Bedeutung von “mind” im Essential English Dictionary


verb uk /maɪnd/
do you mind?/would you mind?

A2 something you say when politely asking someone to do something:

Do you mind not smoking in here, please?
I don’t mind

A2 used to say that a choice is not important when responding to an offer or suggestion:

I don’t mind which movie we see as long as it’s a funny one.
‘Would you like tea or coffee?’ ‘I don’t mind.’
never mind

A2 used to tell someone not to worry about something they have done:

‘I didn’t bring enough cash.’ ‘Never mind, you can pay me next week.’

B1 to be angry or worried about something:

Would he mind if I borrowed his book?
I don’t mind driving.
mind you

something you say before saying the opposite of what you have just said:

We had a really nice holiday. Mind you, the weather was terrible.

B1 UK something you say when telling someone to be careful with something dangerous:

Mind the iron – it’s hot!

(Definition von “mind verb” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)