a mint of money

большая сумма

value for money — ценность в сравнении с уплаченной суммой

money supply figures — данные о сумме денег в обращении

to deduct a sum of money — удержать определённую сумму

money judgement — решение о присуждении денежной суммы

just a dab of money — ничтожная сумма, жалкие гроши


English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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  • mint of money — very large amount of money, fortune …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Mint.com — Type Subsidiary of Intuit Industry Personal finance, Software Founded 2006 …   Wikipedia

  • Mint — Mint, n. [AS. mynet money, coin, fr. L. moneta the mint, coined money, fr. Moneta, a surname of Juno, in whose at Rome money was coined; akin to monere to warn, admonish, AS. manian, and to E. mind. See {Mind}, and cf. {Money}, {Monition}.] 1. A… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • money — (n.) mid 13c., coinage, metal currency, from O.Fr. monoie money, coin, currency; change (Mod.Fr. monnaie), from L. moneta place for coining money, mint; coined money, money, coinage, from Moneta, a title or surname of the Roman goddess Juno, in… …   Etymology dictionary

  • mint — {{11}}mint (adj.) perfect (like a freshly minted coin), 1887 (in mint condition), from MINT (Cf. mint) (n.2). {{12}}mint (n.1) aromatic herb, O.E. minte (8c.), from W.Gmc. *minta (Cf. O.S. minta, M.D. mente, O.H.G. minza, Ger. Minze), a borrowing …   Etymology dictionary

  • mint´er — mint1 «mihnt», noun. 1. a sweet smelling herb often used for flavoring. Peppermint and spearmint are well known kinds of mint. The mints comprise a genus of the mint family. 2. any other plant of the mint family. 3. a piece of candy, usually… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mint — [OE] English has two completely unconnected words mint. The ‘money factory’ comes ultimately from Latin monēta ‘mint, money’ (source also of English money). It was borrowed into prehistoric West Germanic as *munita, which in due course produced… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • mint — [OE] English has two completely unconnected words mint. The ‘money factory’ comes ultimately from Latin monēta ‘mint, money’ (source also of English money). It was borrowed into prehistoric West Germanic as *munita, which in due course produced… …   Word origins

  • mint — Synonyms and related words: armory, arsenal, assembly line, assembly plant, atomic energy plant, batch, beget, bindery, block out, boatyard, boilery, bomb, boodle, bookbindery, brand new, breed, brewery, brickyard, bright, bring forth, bring into …   Moby Thesaurus

  • mint — mint1 [mint] n. [ME mynt < OE mynet, coin, akin to OHG munizza < Gmc * munita < L moneta, place for coining money < Moneta, epithet of JUNO, in whose temple at Rome money was coined] 1. a) a place where money is coined by authority of …   English World dictionary

  • mint — Ⅰ. mint [1] ► NOUN 1) an aromatic plant, several kinds of which are used as culinary herbs. 2) the flavour of mint, especially peppermint. 3) a peppermint sweet. DERIVATIVES minty adjective. ORIGIN Greek …   English terms dictionary

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