place where coins are made
a very large amount (of money)
a small plant whose leaves have a particular fresh smell and taste and are used in food or drinks
make (a coin) by stamping metal
"a batch of letters"
"a deal of trouble"
"a lot of money"
"he made a mint on the stock market"
"see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos"
"it must have cost plenty"
"a slew of journalists"
"a wad of money"
"in mint condition"
"strike a medal"
The Pulpit, and the Press, those Mints of Atheism.
出自： H. Sacheverell
But thou and I are one in kind, As moulded like in Nature's mint.
To have his soul melted and minted as mine has been.
出自： H. Brooke