WordReference English Collocations © 2020
mintⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- [chewy, after-dinner, breath, strong] mints
- a [pack, packet] of mints
- Would you like a mint?
- here, take a mint!
- you need a mint!
- [fresh, frozen, dried] mint
- [chew, suck] on a mint
- [flavored, spiced, infused] with mint
- tea [infused with, with fresh] mint
- could use [more, less] mint
- [smells, tastes] like mint
- the [refreshing, strong] flavor of mint
- the [car, ring] must have cost a mint!
- made a mint selling [paintings, bonds, property]
- coins (are) [pressed, made] at the [Federal, Royal] Mint
- works at the (coin) mint
- mint [coins, nickels, pennies]
- (are) minted in [London, Denver, Brussels]
- minted under [tight, strict] security
- mint [more, less] money
- minted by [the government, machines, laser]
- minted for [circulation, a special edition]
- minted to [celebrate, commemorate, honor]
- mint [a word, technology, a contraption]
- [newly, recently, freshly] minted
- peas are minted [by adding, using]
- the [ice cream, shake] is mint flavored
- mint- flavored [ice cream]
- [fresh, dried] mint leaves
- mint [sauce, tea, toothpaste]
- the [car, jacket, device] is in mint condition
- [kept, maintained, preserved, sold, bought] in mint condition
'mint' also found in these entries (note: many are not synonyms or translations):