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Translation of "mind" - English-Turkish dictionary

mind

verb     /maɪnd/
BE ANNOYED [I, T]
B1 to be annoyed or worried by something önemsemek, alınmak, aldırmak, rahatsız olmak, sakıncalı bulmak Do you think he'd mind if I borrowed his book? [+ doing sth] Tim won't mind lending you his car. He doesn't seem to mind doing all the driving. I don't mind taking her (= I am willing to take her) if you're too busy.Anxious and worriedAngry and displeasedBad-tempered
LOOK AFTER [T]
to look after someone or something bakmak, göz kulak olmak, ilgilenmek Who's minding the baby?Duty, obligation and responsibility
do you mind/would you mind
A2 something you say when politely asking someone to do something (birinden bir şeyi nazikçe yapmasını isterken) '...mahsuru var mı?', 'Ne dersiniz?' '...a/ebilir miydiniz?' Do you mind not smoking in here, please? Would you mind if I borrowed your phone?Polite expressions
BE CAREFUL [T]
B1 something you say when telling someone to be careful with something dangerous (birine uyarıda bulunurken) 'Dikkat et!' Mind the iron - it's still very hot!Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
never mind
A2 something that you say to tell someone that something is not important 'Aldırma!', 'Zararı yok!', 'Önemi yok!', 'Üzülme!', 'Sağlık olsun!' "I forgot to bring any money." "Never mind, you can pay me next week."Neglecting and ignoringNot paying attentionTreating as unimportantOf little or less importancePolite expressions
something you say to emphasize that something is impossible 'Hele o, mümkün değil!', 'Asla olamaz!' I can't afford to buy a bike, never mind a car!Impossible and improbable
mind you
something you say before saying the opposite of what you have just said (daha fazla bilgi vermek ve bir noktaya dikkat çekmek için) bununla beraber, ama (unutulmasın ki) We had a lovely holiday in France. Mind you, the weather was appalling.Connecting words which express a contrast
(Definition of mind verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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