mind noun translation to Mandarin Chinese: Cambridge Dict.

Translation of "mind" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary


noun [C]
the part of a person that makes it possible for a person to think, feel emotions and understand things
Her mind was full of what had happened the night before, and she just wasn't concentrating.
Of course I'm telling the truth - you've got such a suspicious mind!
I just said the first thing that came into my mind.
I'm not quite clear in my mind about what I'm doing.
Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysis
a very clever person
She was one of the most brilliant minds of the last century.
Intelligent people
all in the/your mind describes a problem that does not exist and is only imagined
His doctor tried to convince him that he wasn't really ill and that it was all in the mind.
True, real, false, and unreal
bear/keep sth in mind to remember a piece of information when you are making a decision or thinking about a matter
Bearing in mind how young she is, I thought she did really well.
Of course, repair work is expensive and you have to keep that in mind.
Remembering, reminding and reminders
go over sth in your mind ( also turn sth over in your mind) to think repeatedly about an event that has happened
She would go over the accident again and again in her mind, wishing that she could somehow have prevented it.
Remembering, reminding and remindersThinking and contemplating
Translations of “mind”
in Arabic عَقْل, ذِهْن…
in Korean 기억…
in Malaysian fikiran…
in French esprit, intelligence…
in Turkish beyin, akıl, zihin…
in Italian mente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頭腦, 大腦, 聰明人,有才智的人…
in Russian ум…
in Polish umysł, głowa…
in Vietnamese trí tuệ…
in Spanish mente, cabeza, cerebro…
in Portuguese mente…
in Thai จิตใจ, ความคิด, สติปัญญา…
in German der Verstand…
in Catalan ment…
in Japanese (意識、感情、記憶をつかさどる)心、精神…
in Indonesian pikiran…
(Definition of mind noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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