the human spirit and power of reason as opposed to the body, the material word, etc.; the ability to think and reason, intellect; a person considered for their ability to think well
a person's way of thinking of feeling; thoughts; an intention
be careful of; pay close attention to
take care or charge of; look after
(often used with would, in requests, or in negative sentences) have a reason against or be opposed to (a particular thing); be troubled by or dislike
concentrate one's attention; be absorbed
"his mind wandered"
"I couldn't get his words out of my head"
"it came to mind"
"he was reluctant to make his judgment known"
"she changed her mind"
"the great minds of the 17th century"
"don't pay him any mind"
"he had in mind to see his old teacher"
"the idea of the game is to capture all the pieces"
"he reads to improve his mind"
"he has a keen intellect"
"I don't mind your behavior"
"She takes care of all the necessary arrangements"
"Heed the advice of the old men"
"Beware of telephone salesmen"
Hard to hold the difference in mind.
出自： Austin Clarke
Poets must flick in and out of mind As if we had no other kind Of knowing.
出自：Times Literary Supplement
Out of sight, out of mind.
There's not a bonie bird that sings, But minds me o' my Jean.
出自： R. Burns
They mind us of the time When we made bricks in Egypt.
This should always be borne in mind.
Yet there is an other point to be borne in mind.
但还有另外一点是应当记住的。 bear in mind that-clause
He didn't do the job very well, but you must bear in mind that he was ill at the time.
As generation gap exists, we must bear in mind that the younger people might not like that idea.
Please bear in mind that they are our enemy.
He has born in mind that you hurt him.
You must bear in mind that some of those plants are poisonous.
I know it happened, but I can't bring it to mind.
Now you mention it,I call the fact to mind.
The doctor urged the patient to dismiss all worries from her mind and take a good rest.
Even the lapse of many years will never erase the memory of that experience from my mind.
Try to erase all thoughts from your mind, so that you will feel at peace.
Nothing can erase the memory of that terrible day from her mind.
Keep the people in mind and place your hopes on them.
He was scared out of his mind, giving his first public performance.
“Sorry to have kept you waiting.”“Never mind.”
“Granny, quickly!”“Never mind, my boy, it won't take long.”
Never mind. Please don't go for it. I shan't want it.
Never mind, next time I'm sure you can do better.
Never mind! I can do this by myself.
I'm sorry I've spilt some tea on the table-cloth. —Never mind, it will wash out.
对不起,我把茶洒在桌布上了。 —— 没关系,洗得掉的。 never mind sb/sth
But never mind that; it doesn't matter.
Never mind him, he is not serious.
不要介意,他是说着玩的。 never mind wh-clause
Never mind who told me, that's of no importance.
Never mind what others said; we want your opinion.
Never mind what the price is; if it is what we need, we'll buy it.
Do you mind the smell of meat?
Would/Do you mind opening the window?
Do you mind if I smoke?
I don't mind what you do after you leave school.
There is something in his mind.
There is something on his mind.
He has made up his mind to go.
I cannot call to mind about your name.
He has now given/turned his mind to (studying) English literature.
We must mind (that) we don't hurt ourselves.
Never mind (about) the difference.
误 He is giving his mind to study English.
正 He is giving his mind to studying English.
析 give one's mind to表示“专心于…”,其中 to是介词,其后只能跟名词、代词或动名词,不能跟动词不定式。
误 In their minds, cheating at examinations is not something shameful.
正 To their minds, cheating at examinations is not something shameful.
析 表示“认为”,可用to one's mind,其中的to不能换为in。
误 There is nothing on his mind.
正 There is nothing in his mind.
误 There are too many problems in his mind.
正 There are too many problems on his mind.
析 在表示“(某人)无所用心”时,要用in one's mind; 在表示“心事重重”时要用on one's mind。
误 The news sent her almost off her mind.
正 The news sent her almost out of her mind.
误 He felt a great weight taken out of his mind.
正 He felt a great weight taken off his mind.
误 I cannot get this thing out of my mind.
正 I cannot get this thing off my mind.
析 习语 out of one's mind的意思是“神经错乱”; off one's mind 的意思是“不再搁在心上,如释重负”。
误 The news of his mother's death sent him almost out of mind.
正 The news of his mother's death sent him almost out of his mind.
误 Out of sight, out of your mind.
正 Out of sight, out of mind.
析 out of mind的意思是“忘怀”; out of one's mind的意思是“神经错乱”。
误 Would you mind to close the door for me?
正 Would you mind closing the door for me?
误 Do you mind if I call you later? —Yes.
正 Do you mind if I call you later? —No, not at all.
析 在回答Do you mind...?和Would you mind...?这类问题时,若要表达“不介意”用no; 表达“介意”,用yes。
误 Don't mind the weather; come and see me this evening.
正 Never mind the weather; come and see me this evening.
析 mind用于否定的祈使句中时,习惯上只可说“ Never mind...”,却不说“Don't mind...”。