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Meaning of “open mind” in the English Dictionary

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open mindnoun

uk   us  
have/keep an open mind B2 to ​wait until you ​know all the ​facts before ​forming an ​opinion or making a ​judgment: We should ​keep an ​openmind until all of the ​evidence is ​available.
(Definition of open mind from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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