Translation of "mind" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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mindnoun [ C ]

uk /maɪnd/ us /maɪnd/

B1 the part of a person that makes it possible for him or her to think, feel emotions, and understand things

頭腦;大腦
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。
Of course I'm telling the truth - you have such a suspicious mind! 我當然是在說實話——你太疑神疑鬼了!
I just said the first thing that came into my mind. 我只是想到甚麼就說甚麼。
I'm not quite clear in my mind about what I'm doing. 我沒太意識到自己在做甚麼。

a very intelligent person

聰明人,有才智的人
She was one of the most brilliant minds of the last century. 她是上世紀才智最為出眾的人物之一。
all in the/your mind

If a problem is all in the mind, it does not exist and is only imagined.

全是心理作用的;只是憑空想像的
His doctor tried to convince him that he wasn't really ill and that it was all in his mind. 醫生努力想讓他相信他其實沒有生病,只是心理作用罷了。
bear/keep sth in mind

B2 to remember a piece of information when you are making a decision or thinking about a matter

記住
Bearing in mind how young she is, I thought she did really well. 別忘了她年紀是那麼小,我認為她做得很棒了。
Of course, repair work is expensive and you have to keep that in mind. 當然,維修費很昂貴,你必須記住這一點。
go over sth in your mind also turn sth over in your mind

to think repeatedly about an event that has happened

反覆思考
She kept going over the accident again and again in her mind, wishing that she could somehow have prevented it. 她不斷地想起那次意外,希望當時要是能做點甚麼來避免就好了。

More examples

  • 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 .

mindverb

uk /maɪnd/ us /maɪnd/

mind verb (BE ANNOYED)

A2 [ I or T ] (used in questions and negatives) to be annoyed or worried by something

(用於疑問句和否定句)介意,反對
Do you think he'd mind if I borrowed his book? 你認為他會介意我借他的書嗎?
[ + -ing verb ] I don't mind having a dog in the house so long as it's clean. 我不反對房裡有隻狗,只要牠乾淨就行了。
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。
Would you mind turning (= please turn) your radio down a little please? 請你將收音機的聲音調小一些好嗎?
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。
I'd rather stay in tonight, if you don't mind. 如果你不反對,今晚我寧願呆在家中。
mainly UK "Would you like tea or coffee?" "I don't mind - either." 「你喝茶還是咖啡?」「隨便──都可以。」
do you mind?

said to someone when you feel annoyed with that person for what they have just done or said

(對某人的言行表示惱火)你怎麼回事?你別這樣好不好?
Do you mind? That's my seat you're sitting on! 你怎麼回事?你坐了我的座位!

More examples

  • 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)

B1 [ T ] mainly UK to be careful of, or give attention to something

小心,當心;注意
[ + (that) ] Mind that box - the bottom isn't very strong. 小心那個盒子——盒底不是很牢固。
Mind (that) you don't bang your head on the shelf when you stand up. 站起來時小心頭別撞到架子上。
Mind (= make certain that) you take enough money with you. 確保一定要帶上足夠的錢。
old-fashioned Mind your language (= don't use swear words), young lady! 注意你的措辭,小姐!
mind (out)! mainly UK

used to tell someone to move or be careful, or to warn someone of danger

當心!
Mind out! We're coming through with the stretcher. 當心!我們正抬著擔架走過來。
"Hey, mind!" he said when she trod on his foot. 當她踩到他的腳時,他說:「嘿,小心點!」
Mind out for falling rocks on this part of the trail. 走這段小路時要當心落石。
mind how you go mainly UK informal

said when you say goodbye to someone, meaning "take care"

(道別用語)您慢走,您走好

More examples

  • 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.

mind verb (TAKE CARE OF)

[ T ] UK or old-fashioned US to take care of someone or something

照料,照顧;看管
She asked me if I'd mind the children for an hour while she went shopping. 她問我她去買東西時我能否照顧孩子一個小時。
Could you mind my bag for a moment while I go to the toilet? 我去洗手間時你能看管一下我的袋子嗎?

(Translation of “mind” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)