mindnoun [ C ]uk /maɪnd/ us /maɪnd/
Her mind was full of what had happened the night before, and she just wasn't concentrating. 她腦海裡滿是前一天晚上所發生的事情，根本無法集中精神。
I just said the first thing that came into my mind. 我只是想到甚麼就說甚麼。
all in the/your mind
bear/keep sth in mind
go over sth in your mind also turn sth over in your mind
- He's made up his mind, and nothing you can say will change his opinion on the issue.
- I know she's gone forever, but I just can't put her out of my mind.
- Her words kept running through my mind.
- If you change your mind about coming tonight, just give me a call.
- The events of last year are still fresh in people's minds .
mind verb (BE ANNOYED)
informal I wouldn't mind (= I would like) something to eat, if that's OK. 其實我不介意吃點東西。
Do you mind if I (= may I) put the TV on? 你介意我打開電視嗎？
[ + obj + -ing verb ] Do you mind me smoking? 我抽煙你介意嗎？
[ + question word ] I don't mind what you wear so long as it's not that awful pink shirt. 你穿甚麼我都不介意，只要不是那件難看的粉紅色襯衫就好了。
do you mind?
- Would you mind filling in a questionnaire about what you watch on television?
- Do you mind if I have the last chocolate?
- Do you mind if I ask you a personal question?
- "Do you mind if I smoke?" "Well, actually, I'd rather you didn't."
- I don't mind which colour we have - you decide.
mind verb (BE CAREFUL)
mind (out)! mainly UK
mind how you go mainly UK informal
- Mind you don't upset her.
- Mind they don't get in through the back door.
- Mind you always lock up carefully.
- Mind the dogs - they are quite wild.
- Mind out! You nearly drove over my flower bed.