- = brain, head, imagination, psyche, subconscious •
I'm trying to clear my mind of all this.
- = memory, recollection, remembrance, powers of recollection •
He spent the next hour going over the trial in his mind.
- = attention, thinking, thoughts, concentration •
My mind was never on my work.
- = intelligence, reason, reasoning, understanding, sense, spirit, brain(s) (informal), wits, mentality, intellect, grey matter (informal), ratiocination •
an excellent training for the young mind
- = thinker, academic, intellectual, genius, brain (informal), scholar, sage, intellect, rocket scientist (informal, mainly US), brainbox, acca (Australian, slang) •
She moved to London, meeting some of the best minds of her time.
- = intention, will, wish, desire, urge, fancy, purpose, leaning, bent, notion, tendency, inclination, disposition •
They could interpret it that way if they'd a mind to.
- = sanity, reason, senses, judgment, wits, marbles (informal), rationality, mental balance •
Sometimes I feel I'm losing my mind.
- = attitude, view, opinion, belief, feeling, thoughts, judgment, point of view, outlook, sentiment, way of thinking •
They're all of the same mind.
- = take offence at, dislike, care about, object to, resent, disapprove of, be bothered by, look askance at, be affronted by •
I hope you don't mind me calling in like this.
- = be careful, watch, take care, be wary, be cautious, be on your guard •
Mind you don't burn those sausages.
- = be sure, ensure, make sure, be careful, make certain •
Mind you don't let the cat out.
- = remember to, see (that), make sure, don't forget to, take care to •
Mind you take care of him!
- = look after, watch, protect, tend, guard, take care of, attend to, keep an eye on, have or take charge of •
Could you mind the shop while I'm out, please?
- = pay attention to, follow, mark, watch, note, regard, respect, notice, attend to, listen to, observe, comply with, obey, heed, adhere to, take heed of, pay heed to •
You mind what I say now!
'mind' in Other Languages
- British English: mind Your mind is the part of your brain that thinks, understands, and remembers.I can't get that song out of my mind.maɪnd NOUN
- Arabic: عَقْلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mente
- Chinese: 头脑
- Croatian: um
- Czech: mysl
- Danish: sind
- Dutch: geest
- European Spanish: mente
- Finnish: mieli
- French: espritcerveau
- German: GeistKopf
- Greek: νους
- Italian: mente
- Japanese: 心
- Korean: 마음
- Norwegian: sinn
- Polish: umysł
- Portuguese: mente
- Romanian: minte minți
- Russian: разум
- Spanish: mente
- Swedish: hjärna
- Thai: จิตใจ
- Turkish: zihin
- Ukrainian: розум
- Vietnamese: tâm trí
- British English: mind If you mind something, it annoys you.It was hard work but she didn't mind.maɪnd VERB
- Arabic: يَهْتَمُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: importar-se
- Chinese: 介意
- Croatian: imati nešto protiv
- Czech: vaditobtěžovat
- Danish: have noget imod
- Dutch: erg vinden
- European Spanish: cuidaratender
- Finnish: panna pahakseen
- French: déranger
- German: aufpassen auf
- Greek: ενοχλούμαι
- Italian: badare a
- Japanese: いやだと思う
- Korean: 개의하다
- Norwegian: ha noe imot
- Polish: mieć przeciwko
- Portuguese: importar-se
- Romanian: a conta
- Russian: возражать
- Spanish: preocuparse por
- Swedish: bry sig om
- Thai: รังเกียจ
- Turkish: aldırmaktavır
- Ukrainian: зважати
- Vietnamese: thấy phiền
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