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mentalitynoun [U]

us   /menˈtæl·ɪ·t̬i/
a person’s or group’s way of thinking about things: They buy everything on credit – they have this play now, pay later mentality.
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mentalitynoun [C, usually singular]

uk   /menˈtæləti/ us   plural mentalities
the particular way that a person or group thinks about things: We need to end this credit-card mentality and start living within our means.
(Definition of mentality from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mentality”
in Chinese (Simplified) 心态,心性…
in Turkish zihniyet, mantalite…
in Russian склад ума…
in Chinese (Traditional) 心態,心性,思想方法…
in Polish mentalność…
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