Definition of Mild in English :

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Mild meaning in English

Meaning of Mild in English

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1. mild

moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme

Example Sentences:
'a mild winter storm'
'a mild fever'
'fortunately the pain was mild'
'a mild rebuke'
'mild criticism'

2. meek, mild, modest

humble in spirit or manner; suggesting retiring mildness or even cowed submissiveness

Example Sentences:
'meek and self-effacing'

3. balmy, mild, soft

mild and pleasant

Example Sentences:
'balmy days and nights'
'the climate was mild and conducive to life or growth'
'a soft breeze'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of mild
(of a taste, sensation, etc) not powerful or strong; bland
a mild curry
gentle or temperate in character, climate, behaviour, etc
not extreme; moderate
a mild rebuke
feeble; unassertive
5. British
draught beer, of darker colour than bitter and flavoured with fewer hops

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see synonyms of mild
gentle or kind in disposition, action, or effect; not severe, harsh, bitter, etc.
not extreme in any way; moderate; temperate
a mild winter
having a soft, pleasant taste or flavor; not strong, sour, bitter, biting, or sharp
said of tobacco, cheese, etc.
designating steel that is tough but malleable and contains only a small percentage of carbon

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


see synonyms of mild
adj. mild·er, mild·est
1. Gentle or kind in disposition, manners, or behavior.
a. Moderate in type, degree, effect, or force: a mild pipe tobacco; a mild sedative.
b. Not extreme: a mild winter storm.
c. Warm and full of sunshine; pleasant: a mild spring day; mild weather in June.
3. Not severe or acute: a mild fever.
4. Easily molded, shaped, or worked; malleable: mild steel.
intr.v. mild·ed, mild·ing, milds
Texas & Virginia To diminish or decrease. Used of the wind or a storm. See Note at fair1.

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