› someone's memory or their ability to think, feel emotions, and be aware of things: For some reason her words stuck in my mind. She has a very logical mind.
have sth on your mind › to think or worry about something: Jim has a lot on his mind at the moment.
bear/keep sb/sth 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. [+ (that)] Bear in mind that there's a bank holiday next week.
make your mind up › to make a decision: [+ question word] I haven't made up my mind whether to go yet.
change your mind › to change a decision or opinion: We've changed our minds about selling the house.
come/spring to mind › If an idea comes to mind, it is the first thing you think of: I was thinking about who might be suitable for this job, and your name came to mind.
put your mind to sth › to give your full attention to something: You could win if you put your mind to it.
be out of your mind informal › to be crazy or very stupid: You must be out of your mind going running on a night like this!
be out of your mind with worry/grief, etc › to be very worried or upset → See also at/in the back of your mind → See also frame of mind → See also give sb a piece of your mind → See also a weight off your mind