mind in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અ ભિપ્રાય ⇄ mind gujarati
- ઉપર ધ્યાન આપવુ ⇄ mind gujarati
- ચિત્ત ⇄ mind gujarati
- ને હરકત – વાંધો – હોવો ⇄ mind gujarati
- બુદ્ધિસામથ્ર્ય ⇄ mind gujarati
- બૌદ્ધિક શક્તિઓ ⇄ mind gujarati
- મત. ધ ્યાનમાં – યાદ રાખવું ⇄ mind gujarati
- મન ⇄ mind gujarati
- માનસ ⇄ mind gujarati
- સંભાળવું ⇄ mind gujarati
- સ્મૃતિ ⇄ mind gujarati
- – નો હવાલો સંભાળવો ⇄ mind gujarati
mind in Hindi हिन्दी
mind in Kashmiri कॉशुर
- حَرجہٕ آسُن ⇄ mind kashmiri
- دٮ۪ماغ ⇄ mind kashmiri
- دٮ۪ماغ،عَقٕل ⇄ mind kashmiri
- ذِہٮ۪ن ⇄ mind kashmiri
- زَبان سَمبالٕنۍ ⇄ mind kashmiri
- عَقٕل مَنٛد،دٲنِشوَر ⇄ mind kashmiri
mind in Malayalam മലയാളം
mind in English
- mind ⇄ expr. be of one (or a) mind, to have the same opinion; agree.
Ex. Why should we quarrel when we are both of one mind?english
- mind ⇄ expr. bear in mind, to keep one's attention on; remember.
Ex. He promised to bear the subject in mind (Macaulay).english
- mind ⇄ expr. blow one's mind, (Slang.)
a. to experience or cause to have drug-induced hallucinations.
Ex. He regularly turned on with marijuana or blew his mind with LSD (New York Times). In one episode, some hippies offer him coffee and ""blow hisenglish
- mind ⇄ expr. bring (or call) to mind,
a. to recall.
Ex. This brings to mind a story.
b. to remember.
Ex. I cannot call it to mind.english
- mind ⇄ expr. change one's mind,
a. to alter one's purpose.
Ex. Her first impulse was to change her mind and not go after all (Francis M. Crawford).
b. to alter one's way of thinking, opinion, or attitude.
Ex. I have lived to change myenglish
- mind ⇄ expr. cross one's mind, to occur to one; come into one's thoughts suddenly.
Ex. Such an idea never crossed ... our minds (Thomas Medwin).english
- mind ⇄ expr. have a mind of one's own, to have definite or decided opinions, inclinations, or purposes.
Ex. He has a mind of his own and will not be persuaded by what others think.english
- mind ⇄ expr. have a mind to, to intend to; think of doing.
Ex. He thought that he could do as he had a mind to with his own books.english
- mind ⇄ expr. have half a mind to, to be somewhat inclined to; have some desire to.
Ex. I have half a mind to go.english
- mind ⇄ expr. have in mind,
a. to remember.
Ex. Others forgot her, but he still had her in mind.
b. to take into account; think of; consider.
Ex. We should have in mind the benefits of the journey as well as the difficulties we might enenglish
- mind ⇄ expr. in two (many, several, etc.) minds, vacillating between two (many, several, etc.) intentions.
Ex. I was in several minds how to dress myself on the important day (Charles Dickens).english
- mind ⇄ expr. keep in mind, to remember.
Ex. Keep the rules in mind. It was hard to deal realistically with the immediate situation and yet keep in mind the ultimate goal (Edmund Wilson).english
- mind ⇄ expr. know one's own mind, to know what one really thinks, intends, or wishes.
Ex. They are both very young and may not know their own minds (Henry Kingsley).english
- mind ⇄ expr. make up one's mind, to decide; resolve.
Ex. I made up my mind to study harder and get better grades. We had all quietly made up our minds to treat him like one of ourselves (Robert Louis Stevenson).english
- mind ⇄ expr. mind one's p's and q's. See under P. english
- mind ⇄ expr. never mind,
a. don't let it trouble you; it does not matter.
Ex. Never mind, Mother, I'll buy the dress myself.
b. (Informal.) not to speak of; let alone.
Ex. New York politics are confusing enough to New Yorkers, never mienglish
- mind ⇄ expr. of two (many, etc.) minds, vacillating between two (many, etc.) intentions.
Ex. The half-hearted way MacDonald tells the story makes one wonder whether he wasn't of two minds about its chilling outcome (New Yorker).english
- mind ⇄ expr. on one's mind, in one's mind; in one's thoughts; troubling one.
Ex. My aunt has something of importance on her mind.english
- mind ⇄ expr. out of one's mind, crazy; insane.
Ex. On my first hunt, I thought I'd go out of my mind through fear (Norman Elder). A lot of people ... think that anyone who likes to see three or more movies a week has to be clean out of his mind (Maclean'senglish
- mind ⇄ expr. pass out of mind, to be forgotten.
Ex. When they are out of sight, they soon pass out of mind.english
- mind ⇄ expr. pay no mind, (Dialect.) to pay no attention to; ignore.
Ex. Pay his insults no mind!english
- mind ⇄ expr. piece of one's mind. See under piece. english
- mind ⇄ expr. put one in mind of, to remind one of.
Ex. Your joke puts me in mind of a joke my uncle told me. Many of Mr. Rutherford's contributors do somehow put one in mind of a gang of beachcombers making the best of what a storm has washed ashore (Danenglish
- mind ⇄ expr. put one's mind to, to want very much; be strongly inclined to.
Ex. It is a pity he has not written the book ... he could have written had he put his mind to it (Hans J. Morgenthau).english
- mind ⇄ expr. put out of one's mind, to avoid thinking about.
Ex. Resolutely, I put the $500 out of my mind (Meyer Levin).english
- mind ⇄ expr. set one's mind on, to want very much.
Ex. He set his mind on becoming a great lawyer.english
- mind ⇄ expr. speak one's mind, to give one's frank opinion; speak plainly or freely.
Ex. Speak your mind freely. Give me leave to speak my mind (Shakespeare).english
- mind ⇄ expr. take one's mind off, to distract one's attention from; divert from (something unpleasant).
Ex. The music took his mind off his troubles.english
- mind ⇄ expr. to one's mind,
a. to one's way of thinking; in one's opinion.
Ex. To my mind, he is very rude.
b. according to one's wishes or whims.
Ex. It was ... some time before we could get a ship to our minds (Daniel Defoe).english
- mind ⇄ mind (1), noun, verb. english
- mind ⇄ mind (2), noun.
(Archaeology.) a diadem or crescent-shaped ornament found in Ireland.english
- mind ⇄ noun 1. the part of a person that knows and thinks and feels and wishes and chooses.
Ex. the powers or processes of the mind, an anxious state of mind, peace of mind.
2. the intellect or understanding; mental ability; intelligence.
- mind ⇄ v.i. 1. to take notice; observe.
Ex. Now mind, these are not my ideas.
2. to be obedient.
Ex. to train a dog to mind.
3. to be careful.
Ex. If you don't mind, you'll get hurt.
4. to feel concern; care; object.
Ex. Mind my words! Mind you, it is clear that, as always, Stratford has not forgotten its summer audience (Canadian Saturday Night).
2. to be careful concerning.
Ex. Mind the step. Mind that you c