Mental

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Etymology

From Template:Frm {{ Template:Frm/script |[[mental#Template:Frm|mental]]|face=term|lang=frm}}, from Template:LL. {{la|mentālis||of the mind, mental}}, from {{la|mēns||the mind}}. Also from [[mentum#|mentum]] (the chin), depending on usage.

Pronunciation

Adjective

Template:En-adj

  1. Of or relating to the mind or an intellectual process.
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      “I don't mean all of your friends—only a small proportion—which, however, connects your circle with that deadly, idle, brainless bunch—the insolent chatterers at the opera,Template:Nb..., the neurotic victims of mental cirrhosis, the jewelled animals whose moral code is the code of the barnyard—!"
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  2. Lëtzebuergesch: en
    Insane, mad, crazy.
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  3. Lëtzebuergesch: en
    Enjoyable; fun.
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  4. Lëtzebuergesch: en
    Of or relating to the chin or median part of the lower jaw, genial.
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  5. Lëtzebuergesch: en
    Of or relating to the chin-like or lip-like structure.

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Noun

Mental (plural [[Mentals#|Mentals]])
  1. (Articleszoology) A plate or scale covering the mentum or chin of a fish or reptile.

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Asturian

Etymology

From {{la|mentālis}}.

Adjective

Template:Ast-adj-mf

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

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Catalan

Etymology

From {{la|mentālis}}.

Adjective

Template:Ca-adj

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

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French

Etymology

From Template:LL. {{la|mentālis||of the mind, mental}}, from {{la|mēns||the mind}}.

Pronunciation

Adjective

Template:Fr-adj

  1. [[mental#|mental]] Template:Gloss

Noun

Template:Fr-noun

  1. mind
    Elle a un mental d'acier.

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Galician

Etymology

From {{la|mentālis}}.

Adjective

Template:Gl-adj

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

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German

Etymology

From {{la|mentālis}}.

Pronunciation

  • [mɛnˈtaːl]

Adjective

Template:De-adj

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

Declension

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Norwegian Bokmål

Etymology

From [[mentalis#|mentalis]], from [[mens#|mens]]

Adjective

{{ Template:Nb/script |Mental|face=head|lang=nb}} (neuter singular Template:Slink, definite singular and plural Template:Slink)

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

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Norwegian Nynorsk

Etymology

From [[mentalis#|mentalis]], from [[mens#|mens]]

Adjective

Mental (neuter singular Template:Slink, definite singular and plural Template:Slink)

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

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Portuguese

Etymology

From {{la|mentālis}}.

Pronunciation

Adjective

Template:Pt-adj

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

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Spanish

Etymology

From {{la|mentālis}}.

Adjective

Template:Es-adj

  1. [[mental#|mental]]

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Swedish

Adjective

Mental

  1. [[mental#|mental]], pertaining to the mind

Declension

Template:Sv-adj-abs

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ca:mental cs:mental da:mental de:mental et:mental el:mental es:mental fr:mental gl:mental ko:mental hy:mental io:mental id:mental it:mental jv:mental kn:mental ku:mental li:mental hu:mental mg:mental ml:mental my:mental nl:mental pl:mental pt:mental ro:mental ru:mental simple:mental fi:mental sv:mental ta:mental te:mental chr:mental tr:mental vi:mental zh:mental

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