Definitions for Mindmaɪnd
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the element, part, or process in a human or other conscious being that reasons, thinks, feels, wills, perceives, judges, etc.
Psychol. the totality of conscious and unconscious mental processes and activities.
intellect or understanding, esp. as distinguished from the emotions and will; intelligence.
a person considered with reference to intellectual power:
the great minds of the day.
intellectual power or ability.
reason, sanity, or sound mental condition:
to lose one's mind.
a way of thinking and feeling; disposition; temper:
a liberal mind.
opinion, view, or sentiments:
to change one's mind.
inclination, intention, or desire:
to be of a mind to listen.
remembrance or recollection; memory:
to call to mind; The party put me in mind of my college days.
psychic or spiritual being, as opposed to matter.
a conscious or intelligent agency or being: an awareness of a mind ordering the universe.
He can't keep his mind on his studies.
Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. notice; attention:
When he's like that, just pay him no mind.
Rom. Cath. Ch. a commemoration of a person's death, esp. by a Requiem Mass.
(cap.) Christian Science. God; the incorporeal source of life, substance, and intelligence.
(v.t.)to pay attention to.
to heed or obey (a person, advice, instructions, etc.).
to attend to:
to mind one's own business.
to look after; tend:
to mind the baby.
to be careful, cautious, or wary about:
Mind what you say.
to feel concern at; care about.
to feel disturbed or inconvenienced by; object to:
I hope you don't mind the interruption.
to regard as concerning oneself or as mattering:
Don't mind his bluntness.
Dial. to perceive or notice. to remember. to remind.
Category: Status (usage)
(v.i.)to pay attention.
to take notice, observe, or understand (used chiefly in the imperative):
Mind now, I want you home by twelve.
to be careful or wary.
to care, feel concern, or object (often used in negative or interrogative constructions):
Mind if I go?
to regard a thing as concerning oneself or as mattering:
You mustn't mind about their gossiping.
Idioms for mind:
back of one's mind,one's memory or recollection.
be of one mind, to share an intent or opinion.
be of two minds, to be ambivalent.
out of one's mind, insane; mad. emotionally overwhelmed; frantic:
out of my mind with worry.
* Syn: mind , intellect , brain refer to that part of a conscious being that thinks, feels, wills, perceives, or judges. mind is a philosophical, psychological, and general term for the center of all mental activity, as contrasted with the body and the spirit: His mind grasped the complex issue.intellect refers to reasoning power, as distinguished from the faculties of feeling: a book that appeals to the intellect, rather than the emotions.brain is a physiological term for the organic structure that makes mental activity possible, but is often applied to mental ability or capacity: a fertile brain. These words may also refer to a person of great mental ability or capacity: a great mind of our age; a fine scholar and intellect; the brain in the family.
Origin of mind:
bef. 900; ME mynd(e), aph. var. of imynd, OE gemynd memory, mind, c. OHG gimunt recollection, Go gamunds memory
mind, head, brain, psyche, nous(noun)
that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason
"his mind wandered"; "I couldn't get his words out of my head"
recall or remembrance
"it came to mind"
judgment, judgement, mind(noun)
an opinion formed by judging something
"he was reluctant to make his judgment known"; "she changed her mind"
thinker, creative thinker, mind(noun)
an important intellectual
"the great minds of the 17th century"
"don't pay him any mind"
your intention; what you intend to do
"he had in mind to see his old teacher"; "the idea of the game is to capture all the pieces"
knowledge and intellectual ability
"he reads to improve his mind"; "he has a keen intellect"
be offended or bothered by; take offense with, be bothered by
"I don't mind your behavior"
be concerned with or about something or somebody
take care, mind(verb)
be in charge of or deal with
"She takes care of all the necessary arrangements"
heed, mind, listen(verb)
pay close attention to; give heed to
"Heed the advice of the old men"
be on one's guard; be cautious or wary about; be alert to
"Beware of telephone salesmen"
mind, bear in mind(verb)
keep in mind
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
the part of you that has thoughts and knows or remembers things
the thoughts that were running through his mind; There was no doubt in my mind that he was telling the truth.
indicates sb is thinking about sth
I've had a lot on my mind recently.
indicates what sb is paying attention to
Sorry, my mind was on other things.; Keep your mind on your driving.
the way sb's mind is thinking or the mood sb is in
in a calm/irrational/confused etc. state of mind
sb is unable to remember or think of sth
I sat down to start writing and my mind went completely blank.
sb's ability to think
a person with a brilliant/creative/evil etc. mind
sb who is very intelligent
one of the greatest minds of our generation
to alter a decision or the way you think
I was going to buy the red one, but I changed my mind.
indicates sb quickly thinks sth
It crossed my mind that she was hoping I would fail.
to criticize sb angrily
I'll give her a piece of my mind if she tries that again.
to be an independent thinker
a young man with a mind of his own
to know exactly who or what you think is best
This is not the kind of music we had in mind.
in your mind but not often thought about
In the back of my mind, I knew I'd have to talk to her about it.
to think about or remember
I'm here to help - keep that in mind if you have any problems.
to make a choice or decision
I can't make up my mind - I like them both.
willing to think about other opinions or possibilities
Try to keep an open mind as you make your decision.
indicates sb forgot sth
Sorry, it completely slipped my mind.
to feel angry or unhappy about sth
She went to the party without me, but I don't mind.; Do you mind being the last one?; Dad won't mind if we borrow the car.
to be careful of sth
Mind the hole in the road.
to take care of sth for a while
a friend minding the baby
used to ask politely to do or have sth
Do you mind if I look at your newspaper?
used to say politely that you would like sth
I wouldn't mind a little something to eat.
used to say that sb should not involve themselves in other's private matters
I wish people would just mind their own business.
used to ask for sth politely
Would you mind helping me with this?
The ability for rational thought.
Despite advancing age, his mind was still as sharp as ever.
The ability to be aware of things.
There was no doubt in his mind that they would win.
The ability to remember things.
My mind just went blank.
The ability to focus the thoughts.
I canu2019t keep my mind on what Iu2019m doing.
Somebody that embodies certain mental qualities.
He was one of historyu2019s greatest minds.
Judgment, opinion, or view.
He changed his mind after hearing the speech.
Desire, inclination, or intention.
A healthy mental state.
The non-material substance or set of processes in which consciousness, feeling, thinking, and will are based.
To concern oneself with, to pay attention to.
You should mind your own business.
To dislike, to object to; to be bothered by.
I wouldn't mind an ice cream right now.
To pay attention to; to listen attentively to, to obey.
To look after, to take care of, especially for a short period of time.
Would you mind my bag for me?
To make sure, to take care (that).
Mind you don't knock that glass over.
To be careful about.
the intellectual or rational faculty in man; the understanding; the intellect; the power that conceives, judges, or reasons; also, the entire spiritual nature; the soul; -- often in distinction from the body
the state, at any given time, of the faculties of thinking, willing, choosing, and the like; psychical activity or state; as: (a) Opinion; judgment; belief
choice; inclination; liking; intent; will
memory; remembrance; recollection; as, to have or keep in mind, to call to mind, to put in mind, etc
to fix the mind or thoughts on; to regard with attention; to treat as of consequence; to consider; to heed; to mark; to note
to occupy one's self with; to employ one's self about; to attend to; as, to mind one's business
to obey; as, to mind parents; the dog minds his master
to have in mind; to purpose
to put in mind; to remind
to give attention or heed; to obey; as, the dog minds well
The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz
No matter. MATTER Never mind.
Translations for Mind
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
to look after or supervise (eg a child)
mind the baby.
- kyk, oppasAfrikaans
- يَرْعى، يَعْتَنيArabic
- tomar contaPortuguese (BR)
- dávat pozor naCzech
- se efter; holdeøje medDanish
- προσέχω, επιβλέπωGreek
- hoolt kandmaEstonian
- نگهدارى کردنFarsi
- आपत्ति होना करनाHindi
- paziti naCroatian
- vigyáz, felügyel (gyerekre)Hungarian
- gæta, líta eftirIcelandic
- badare aItalian
- rūpintis, prižiūrėtiLithuanian
- pieskatīt; rūpētiesLatvian
- zorgen voorDutch
- passe (på), ta seg av, se etterNorwegian
- نگهدارى کردنPersian
- tomar contaPortuguese
- a avea grijă deRomanian
- dávať pozor (na)Slovak
- paziti na kajSlovenian
- voditi računa oSerbian
- se efter, passaSwedish
- 留意Chinese (Trad.)
- خیال رکھناUrdu
- chăm nomVietnamese
- 照看Chinese (Simp.)
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