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From Middle English minde < Old English ġemynd (memory, remembrance, memorial, thought).

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Mind

Plural
Minds

Mind (plural Minds)
  1. The ability for rational thought.
    Despite advancing age, his mind was still as sharp as ever.
  2. The ability to be aware of things.
    There was no doubt in his mind that they would win.
  3. The ability to remember things.
    My mind just went blank.
  4. The ability to focus the thoughts.
    I can’t keep my mind on what I’m doing.
  5. Somebody that embodies certain mental qualities.
    He was one of history’s greatest minds.
  6. Judgment, opinion, or view.
    He changed his mind after hearing the speech.
  7. Desire, inclination, or intention.
    She had a mind to go to Paris.
    A mind to the madness.
  8. A healthy mental state.
    I, ______ being of sound mind and body, do hereby...
    You are losing your mind.
  9. Patrono:Philosophy The spirit of consciousness regarded as an aspect of reality.
    In the philosophy of mind, dualism is about the relationship between mind and matter.

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Infinitive
to Mind

Third person singular
Minds

Simple past
Minded

Past participle
Minded

Present participle
Minding

to Mind (third-person singular simple present Minds, present participle Minding, simple past and past participle Minded)
  1. To pay attention to.
    Mind the gap.
    Mind one’s manners.
    Mind you, she's very able.
  2. To care, to object, to have a contrary opinion.
    I don’t mind.
  3. To look after, to take care of.
    Would you mind my bag for me?
  4. To remember.

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mind

  1. me

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From mi (what)

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  • IPA: /ˈmind/

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Mind

  1. (formal) as well as
    mind a magánéletben, mind a munkában - both in private life and in work
  2. with everyone, all, together (usually of persons)
    Mind összegyűltek a ház előtt. - They all (together) gathered in front of the house.

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Mind

  1. all of them, everyone, each of them (grammatically singular)
    Milyenek a fogaid? - Nem jók, de még mind megvan. - How are your teeth? - Not well, but I still have all of them.
  2. accusative case of the same pronoun
    Mind megettem.- I ate all of it.

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Old English ġemynd.

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Mind (plural Minds)

Singular
Mind

Plural
Minds

  1. memory, recollection.
  2. mind.

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Patrono:Sco-verb

  1. To remember.
  2. To remind.
  3. To mind, care.

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