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mind

mind

 
 
pronunciation:
maInd
parts of speech:
noun, verb
phrases:
make up one's mind
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: the part of a person that thinks, understands, remembers, directs, and feels.
My mind is full of names and dates from history class.
synonyms:
intellect, intelligence, reason, thought
similar words:
apprehension, brain, comprehension, consciousness, head, intention, judgment, perception, psychology, sense, understanding, wit
definition 2: memory or awareness.
Please keep Arnie's request in mind.
synonyms:
awareness, consciousness, memory
similar words:
attention, recall, record, review
definition 3: desire or opinion.
I have a mind to travel.
synonyms:
desire, fancy, hankering, hope, want, yen
similar words:
impulse, inclination, longing, lust, need, urge
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: minded, minding, minds
definition 1: to take care of.
Are you minding the children?
synonyms:
attend, look after, tend, watch
similar words:
defend, foster, guard, maintain, preserve, protect, safeguard, shield, support
definition 2: to not like or object to.
I don't mind your coming with me.
synonyms:
dislike, object to
similar words:
despise, detest, hate, loathe
definition 3: to pay attention to and obey.
Children should mind their parents and teachers.
synonyms:
abide by, heed, obey
similar words:
accept, agree with, conform to, follow, mark, observe
phrase: make up one's mind
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