1 (of a taste, sensation, etc.) not powerful or strong; bland
a mild curry
2 gentle or temperate in character, climate, behaviour, etc.
3 not extreme; moderate
a mild rebuke
5 (Brit) draught beer, of darker colour than bitter and flavoured with fewer hops (Old English milde; compare Old Saxon mildi, Old Norse mildr)
n any of a class of strong tough steels that contain a low quantity of carbon (0.1--0.25 per cent)
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