mint condition

Definition of mint condition

  1. :  perfect condition :  a state of being like new He kept the car in mint condition.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  any of a family (Lamiaceae synonym Labiatae, the mint family) of aromatic plants with a square stem and a 4-lobed ovary which produces four one-seeded nutlets in fruit

    :  any of a genus (Mentha) of mints that have white, purple, or pink verticillate flowers with a nearly regular corolla and four equal stamens and that include some used in flavoring and cookery

    :  a confection flavored with mint

  1. :  a place where coins, medals, or tokens are made

    :  a place where something is manufactured

    :  a vast sum or amount

  1. :  to make (as coins) out of metal :  coin

    :  create, produce

    :  to cause to attain an indicated status

  1. :  unmarred as if fresh from a mint

  1. :  a premise upon which the fulfillment of an agreement depends :  stipulation

    :  covenant

    :  a provision making the effect of a legal instrument contingent upon an uncertain event

  1. :  to make stipulations

    :  to agree by stipulating

    :  to make conditional

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