mind

maɪnd

Перевод:

Noun: ум разум внимание взгляд
Verb: возражать иметь в виду обращать внимание заботиться

Фразы:

the great minds of the 17th century - величайшие умы 17-го века

to give smb. a bit of one's mind - высказаться напрямик, откровенно

to call to mind / memory - припомнить, вспомнить

mind of great capacity - всеобъемлющий ум

a mind of philosophic cast - философский склад ума

to change one's mind - передумать, изменить решение

the constitution of one's mind - склад ума

to content one's mind - довольствоваться, удовлетвориться

cultivation of mind - развитие ума

to my mind - по моему мнению

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Примеры:

I don't mind where we go. - Мне без разницы, куда мы идём.

Keep that in mind. - Имейте это в виду.

She changed her mind. - Она изменила своё мнение. / Она передумала.

I don't mind your behavior. - Я ничего не имею против вашего поведения.

Mind you don't fall. - Смотри не упади.

He reads to improve his mind. - Он читает, чтобы развить свой интеллект.

Mind that bike, James! - Берегись мотоцикла, Джеймс!

Do you mind if I smoke? - Вы не против, если я закурю?

Mind your manners. - Следите за своими манерами. / Веди себя нормально.

Mind your parents. - Слушай своих родителей.

I don't mind if you go. - Я не против, если ты пойдёшь.

I really don't mind. - Мне в общем-то без разницы.

Please mind the fire. - Пожалуйста, последите за камином.

Mind I'm in it. - Помни, я в деле.

Mind you're not late. - Смотрите не опоздайте.

Oh, well, never mind. - Ладно, неважно /проехали/.

She spoke her mind. - Она высказала своё мнение.

I don't mind it a bit. - Нет, нисколько не возражаю.

Mind your headthe ceiling's a bit low. - Берегите голову (не ударьтесь): потолок здесь низковат.

I mind cold more than heat. - Я переношу холод хуже, чем жару.

Mind what you're about! - Будьте внимательны!

Mind you finish it. - Не забудь это закончить.

Will you mind my bag while I buy my ticket? - Вы не присмотрите за моей сумкой, пока я покупаю билет?

It's slippery, so mind where you're walking. - Тут скользко, так что смотри под ноги.

'Do you want to go out now or later?' 'I don't really mind.' - — Ты хочешь ехать прямо сейчас или попозже? — Мне в общем-то всё равно.

His mind was a muddle. - У него была путаница в голове.

This boggles the mind! - Это уму непостижимо!

Fear clogged her mind. - Страх парализовал её рассудок.

Her mind ferments. - Её разум взбудоражен.

His mind deteriorated - Его разум пошатнулся. (он стал терять разум)

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Связанные термины:

mind game: an action or statement intended to undermine or mislead someone else, often to gain advantage for oneself

Mind Map: a diagrammatic method of representing ideas, with related concepts arranged around a core concept

mind out: to be careful or pay attention

mind-set: the ideas and attitudes with which a person approaches a situation, esp when these are seen as being difficult to alter

mind you: an expression qualifying a previous statement

mind-bender: something that is complex or very difficult to understand

mind games: actions or statements intended to undermine or mislead someone else, often to gain advantage for oneself

mind reader: a person seemingly able to discern the thoughts of another

mind sport: any of various competitive games based on intellectual capability, such as chess or bridge

mind (you): You use mind you to emphasize a piece of information that you are adding, especially when the new information explains what you have said or contrasts with it. Some people use mind in a similar way .

never mind: You say never mind when you are emphasizing that something is not serious or important, especially when someone is upset about it or is saying sorry to you.

mind-altering: A mind-altering drug is one that produces mood changes in the person who has taken it.

mind-bending: If you describe something as mind-bending, you mean that it is difficult to understand or think about.

mind-blowing: If you describe something as mind-blowing, you mean that it is extremely impressive or surprising .

mind-boggling: If you say that something is mind-boggling, you mean that it is so large, complicated, or extreme that it is very hard to imagine .

mind-numbing: If you describe an event or experience as mind-numbing, you mean that it is so bad, boring, or great in extent that you are unable to think about it clearly .

mind reading: a person seemingly able to discern the thoughts of another

mind's eye: the visual memory or the imagination

month's mind: a Mass celebrated in remembrance of a person one month after his or her death

to my mind: You say or write to my mind to indicate that the statement you are making is your own opinion .

an open mind: If you have an open mind, you avoid forming an opinion or making a decision until you know all the facts .

bear in mind: to remember

call to mind: to remember or cause to be remembered

have in mind: to remember

I don't mind: If you are offered something or offered a choice and you say ' I don't mind ', you are saying politely that you will be happy with any of the things offered.

in the mind: If you say that something such as an illness is all in the mind, you mean that it relates to someone's feelings or attitude, rather than having any physical cause.

mind-expanding: (of a drug such as LSD ) causing a sensation of heightened consciousness; psychedelic

on your mind: If something is on your mind, you are worried or concerned about it and think about it a lot .

put in mind: to remind

turn of mind: If someone is of a particular turn of mind, they have that kind of mind or character.

blow your mind: to be extremely exciting, surprising or interesting

don't mind me: You say ' Don't mind me ' to apologize for your presence when you think that it might embarrass someone, and to tell them to carry on with what they were doing or about to do.

frame of mind: Your frame of mind is the mood that you are in, which causes you to have a particular attitude to something.

habit of mind: If someone has a particular habit of mind, they usually think in that particular way.

mind the store: to tend to business

never mind sth: You use never mind after a statement, often a negative one, to indicate that the statement is even more true of the person, thing, or situation that you are going to mention next .

never you mind: You use never you mind to tell someone not to ask about something because it is not their concern or they should not know about it.

on one's mind: in one's thoughts

peace of mind: If something gives you peace of mind, it stops you from worrying about a particular problem or difficulty .

slip your mind: If something slips your mind, you forget about it.

state of mind: Your state of mind is your mood or mental state at a particular time.

to one's mind: in one's opinion

absence of mind: distraction ; forgetfulness

attitude of mind: Your attitude of mind is your general way of thinking and feeling .

be of one mind: to have the same opinion or desire

change one's mind: to alter one's decision or opinion

cross one's mind: to occur to one briefly or suddenly

cross your mind: if a thought crosses your mind, you suddenly think of it

mind-body problem: the traditional philosophical problem concerning the nature of mind, body, and the relationship between them

mind how you go: Some people say ' Mind how you go ' when they are saying goodbye to someone who is leaving .

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Однокоренные слова:

minded - расположенный, готовый
minder - человек, заботящийся о ком-л.
mindful - внимательный, заботливый, помнящий
mindless - бессмысленный, глупый, не думающий, не считающийся
remind - напоминать

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