Define Mint Meaning

Mint
1. Nice
2. Cool

Man, that shit is mint.
By Elane
Mint
Expression used in The North Of England meaning good

Ah, thats well mint!
By Viviene
Mint

Man, they spent a mint to get that car
By Marcia
Mint

By Gilbertina
Mint
This word is used very often in the North East of England. Especially by teenagers on the streets and chavs. It's basically just used as a substitute for words meaning cool, class and ace.

thats proper mint that!

woahh man thats mint as!
By Bobbye
Mint
An expression that, in terms of classifieds advertising, has lost all meaning.

Trying to sell my , used only a few times... in mint condition!
By Isadora
Mint
Meaning pain inflicted on legs/ankle from wearing socks or wearing socks that are too tight.

"Mint" (Rubs around ankle) "Those socks were too tight'
By Hanny
Mint
1. Unexpectedly great; used as a response to new information
2. Very good; to describe
3. An exclaimation of happiness

Note: Pronounced "m-uh-nt". Say it quick . . . muhnt! Now drop the T sort of. Good job.

1. "Hey, I just bought a new car" "Really? That's Mint!"
2. "Holy christ, that girl's Mint!"
3. Just win the lottery? Shout "Mint!", then laugh maniacally.
4. This mint is 'Mint!'
By Deanne
Mint
a million dollars

Like grand in reference to a thousand dolal

"He dropped a mint on that lamborghini!"
By Pammi
Mint
Specifically meaning (and sometimes legally) that the item is literally untouched by human hands.

The term comes from coins made at COIN MINTS which were dropped from the press directly into boxes for collectors and therefore never touched by human hands.

The meaning of the term "mint" is about as strict as the definition for the word "virgin."

In stretching the modern-day definition, it sometimes is valid to refer to an item which was purchased brand-new and unopened, but has been opened and checked but never used.

A further stretch is the use of "near-mint" which would still mean something possibly tested and used briefly but which still has no evidence of human handling or use.

It does NOT mean "looks like it's almost new." It does NOT mean anything to do with the herbal MINTS, as unfortunately assumed by many newer-generation mis-users of the term "mint."

It does NOT mean, in legal or historical use, anything to do with "looks cool" or "good" or "nice," as defined by other submissions on this website, on many ebay listngs and in common modern-day slang mis-use. That is sheer illiterate bastardization of the term.

"This camera is MINT condition, I opened it to see if it took the kind of storage-card that I use but it didn't, so I put it back in the box."

"This 40-year-old Gibson guitar has been in the closet since my grandfather won it in a contest, and other than a few playings it's nearly mint-condition."
By Trula