- Definition and synonyms of would you mind from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of would you mind.View American English definition of would you mind. Change your default dictionary to American English.
- Mind you A phrase used to indicate that someone must consider or pay attention to a particular piece of information. They are expensive, mind you, but the quality of their craftsmanship is worth the extra price. They can certainly afford to give some of their profits back to their employees, mind you.
Informal —used in speech to give stress to a statement that one is making so that a preceding or following statement will not be misunderstood His advice wasn't very helpful. Meaning of formal english writing. Passive sentences examples. I'm not criticizing him, mind you. —often used in British English without you His advice wasn't very helpful. I'm not criticizing him, mind!Related topics: Humanmindmind1 /maɪnd/S1W1 noun1ability to think and imagine [countable, uncountable]HBH your thoughts or your ability to think, feel, and imagine things → mentalIt is impossible to understand the complex nature of the human mind.Mind and body are closely related.Meditation involves focussing the mind on a single object or word.in somebody’s mindThere was no doubt in my mind that it was the right decision to make.Do you have a clear picture in your mind of what you want?A plan began to form in his mind.The event is still fresh in most people’s minds.independence/strength/flexibility of mindmen who were chosen for their independence of mind2 →change your mind3 →make up your mind/make your mind up4 →have somebody/something in mind (for something)5 →bear/keep somebody/something in mind6 →with somebody/something in mind7 →on your/somebody’s mind8 →get/put somebody/something out of your mind9 →cross/enter somebody’s mind10 →go/run/flash etc through somebody’s mind11 →come/spring to mind12character [countable] used to talk about the way that someone thinks and the type of thoughts they haveHe has a very devious mind.My naturally suspicious mind thought he might be lying.13intelligence [countable usually singular]INTELLIGENT your intelligence and ability to think, rather than your emotionsa mind trained to react with split-second accuracya brilliant/enquiring/logical etc minda bright child with an enquiring mind14intelligent person [countable] someone who is very intelligent, especially in a particular subject or activitySYN brainThis is one of the issues that has most interested military minds.Some of the finest minds in the country are working on the project.15 →state/frame of mind16 →to/in my mind17 →go/turn over something in your mind18 →be the last thing on somebody’s mind19 →take/keep/get somebody’s mind off something20 →set/put somebody’s mind at rest21 →it/that is a load/weight off somebody’s mind22 →prey on somebody’s mind23 →no one in their right mind ..24 →be out of your mind25 →be out of your mind with worry/grief etc26 →go out of your mind27 →somebody’s mind goes blank28 →go (right/clean) out of somebody’s mind29 →bring/call something to mind30 →put somebody in mind of somebody/something31 →stick/stay in somebody’s mind32 →be of one mind/of the same mind/of like mind33 →have a mind of your own