mindnoun [C]uk /maɪnd/ us /maɪnd/
- He's made up his mind, and nothing you can say will change his opinion on the issue.
- I know she's gone forever, but I just can't put her out of my mind.
- Her words kept running through my mind.
- If you change your mind about coming tonight, just give me a call.
- The events of last year are still fresh in people's minds .
mindverbuk /maɪnd/ us /maɪnd/
mind verb (BE ANNOYED)
- go off sb/sth
- hate sb's guts idiom
- have a problem with sth/sb idiom
- have a thing about sth/sb idiom
- not know what sb sees in sb/sth idiom
- not take kindly to sth idiom
- put sb off (sth/sb)
- see sth in sb/sth
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mind verb (BE CAREFUL)
- attention span
- be good, and if you can't be good, be careful idiom
- be on (your) guard idiom
- handle/treat sb with kid gloves idiom
- hang on/upon sth
- have a care idiom
- have/keep your ear to the ground idiom
- take note of sth idiom
- the/a glare of sth idiom
- tread carefully/gently/lightly idiom
- walk on eggs/eggshells idiom
mind verb (TAKE CARE OF)
mind verb (OBEY)