If you don’t think that mind is a wonderful thing to waste, then you must read these 10 expressions with “mind”.
Bear/keep in mind
Meaning: remember, don’t forget.
Ex: Keep in mind that I’m not helping you any longer. So, from now on, you’re on your own!
Be in two minds
Meaning: unable to decide.
Ex: I’m in two minds about the job offer, though.
Meaning: willing to consider different ideas.
Ex: You can talk to me about anything. I’m an open-minded person.
Bring to mind
Meaning: make you remember something.
Ex: When I look at this photo, it brings to mind some happy memories.
Change your mind
Meaning: make a new decision about something.
Ex: I planned to go fishing but I changed my mind when I heard the weather forecast.
Cross/pass your mind
Meaning: suddenly occur as a thought.
Ex: I’ve almost forgotten about Jane but she crossed my mind today.
Lose your mind
Meaning: go mad
Ex: You must remember where you parked your car because your wife may think that you’ve lost your mind.
Make up your mind
Meaning: make a decision
Ex: I can’t make up my mind whether to go on holiday to Greece or Italy.
My mind went blank
Meaning: suddenly forget everything.
Ex: The teacher asked me a question but my mind went blank, and I couldn’t remember anything.
Peace of mind
Meaning: state of calmness, carefree.
Ex: Peace of mind is more valuable than all the money in the world.
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