› someone’s memory, or their ability to think and feel emotions: She has a very logical mind.
change your mind › to change a decision or opinion: We changed our minds about selling the house.
make your mind up › to make a decision: I haven’t made up my mind whether to go yet.
bear/keep someone/something in mind › to remember someone or something that may be useful in the future: I’ll keep you in mind if another job comes up.
cross someone’s mind › If an idea crosses your mind, you think about it for a short time: It crossed my mind that she might not want to go.
have/keep an open mind › to wait until you know all the facts before you form an opinion about something or judge someone: We’re keeping an open mind about the causes of the fire.
to my mind › used to emphasize that you are giving your own opinion: To my mind, the play was disappointing.
have something on your mind › to worry about something: Jim has a lot on his mind at the moment.
be out of your mind informal › to be crazy or very stupid: You must be out of your mind going jogging in this weather.
put/set someone’s mind at rest › to say something to someone to stop them from worrying: Talking to the doctor put my mind at rest.