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  1. mind

    • IPA[mʌɪnd]

    英式

    • n.
      the element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought;a person's mental processes contrasted with physical action
    • v.
      be distressed, annoyed, or worried by;object to
    • noun: mind, plural noun: minds

    • verb: mind, 3rd person present: minds, gerund or present participle: minding, past tense: minded, past participle: minded

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought:

      a lot of thoughts ran through my mind

    • 2. a person's mental processes contrasted with physical action:

      I wrote a letter in my mind

    • 3. a person's ability to think and reason; the intellect:

      his keen mind

    • 4. a person's memory:

      the company's name slips my mind

    • 5. a particular way of thinking, influenced by a person's profession or environment:

      he had a deep contempt for the bureaucratic mind

    • 6. a person identified with their intellectual faculties:

      he was one of the greatest minds of his time

    • 7. a person's attention:

      employees should keep their minds on the job

    • 8. a person's will or determination to achieve something:

      anyone can slim if they set their mind to it

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be distressed, annoyed, or worried by:

      I don't mind the rain

    • 2. object to:

      what does that mean, if you don't mind my asking?

      do you mind if I have a cigarette?

    • 3. be reluctant to do something:

      I don't mind admitting I was worried

    • 4. used to express one's strong enthusiasm for something:

      I wouldn't mind some coaching from him!

    • 5. regard as important; feel concern about:

      never mind the opinion polls

      why should she mind about a few snubs from people she disliked?

    • 6. used to urge someone to remember or take care to do something:

      mind you look after the children

    • 7. used to warn someone to avoid injury or an accident:

      mind your head on that cupboard!

      mind out—there's a step missing

    • 8. used to emphasize a command:

      be early to bed tonight, mind

    • 9. be careful about the quality or nature of:

      mind your manners!

    • 10. used to introduce a qualification to a previous statement:

      we've got some decorations up—not a lot, mind you

    • 11. pay attention to; obey:

      you think about how much Cal does for you, and you mind her, you hear?

    • 12. remember:

      I mind the time when he lost his false teeth

    • 13. take care of temporarily:

      we left our husbands to mind the children while we went out

    • 14. be inclined to do something:

      he was minded to reject the application

    • adj. inclined to think in a particular way:

    • liberal-minded scholars

      I'm not scientifically minded

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    • adj. inclined to think in a particular way:

    • liberal-minded scholars

      I'm not scientifically minded

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    • ph. used to urge someone not to worry

    • liberal-minded scholars

      I'm not scientifically minded

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    • ph. used to urge someone not to feel anxiety or distress

    • liberal-minded scholars

      I'm not scientifically minded

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    • adj. overwhelmingly impressive:

    • for a kid, Chicago was really mind-blowing

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    • adj. overwhelmingly impressive:

    • for a kid, Chicago was really mind-blowing

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    • n. a notional entity consisting of a large number of people who share their knowledge or opinions with one another, regarded as producing either uncritical conformity or collective intelligence:

    • he has become one of those celebrities whose online presence has made him a favourite of the Internet hive mind

      we appeal to the company hive mind when we're stuck

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    • n. a notional entity consisting of a large number of people who share their knowledge or opinions with one another, regarded as producing either uncritical conformity or collective intelligence:

    • he has become one of those celebrities whose online presence has made him a favorite of the Internet hive mind

      we appeal to the company hive mind when we're stuck

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    • IPA[mīnd]

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    • n.
      the element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought:
    • as the thoughts ran through his mind, he came to a conclusion

      people have the price they are prepared to pay settled in their minds

    • v.
      be distressed, annoyed, or worried by:
    • I don't mind the rain

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