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  1. men·tion
    IPA[ˈmen(t)SH(ə)n]
  2. verb

    noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: mention, plural noun: mentions

    • v.: verb: mention, 3rd person present: mentions, gerund or present participle: mentioning, past tense: mentioned, past participle: mentioned

    • verb

      refer to (something) briefly and without going into detail:

      refer to (someone) as being noteworthy, especially as a potential candidate for a post:

    • noun

      a reference to someone or something:

      a formal acknowledgement of something noteworthy:

    • noun

      a commendation given to a candidate in an examination or competition who is not awarded a prize:
    • noun

      a commendation given to a candidate in an examination or competition who is not awarded a prize:
    • used to introduce an additional fact or point that reinforces the point being made
    • used to introduce an additional point which reinforces the point being made
    • a polite expression used to indicate that an apology or an expression of thanks is not necessary
    • a polite expression used to indicate that thanks or an apology are not necessary
    • leave a legacy to someone
    • leave a legacy to someone
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