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English[]

Etymology[]

From Middle French mental < Late Latin mentalis (of the mind, mental) < Latin mens (the mind).

Pronunciation[]

  • noicon
    (file)
    Rhymes: -ɛntəl

Adjective[]

Mental (not comparable)

Positive
Mental

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. of or relating to the mind or an intellectual process
  2. (anatomy) of or relating to the chin or median part of the lower jaw, genial
  3. (biology) of or relating to the chin-like or lip-like structure
  4. (colloquial, comparable) of or pertaining to a crazy person, crazy
    He is the most mental freshman I've seen yet.

Derived terms[]

  • mentalese
  • mentalist
  • mentality
  • mentally
  • mental age
  • mental block
  • mental disease
  • mental home
  • mental patient

Translations[]

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French[]

Etymology[]

From Late Latin mentalis, from Latin mens.

Pronunciation[]

Adjective[]

Mental m. (f. Mentale, m. plural mentaux, f. plural Mentales)

  1. mental

Noun[]

Mental m (usually uncountable)

  1. mind
    Elle a un mental d'acier.

Anagrams[]

  • aelmnt,
  • mêlant

German[]

Adjective[]

Template:De-adj

  1. mental

Spanish[]

Adjective[]

Mental m. and f. (plural mentales)

  1. mental

Related terms[]

ca:mental da:mental de:mental et:mental el:mental fr:mental gl:mental io:mental it:mental kn:mental ku:mental hu:mental ml:mental nl:mental pl:mental pt:mental ru:mental simple:mental fi:mental sv:mental ta:mental te:mental tr:mental vi:mental zh:mental

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