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-mindedsuffix

uk   us   /-maɪn.dɪd/
having a particular character, interest, or way of thinking about things: She's very strong/independent-minded (= she has a very strong/independent character). I don't imagine that he's very politically minded (= interested in politics).
Translations of “-minded”
in Chinese (Traditional) 具有…頭腦的, 有…思想的, 對…有興趣的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 具有…头脑的, 有…思想的, 对…有兴趣的…
(Definition of -minded from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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