- (context, Printing): the edge of the paper that remains blank
- (context, Finance): the yield or profit; the selling price minus the cost
- a permissible difference; allowing some freedom to move within limits, as a margin of error
- A building or institution where money (originally, only coins) is produced under government licence.
- (context, informal) A large amount of money.
- That house is worth a mint
- It must have cost a mint to produce!
- (transitive) To reproduce (coins), usually en masse, under licence.
- Of condition, as new.
- in mint condition.
- (context, numismatics) In near-perfect condition; uncirculated.
- (context, philately) unused, Unused with original gum; as issued originally.
- (slang) Very good.
- that's mint
- A mountain, as in Mount Everest
- A horse used to ride on, unlike a draught horse
- The rider climbed onto his .
- The number of riders in a cavalry unit or division
- The General said he has 2,000 mounts.
- To go up; climb; ascend: to mount stairs.
- Antonym: dismount
- The rider mounted his horse.
- To attach an object to a support, as to mount a mailbox on a post
- Antonym: demount
- (computing) To attach a drive or device to the directory structure in order to make it available to the operating system.
- Antonyms: usually unmount, sometimes dismount, rarely demount
- To get on top of an animal to mate.
- (slang) to have sexual intercourse with someone, something.
- Synonyms - see WikiSaurus:sexual intercourse
- To begin a military assault
- The General gave the order to the attack.