• US /maɪnd/
  • UK /maɪnd/
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  • v. 介意; 照料;
  • n. 心神; 頭腦;
  • I do mind when you get angry for no reason
  • My sister will mind my dog while I am out of town
  • I have made up my mind and I am going to go back to school
  • I think he has been losing his mind recently, it is all because of the divorce

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  1. ca: so, in your mind, timescale and likelihood

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  1. a terrible thing to waste
    A mind is a terrible thing to waste
  2. Throughout modern times the word 'mind' has been added to the end of all sentences spoke in the Gloucester (UK) area. It can indicate a question, acceptance, frustration, to big up a conquest or anything you so choose!
    "What's it for mind?" "Enjoyed that mind." "That's it, he's dead mind." "She got rode mind" "Big night tonight, gonna put on my new Ben Shearman mind" "Going up town tonight mind" "Don't smoke it all mind" "alright my babber mind"
  3. Something that a pimp will take away from a weak woman.
    Pimps will use your mind against you girls.
  4. a hot kuti with inhumanly large breasts. so large in fact that it makes her prone to getting lost, messing up lyrics, making freaky shrieking sounds, and any other kinky activity that lesser bitches won't dare to do. makes bomb ass curry... and spanish rice.
    guy1: damn look at that hot kuti! guy2: that ain't any ordinary kuti, that's min-DDDDDDDDDD guy1: i'd kill for my kuti to have D-cups like that! random bum walking down the street: min-DDDDDDDDDD!
  5. [majnd] A part of existence that philosophers and scientists just can't seem to "wrap their minds around", albeit it has been at the center of philosophical and scientific discourse for centuries.
    Philosopher 1: "What is the mind?" Philosopher 2: "I have no idea."
  6. Mind is a word frequently used in Scotland meaning: memory, remembrance, recollection. In numerous phrases with verbs, constituting the equivalents of verbs of remembering, recalling or reminding.
    "[Mate], mind that time ah [decked] Billy?" "Naw, ah dinnae mind that time ye decked Billy." --
  7. -n.: The part of your brain that keeps stuff you are aware of. -v.: To keep (variable something) in or on the mind. -v.: To be annoyed or bothered by something.
    -n.: I'm losing my mind. -v.(1): Mind your manners. -v.(2): Yes, I mind the carrot peeler by my penis.
  8. Mentally [independent] [nervous] dispositions
    [Great] minds [think] alike
  9. remember, from Irvine Welsh novels, scottish dialect
    'I mind that schemie cunt from the Busy Bee'
  10. A place to keep your things.
    I keep them in my mind.