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mind 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/mīnd/,
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minds, plural;
  1. Be distressed, annoyed, or worried by
    • - I don't mind the rain
  2. Have an objection to
    • - what does that mean, if you don't mind my asking?
    • - do you mind if I have a cigarette?
  3. Be reluctant to do something (often used in polite requests)
    • - I don't mind admitting I was worried
  4. Used to express one's strong enthusiasm for something
    • - I wouldn't mind some coaching from him!
  5. Regard as important and worthy of attention
    • - never mind the opinion polls
  6. Feel concern
    • - why should she mind about a few snubs from people she didn't care for?
  7. Used to urge someone to remember or take care to bring about something
    • - mind you look after the children
  8. Used to introduce a qualification to a previous statement
    • - we've got some decorations up—not a lot, mind you
  9. Used to make a command more insistent or to draw attention to a statement
    • - be early to bed tonight, mind
  10. Be obedient to
    • - you think about how much Cal does for you, and you mind her, you hear?
  11. Remember
    • - I mind the time when he lost his false teeth
  12. Take care of temporarily
    • - we left our husbands to mind the children while we went out
  13. Used to warn someone to avoid injury or damage from a hazard
    • - mind your head on that cupboard!
  14. Be careful about the quality or nature of
    • - mind your manners!
  15. Be inclined or disposed to do a particular thing
    • - he was minded to reject the application
    • - the Board was given leave to object if it was so minded
Noun
  1. The element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought
    • - as the thoughts ran through his mind, he came to a conclusion
    • - people have the price they are prepared to pay settled in their minds
  2. A person's mental processes contrasted with physical action
    • - I wrote a letter in my mind
  3. A person's intellect
    • - his keen mind
  4. The state of normal mental functioning in a person
    • - the strain has affected his mind
  5. A person's memory
    • - the company's name slips my mind
  6. A person identified with their intellectual faculties
    • - he was one of the greatest minds of his time
  7. A person's attention
    • - I expect my employees to keep their minds on the job
  8. The will or determination to achieve something
    • - anyone can lose weight if they set their mind to it

  1. be offended or bothered by; take offense with, be bothered by; "I don't mind your behavior"
  2. that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason; "his mind wandered"; "I couldn't get his words out of my head"
  3. be concerned with or about something or somebody
  4. recall or remembrance; "it came to mind"
  5. judgment: an opinion formed by judging something; "he was reluctant to make his judgment known"; "she changed her mind"
  6. take care: be in charge of or deal with; "She takes care of all the necessary arrangements"
  7. Mind is the aspect of intellect and consciousness experienced as combinations of thought, perception, memory, emotion, will, and imagination, including all unconscious cognitive processes. The term is often used to refer, by implication, to the thought processes of reason. ...
  8. MIND (Moving In New Directions) (est. 1975) is an alternative education high school in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ...
  9. Mind is a mental health charity in England and Wales. Founded in 1946 as the National Association for Mental Health, it celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2006.
  10. Mind is a British journal, currently published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Mind Association, which deals with philosophy in the analytic tradition. It was founded by Alexander Bain in 1876 with George Croom Robertson as editor at University College London. ...
  11. "Mind" was a single by Liverpool-based pop group The Farm, released as the first single off their second album Love See No Colour. It was released in 12 August 1991, having been produced by Graham "Suggs" McPherson of Madness. The single peaked at #31 on the UK Singles Chart.
  12. In Iain M. Banks' Culture novels most larger starships, some inhabited planets and all orbitals have their own Minds: sentient, hyperintelligent machines originally built by biological species which have evolved, redesigned themselves, and become many times more intelligent than their original ...
  13. The ability for rational thought; The ability to be aware of things; The ability to remember things; The ability to focus the thoughts; Somebody that embodies certain mental qualities; Judgment, opinion, or view; Desire, inclination, or intention; A healthy mental state; The non-material ...
  14. (minded) Having a mind (inclination) for something; Having a preference for doing something; having a likelihood, or disposition to carry out an act
  15. (MINDED) Greatly interested in a specific thing. To become aware of; notice.
  16. (minding) According to symbolic interactionism, an inner dialogue used to test alternatives, rehearse actions, and anticipate reactions before responding.
  17. (Mindness) This is Llinás' (1987) notion of a "high-level awareness, including self-awareness" (p356) which allows "complex goal-directed interactions between a living organism and its environment" (p339). [See now how Llinás uses mindness in defending his own brand of physicalism.]
  18. a control system between the thetan and the physical universe. The mind is not a brain. See also analytical mind; thetan.
  19. The container of the contents of consciousness, what we call the results of our processes of perception, thinking, and feeling. The mind is the manifestation of consciousness.
  20. emotions, moods and other mind states. These are referred to as mind states because the Buddha saw what modern psychology now recognises, that thoughts and feelings are inextricably connected.
  21. 1. Usual description of the mental body of the human being. 2. The vehicle through which the world of meaning (the realm of the Spiritual Soul) is translated into thoughts and applied to the three lower worlds of human experience (intellectual world, desire-feeling world and physical world).
  22. The processes and memories within the brain of an IS. The main processes are transforming sensations into concepts, representing the present situation by concepts, choosing a response rule, and responding according to the response rule. ...
  23. ferð; hige; mod; gemynd
  24. 1.(verb. miynd) to remember, e.g. Ah cannut mind where ah put it = I don't recall the location where I placed that item. ( I mind, you mind, he minds, not usually used in the past tense )
  25. "A part of the person that knows and thinks and feels and wishes and chooses," the World Book Dictionary says. It is a running record of a person's past, almost like a movie.