir.
    • The earliest known Irish coins were minted by Sihtric Olafsson in the Viking kingdom of Dublin after 990 and were copies of English silver pennies.
    • Part of that work included designing a graphic of all of the steps that go into minting a coin, a complex process that few of the individual employees understood from start to finish.
    • But there are also plenty of away-from-the-computer projects, such as drawing monarch butterflies and minting your own coins.