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To object to
“I did not mind that his speech was long, but I did mind that he was incredibly repetitious.”
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To take care of temporarily
“He motioned for his apprentice to mind the front as he disappeared into the back.”
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To be cautious and alert to risks or dangers
“Drive carefully and mind the potholes on this bumpy stretch of the road.”
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To pay attention to
“Always mind what your mother taught you.”
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To urge to remember or take care to do something
Mind you look where she ended up!”
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(chiefly dialect) To remember or bring back to mind
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“I seem to mind a beck skipping down from the fells.”
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(clausal, followed by for or about) To place an emphasis of concern, interest or importance on someone or something
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To recognize and abide by
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To be told or informed about something
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To hear with attention, obedience, or compliance
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(something) To take into account before making a judgment call
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To be mindful or aware of something
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To direct, handle, control, or be in charge of
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To think about thoughtfully
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To keep from harm, or to ensure the safety of
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To have an intention to do something
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To express one's opposition to or disagreement with something
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To hold or have a negative opinion of
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To pay attention to, or focus on, something closely
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To give reluctantly, resentfully or sparingly
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To see or notice
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To be offended by (misinterpreting) something that is said
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To keep in one's memory
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(informal) To like, enjoy or appreciate something
Noun
Plural for the brain and (by extension) its ability for rational thought
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“My body was fit, my mind was sharp, and there was nothing that could stop me from achieving my goals.”
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Plural for a sound mental state
“The strong medication has had a severe affect on his mind.”
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Plural for a particular way of thinking, influenced by a person's profession or environment
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“Everyone in the room was of the same mind as to what had to be done.”
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Plural for a person's temperament, especially seen in terms of being angry or calm
“Thus by the simple use of a calm mind, a quieting manner, and a fearless spirit, the woman performed a wonderful scientific experiment with marked and extraordinary success.”
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Plural for a person's attention
“I defy the most charismatic cook to keep his mind on the job while three elephants are yoo-hooing over his shoulder.”
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Plural for a person's memory
“That wonderful experience will remain in my mind for the rest of my days.”
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Plural for a person identified with their intellectual faculties
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“He was a great mind of his time who unsurprisingly attracted the attention of the King.”
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Plural for a desire or inclination that occupies one's thoughts
“I have a mind to travel beyond the distant haze to crowded and grungy cities.”
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Plural for the human soul, mind, or spirit
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Plural for a liking or desire for something
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Plural for an attitude or opinion, especially a habitual one
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Plural for a natural skill or talent
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Plural for a humanitarian treatment or consideration for others
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Plural for courage or enthusiasm, especially in the face of adversity
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Plural for the power to act without the constraint of necessity or fate
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Plural for the character or fundamental values of a person, people, culture, or movement
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