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mind  

EN[maɪnd]
US
Fesprit WEsprit
  • L'esprit est l'ensemble des phénomènes et facultés mentales : perception, affectivité, intuition,
  • Dans de nombreuses traditions religieuses,
  • En métaphysique et dans les religions,
  • Par extension se dit aussi de tous les êtres immatériels supposés doués d'intelligence : Dieu,
mind
  • NomPLminds
    1. The ability for rational thought.
      1. Despite advancing age, his mind was still as sharp as ever. ‎
    2. The ability to be aware of things.
      1. There was no doubt in his mind that they would win. ‎
    3. The ability to remember things.
      1. My mind just went blank. ‎
    4. The ability to focus the thoughts.
      1. I can’t keep my mind on what I’m doing. ‎
    5. Somebody that embodies certain mental qualities.
      1. He was one of history’s greatest minds. ‎
    6. Judgment, opinion, or view.
      1. He changed his mind after hearing the speech. ‎
    7. Desire, inclination, or intention.
      1. She had a mind to go to Paris.;  a mind to the madness
    8. A healthy mental state.
      1. I, ______ being of sound mind and body, do hereby  [ …] ‎
      2. You are losing your mind. ‎
    9. (philosophy) The non-material substance or set of processes in which consciousness, perception, affectivity, judgement, thinking, and will are based.
      1. The mind is a process of the brain. ‎
  • VerbeSGmindsPRmindingPT, PPminded
    1. (now regional) To remember.
      1. (now rare except in phrases) To concern oneself with, to pay attention to.
        1. You should mind your own business.
      2. (originally and chiefly in negative or interrogative constructions) To dislike, to object to; to be bothered by.
        1. I wouldn't mind an ice cream right now.
      3. (now chiefly Canada, US, Ireland) To pay attention to; to listen attentively to, to obey.
        1. To pay attention to (something); to keep one's mind on.
          1. To look after, to take care of, especially for a short period of time.
            1. Would you mind my bag for me?
          2. (chiefly in the imperative) To make sure, to take care (that).
            1. Mind you don't knock that glass over.
          3. To be careful about.
            1. OBS To have in mind; to intend.
              1. OBS To put in mind; to remind.
              2. Plus d'exemples
                1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
                  • I expect to find her on her return sprung into full possession & exercise of faculties of mind and I trust heart, hitherto undreamt of by any of us, & only drempt of by herself.
                  • That is the fourth time this week my neighbor's barking dog has woken me up. I'm going to go give her a piece of my mind about it.
                  • When we go to visit, do remember to mind your ps and qs, children — we don't want another incident like last time.
                2. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
                  • For many people, gazpacho is the first and last summer soup that comes to mind.
                  • You're a fool. — What did you call me? — Never mind.
                  • But is there some vaguely uncivilisable aspect of the Middle Eastern mind?

              Meaning of mind for the defined word.

              Grammaticalement, ce mot "mind" est un nom, plus spécifiquement, un noms dénombrable. C'est aussi un verbe.
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                  Liens Connexes:
                  1. en minds
                  2. en mindful
                  3. en mindless
                  4. en minder
                  5. en mind-boggling
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