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mind
[maɪnd] [maɪnd]

  • n. 理智,精神;意见;智力;记忆力
  • vt. 介意;专心于;照料
  • vi. 介意;注意

[ 复数 minds 过去式 minded 过去分词 minded 现在分词 minding 第三人称单数 minds ]

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  心灵

... 心向原则 law of set 心灵 mind / psyche 心灵学 parapsychology ...

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  介意

...网络解释 1. mind 蔡斌知道外界对自己的质疑和批评,但他并不介意(Mind):“在上海,我想得更多的也是女排下一阶段的很多细节,并没有太介意外界的声音,由于我从来没有对自身怀疑过,我这个人挺理性的...

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  反对

雅思分类词汇:旅行住宿词汇 ... passport 护照 mind 介意,反对 fill out 填写 ...

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  脑海

目空一切的乔丹(Jordan)大帝都会倾诉着我方骄气的舌头(Tongue),那种满意恣睢的王者姿势深深的印入多数球迷(Fan)的脑海(Mind)中。球场(Court)上乔丹(Jordan)是霸主,有真正的朋友,但不知你有没有福气遇到。

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短语

unconscious mind 潜意识 ; 无意识心理 ; 无意识 ; 无意识心智

mind control 洗脑 ; 精神控制 ; 心灵控制 ; 心智操控

Mind Games 智力游戏 ; 各有计谋 ; 心理游戏 ; 智商训练

Mind Game 心灵游戏 ; 心理游戏 ; 心魄游戏 ; 心骇边缘

Mind Machine 头脑大激荡 ; 智力机器 ; 思考机器

sports mind 车身贴纸 ; 反光贴 ; 灯眉贴

Mind rover 思考机器 ; 思索机器

MIND FEVER 心灵发热

MIND JOURNEY 心灵旅途 ; 心灵的旅程

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  • 精神 - 引用次数:287

    These writers depicted the wasteland in modern people’s mind in their works.

    这些作家在自己的作品中描绘了在大机器时代里,现代人生活在空虚的“精神荒原”的情形。

    参考来源 - 南方的身份困境:福克纳作品中南方的文化危机
  • 思想 - 引用次数:110

    Second, "the fational art’s movement" in the 80’s is a mind liberation of idealism.

    、八十年代新潮美术运动是一场理想主义的思想解放运动,虽然不能切入到中国社会的现实,但它开创中国美术的多元。

    参考来源 - 扣响可能之门——中国当代艺术文化策略
  • 思想 - 引用次数:81

    Having fulfilled those elements, one can show the nobility of his virtue state of mind, ideology, value principle.

    这些要素的实现,就可以体现一个人的品德、心态、价值观和思想境界的高尚。

    参考来源 - 论曾国藩的家庭教育思想
  • 追思弥撒
  • 介意
  • 精神
    心理
  • 心理

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mind [ maind ]

  • n.
    • that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason

      "his mind wandered"

      同义词: head brain psyche nous

    • recall or remembrance

      "it came to mind"

    • an opinion formed by judging something

      "she changed her mind"

      同义词: judgment judgement

    • an important intellectual

      "the great minds of the 17th century"

      同义词: thinker creative thinker

    • attention

      "don't pay him any mind"

    • your intention; what you intend to do

      "he had in mind to see his old teacher"

      同义词: idea

    • knowledge and intellectual ability

      "he reads to improve his mind"

      同义词: intellect

  • v.
    • be offended or bothered by; take offense with, be bothered by

      "I don't mind your behavior"

    • be concerned with or about something or somebody
    • be in charge of or deal with

      同义词: take care

    • pay close attention to; give heed to

      同义词: heed listen

    • be on one's guard; be cautious or wary about; be alert to

      同义词: beware

    • keep in mind

      同义词: bear in mind

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

  NOUN USES

mind /maɪnd/ CET4 TEM4 ( minds )

  • 1. 

    N-COUNT You refer to someone's mind when talking about their thoughts. For example, if you say that something is in your mind, you mean that you are thinking about it, and if you say that something is at the back of your mind, you mean that you are aware of it, although you are not thinking about it very much. 想法

    例:

    I'm trying to clear my mind of all this.

    我正试图把这一切都从我脑子里清理出去。

    例:

    There was no doubt in his mind that the man was serious.

    毫不怀疑在他的脑海里这个人是认真的。

  • 2. 

    N-COUNT Your mind is your ability to think and reason. 才智

    例:

    You have a good mind.

    你很有才智。

    例:

    Studying stretched my mind and got me thinking about things.

    学习扩展了我的才智,使我开始思考事情了。

  • 3. 

    N-COUNT If you have a particular type of mind, you have a particular way of thinking which is part of your character, or a result of your education or professional training. 思维方式

    例:

    Andrew, you have a very suspicious mind.

    安德鲁,你疑心太重了。

    例:

    The key to his success is his logical mind.

    他成功的关键在于他的逻辑思维。

  • 4. 

    N-COUNT You can refer to someone as a particular kind of mind as a way of saying that they are smart, intelligent, or imaginative. 有才智的人

    例:

    She moved to New York, meeting some of the best minds of her time.

    她搬到了纽约,遇到了她那个时代最具才智的一些人。

  • 5. 

    → see also frame of mind, state of mind

  • 6. 

    PHRASE If you tell someone to bear something in mind or to keep something in mind, you are reminding or warning them about something important which they should remember. 记住

    例:

    Bear in mind that gas stations are scarce in the more remote areas.

    记住,加油站在那些比较偏远的地区是很稀少的。

  • 7. 

    PHRASE If you cast your mind back to a time in the past, you think about what happened then. 回想起

    例:

    Cast your mind back to 1978, when Forest won the title.

    回想一下1978年,那时福里斯特赢得了这个头衔。

  • 8. 

    PHRASE If you change your mind, or if someone or something changes your mind, you change a decision you have made or an opinion that you had. 改变主意

    例:

    I was going to vote for him, but I changed my mind and voted for Reagan.

    我本打算投他的票,但后来改变了主意投了里根的票。

  • 9. 

    PHRASE If something comes to mind or springs to mind, you think of it without making any effort. 马上想到

    例:

    Integrity and honesty are words that spring to mind when talking of the man.

    谈到这个人时就会马上想到“正直”和“诚实”这两个词。

  • 10. 

    PHRASE If you say that an idea or possibility never crossed your mind, you mean that you did not think of it. 想到

    例:

    It had never crossed his mind that there might be a problem.

    他从来没想到过会有问题。

  • 11. 

    PHRASE If you see something in your mind's eye, you imagine it and have a clear picture of it in your mind. 在脑海中

    例:

    In his mind's eye, he can imagine the effect he's having.

    在他脑海中,他可以想像到自己正在产生的影响。

  • 12. 

    PHRASE If you say that you have a good mind to do something or have half a mind to do it, you are threatening or announcing that you have a strong desire to do it, although you probably will not do it. 非常想做

    例:

    He raged on about how he had a good mind to resign.

    他很恼火他怎么会那么想辞职。

  • 13. 

    PHRASE If you ask someone what they have in mind, you want to know in more detail about an idea or wish they have. 打算做某事

    例:

    "Maybe we could celebrate tonight."—"What did you have in mind?"

    “或许我们今晚可以庆祝一下。”—“你有什么打算?”

  • 14. 

    PHRASE If you do something with a particular thing in mind, you do it with that thing as your aim or as the reason or basis for your action. 心中怀有某事

    例:

    These families need support. With this in mind a group of 35 specialists met last weekend.

    这些家庭需要资助。怀着这个想法,35人的专家组于上周末聚在了一起。

  • 15. 

    PHRASE If you say that something such as an illness is all in the mind, you mean that it relates to someone's feelings or attitude, rather than having any physical cause. 凭空想像

    例:

    It could be a virus, or it could be all in the mind.

    这可能是种病毒,或者可能全是凭空想像。

  • 16. 

    PHRASE If you know your own mind, you are sure about your opinions, and are not easily influenced by other people. 有主见

    例:

    She knows her own mind and won't let anyone talk her into something she doesn't want to do.

    她很有主见,不会听从任何人劝说去做自己不想做的事。

  • 17. 

    PHRASE If you say that someone is losing their mind, you mean that they are becoming mad. 失去理智

    例:

    Sometimes I feel like I'm losing my mind.

    有时我觉得自己好像要失去理智了。

  • 18. 

    PHRASE If you make up your mind or make your mind up, you decide which of a number of possible things you will have or do. 下定决心

    例:

    Once he made up his mind to do something, there was no stopping him.

    他一旦下定决心做什么事,没有什么可以阻止他。

  • 19. 

    PHRASE If a number of people are of one mind, of like mind, or of the same mind, they all agree about something. 意见一致

    例:

    Contact with other disabled yachtsmen of like mind would be helpful.

    联系一下其他具有同样想法的残疾帆船赛手是会有帮助的。

  • 20. 

    PHRASE If you say that something that happens is a load off your mind or a weight off your mind, you mean that it causes you to stop worrying, for example because it solves a problem that you had. 使不再忧虑

    例:

    Knowing that she had medical insurance took a great load off her mind.

    知道自己有医疗保险,她不再担心了。

  • 21. 

    PHRASE If something is on your mind, you are worried or concerned about it and think about it a lot. 惦记着

    例:

    This game has been on my mind all week.

    整整一周我一直惦记着这场比赛。

  • 22. 

    PHRASE If your mind is on something or you have your mind on something, you are thinking about that thing. 专心于某事

    例:

    At school I was always in trouble – my mind was never on my work.

    上学时我一直麻烦不断–总也无法专注于我的功课。

  • 23. 

    PHRASE If you have an open mind, you avoid forming an opinion or making a decision until you know all the facts. 开放的心态

    例:

    It's hard to see it any other way, though I'm trying to keep an open mind.

    尽管我试图保持开放的心态,可是很难换个角度去看这件事。

  • 24. 

    PHRASE If something opens your mind to new ideas or experiences, it makes you more willing to accept them or try them. 使愿意尝试; 使愿意接受

    例:

    She also stimulated his curiosity and opened his mind to other cultures.

    她还激发了他的好奇心,使他愿意接受其他文化。

  • 25. 

    PHRASE If you say that someone is out of their mind, you mean that they are mad or very foolish. 发疯 [非正式]

    例:

    What are you doing? Are you out of your mind?

    你在干什么?你疯了吗?

  • 26. 

    PHRASE If you say that someone is out of their mind with a feeling such as worry or fear, you are emphasizing that they are extremely worried or afraid. 极度 (焦虑、害怕等) [非正式]

    例:

    I was out of my mind with fear. I didn't know what to do.

    我害怕极了。我不知道该怎么办。

  • 27. 

    PHRASE If you say that someone is, for example, bored out of their mind, scared out of their mind, or stoned out of their mind, you are emphasizing that they are extremely bored, scared, or affected by drugs. 感到非常无聊、害怕或受毒品的影响 [非正式]

    例:

    That was one of the most depressing experiences of my life. I was bored out of my mind after five minutes.

    那是我一生中最沮丧的经历之一。5分钟后我就觉得无聊透顶了。

  • 28. 

    PHRASE If you put your mind to something, you start making an effort to do it. 专心做某事

    例:

    You could do fine in the world if you put your mind to it.

    在这个世界上,只要你认真做事,就能做好。

  • 29. 

    PHRASE If you can read someone's mind, you know what they are thinking without them saying anything. 看出某人的心思

    例:

    Don't expect others to read your mind.

    不要期望别人能看出你的心思。

  • 30. 

    PHRASE To put someone's mind at rest or set their mind at rest means to stop them from worrying about something. 使某人安心

    例:

    It may be advisable to have a blood test to put your mind at rest.

    验一下血让你自己安心也许是明智的。

  • 31. 

    PHRASE If you say that nobody in their right mind would do a particular thing, you are emphasizing that it is an irrational thing to do and you would be surprised if anyone did it. 神智正常 (不会做某事) [强调]

    例:

    No one in her right mind would make such a major purchase without asking questions.

    没有一个神智正常的女人会不问问题就买这么一个大件。

  • 32. 

    PHRASE If you set your mind on something or have your mind set on it, you are determined to do it or obtain it. 决心做某事

    例:

    When my wife sets her mind on something, she invariably finds a way to achieve it.

    当我妻子下定决心做什么事情,她总会找到办法做到。

  • 33. 

    PHRASE If something slips your mind, you forget it. 忘记

    例:

    I was going to mention it, but it slipped my mind.

    我正要说到它,可是想不起来了。

  • 34. 

    PHRASE If you speak your mind, you say firmly and honestly what you think about a situation, even if this may offend or upset people. 说出心中所想

    例:

    Martina Navratilova has never been afraid to speak her mind.

    马丁娜·纳夫拉蒂洛娃从来不怕说出自己心中的想法。

  • 35. 

    PHRASE If something sticks in your mind, it remains firmly in your memory. 被铭记于心

    例:

    I've always been fond of poetry and one piece has always stuck in my mind.

    我一直喜欢诗歌,有一首诗一直被我铭记于心。

  • 36. 

    PHRASE If something takes your mind off a problem or unpleasant situation, it helps you to forget about it for a while. 转移注意力

    例:

    "How about a game of tennis?" suggested Alan. "That'll take your mind off things."

    “打一场网球怎么样?”艾伦建议道,“那会转移一下你的注意力。”

  • 37. 

    PHRASE You say or write to my mind to indicate that the statement you are making is your own opinion. 依我看

    例:

    There are scenes in this play which, to my mind, are incredibly violent.

    这部戏中的一些场面依我看太过暴力了。

  • 38. 

    PHRASE If you are of two minds, you are uncertain about what to do, especially when you have to choose between two courses of action. 犹豫不决

    例:

    He was of two minds about this plan.

    他对于这个计划犹豫不决。

  • 39. 

    to give someone a piece of your mind →see piece

  VERB USES

mind /maɪnd/ ( minding, minded, minds )

  • PHRASE

  • 1. 

    V-T/V-I If you do not mind something, you are not annoyed or bothered by it. 介意 [usu with brd-neg]

    例:

    I don't mind the noise during the day.

    白天我不介意这种噪声。

    例:

    I hope you don't mind me stopping in like this, without an appointment.

    我希望你别介意我这样冒昧拜访,都没有事先约定。

    例:

    I lit a cigarette and nobody seemed to mind.

    我点了一支烟,好像并没有人介意。

  • 2. 

    V-T/V-I You use mind in the expressions "do you mind?" and "would you mind?" as a polite way of asking permission or asking someone to do something. 介意 (表示礼貌地征询许可或提出请求) [礼貌]

    例:

    Do you mind if I ask you one more thing?

    您介意我再提一个问题吗?

    例:

    Would you mind waiting outside for a moment?

    您介意在外面等一会儿吗?

  • 3. 

    V-T If someone does not mind what happens or what something is like, they do not have a strong preference for any particular thing. 介意 (用于否定句中表达“…均可”之意) [with brd-neg]

    例:

    I don't mind what we play, really.

    我不介意咱们玩什么,真的。

  • 4. 

    V-T If you mind a child or something such as a shop or luggage, you take care of it, usually while the person who owns it or is usually responsible for it is somewhere else. 照看

    例:

    Jim Coulters will mind the shop while I'm away.

    我不在时,吉姆·库尔特斯会照看商店。

  • 5. 

    PHRASE People use the expression if you don't mind when they are rejecting an offer or saying that they do not want to do something, especially when they are annoyed. 如果你不介意 (用于委婉地拒绝别人的提议和建议) [情感]

    例:

    "Sit down."—"I prefer standing for a while, if you don't mind."

    “坐吧。”—“如果你不介意,我想站一会儿。”

  • 6. 

    PHRASE You use mind you to emphasize a piece of information that you are adding, especially when the new information explains what you have said or contrasts with it. Some people use mind in a similar way. 记住; 务必 [强调]

    例:

    They pay full rates. Mind you, they can afford it.

    他们是全额支付的。记住,他们能付得起。

  • 7. 

    CONVENTION You say never mind when you are emphasizing that something is not serious or important, especially when someone is upset about it or is saying they are sorry. 没什么 [强调]

    例:

    Her voice trembled. "Oh, Sylvia, I'm so sorry."—"Never mind."

    她的声音颤抖着。“哎呀,西尔维娅,我真抱歉。”—“没什么。”

  • 8. 

    PHRASE You use never mind to tell someone that they need not do something or worry about something, because it is not important or because you will do it yourself. 别担心

    例:

    "Was his name David?"—"No I don't think it was, but never mind, go on."

    “他的名字是大卫吗?”——“不,我想不是,不过没关系,继续。”

    例:

    Dorothy, come on. Never mind your shoes. They'll soon dry off.

    多萝西,快点。别担心你的鞋。它们很快就会干的。

  • 9. 

    PHRASE You use never mind after a statement, often a negative one, to indicate that the statement is even more true of the person, thing, or situation that you are going to mention next. 更不用说 [强调]

    例:

    I'm not going to believe it myself, never mind convince anyone else.

    我自己都不会相信它,更不用说说服其他人了。

  • 10. 

    PHRASE If you say that you wouldn't mind something, you mean that you would quite like it. 很喜欢; 很愿意

    例:

    I wouldn't mind a coffee.

    我很想喝杯咖啡。

  • 11. 

    V-T If you tell someone to mind something, you are warning them to be careful not to hurt themselves or other people, or damage something. 当心 [英国英语]

  • 12. 

    V-T You use mind when you are reminding someone to do something or telling them to be careful not to do something. 注意 [英国英语]

词组短语同近义词同根词词语辨析

in mind 记住,考虑到,想到;在心里;头脑中;时刻记住

in my mind 在我脑海中;在我的心中;在我精神世界里

state of mind 心理状态,思想状态;心境

would you mind 你介意…吗

keep in mind 记住

don't mind 不在乎

do you mind [口语] , ◎请你…好不好,倘若…你不见怪吧 , ◎[表示恼怒]请不要这样好不好,你太冒失了,别来这一套好不好  

never mind 没有关系,不要记在心上

in the mind 心里

open mind 开放思想,开放思维

an open mind 虚心

change your mind 改变心意;改变你的想法;改变你的观点

if you don't mind (口)如果你不介意的话;如果你不反对的话

have in mind 考虑;想到

make up your mind 下定你的决心

mind control 精神控制;心灵控制

frame of mind 心情

out of mind 心不在焉;忘却;发狂

out of my mind 走出我的脑海

come to mind 想到

  更多收起词组短语

词根: mind

adj.

mindless 愚蠢的;不小心的;不需要动脑筋的;不顾虑的

mindful 留心的;记住的;警觉的

minded 有意的;有思想的;具有意志的

adv.

mindlessly 不费心思地;愚蠢地

mindfully 谨慎地;注意地

n.

mindfulness 留心,警觉

minder 看守者;照顾者

mindlessness 不在乎,不用心;没头脑,精神缺失

v.

minded 介意;照顾(mind的过去式)

  care, mind

这组词都有“介意,在乎”的意思,其区别是:

care 指对某事感到关切、操心或忧虑,主要用于否定句或疑问句。

mind 通常用于否定句、疑问句或条件句中。也可用在答复询问的肯定句中。指因某事打扰、感到不满而表示反对。

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  intellect, wit, wisdom, mind, brain, intelligence

这组词都有“智力,智慧”的意思,其区别是:

intellect 侧重不受感情或意志左右的冷静思考或领悟能力。

wit 指先天的才能、智力、意识等,隐含小聪明意味。

wisdom 较文雅,也可指明智的言行。

mind 使用广泛,无褒贬之意。强调诸如认识、记忆、思考、决定等的智慧功能。

brain (多用复数brains)强调理解能力和独立的或者首创性的思维能力。

intelligence 指处理或对付问题或情况的特殊才智;也指运用、展开智慧的能力。

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  attend, remark, mind, notice, note

这组词都有“注意”的意思,其区别是:

attend 一般用词,侧重专心于某事。

remark 一般指经过思维活动而注意到。

mind 指用心地去观察,了解某人或某物以达到某一目的。常用于命令句中。

notice 指对所见所闻所感的人或事作出的反应,侧重结果。

note 语气比notice强,指不仅注意到,而且记录下来,侧重注意的认真与仔细。

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  • I do it every week. It just so happens that this argument is more closed, more settled, in my own mind.

    我每个星期都这样做,只是现在这个讨论,在我心中,是更不公开的,更稳定的。

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  • because your mind is already in that mode of bringing ideas from concept to something a little bit more concrete.

    因为你的大脑已经处在能把概念转化为比较具体的实物的模式中了。

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in mind 记住,考虑到,想到;在心里;头脑中;时刻记住

in my mind 在我脑海中;在我的心中;在我精神世界里

state of mind 心理状态,思想状态;心境

would you mind 你介意…吗

keep in mind 记住

don't mind 不在乎

do you mind [口语] , ◎请你…好不好,倘若…你不见怪吧 , ◎[表示恼怒]请不要这样好不好,你太冒失了,别来这一套好不好  

never mind 没有关系,不要记在心上

in the mind 心里

open mind 开放思想,开放思维

an open mind 虚心

change your mind 改变心意;改变你的想法;改变你的观点

if you don't mind (口)如果你不介意的话;如果你不反对的话

have in mind 考虑;想到

make up your mind 下定你的决心

mind control 精神控制;心灵控制

frame of mind 心情

out of mind 心不在焉;忘却;发狂

out of my mind 走出我的脑海

come to mind 想到

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