- n. 头脑；精神；心；想法；意见；心思；注意力；有才智的人；记忆；心情；理智；[宗]追思弥撒；上帝
- v. 留心；注意；专心于；介意；照顾
- [C][U]头脑,精神,理智 the human spirit and power of reason as opposed to the body, the material word, etc.; the ability to think and reason, intellect; a person considered for their ability to think well
- [U]智力 intelligence; intellect
- [C][U]注意力,心思 attention
- [U]记忆(力) memory
- [C][U]意向,想法 a person's way of thinking of feeling; thoughts; an intention
- vt. & vi. 留心; 注意 be careful of; pay close attention to
- vt. & vi. 照顾,照管 take care or charge of; look after
- vt. & vi. 介意; 在乎; 反对 (often used with would, in requests, or in negative sentences) have a reason against or be opposed to (a particular thing); be troubled by or dislike
- vt. & vi. 服从,听从 obey; submit
- vt. 专心于 concentrate one's attention; be absorbed
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"
recall or remembrance;
"it came to mind"
an opinion formed by judging something;
"he was reluctant to make his judgment known"
"she changed her mind"
an important intellectual;
"the great minds of the 17th century"
"don't pay him any mind"
your intention; what you intend to do;
"he had in mind to see his old teacher"
"the idea of the game is to capture all the pieces"
knowledge and intellectual ability;
"he reads to improve his mind"
"he has a keen intellect"
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;
"She takes care of all the necessary arrangements"
pay close attention to; give heed to;
"Heed the advice of the old men"
be on one's guard; be cautious or wary about; be alert to;
"Beware of telephone salesmen"
keep in mind
- He is ninety years old,but his mind is sharp.
- Her death had an unbalancing effect on Joe's mind.
- I tried to fix the date in my mind.
- Despite what she says, I won't change my mind.
- He changed his mind when he heard all the facts.
- He focused his mind on his new plan.
- Try and focus your mind on your lessons.
- Noise outside distracted her mind from her studies.
- He is one of the greatest minds of the age.
- You should keep in mind what I have said.
- I can't think where I've left my umbrella; my mind's a complete blank!
- She was in a cheerful frame of mind.
- He was in a bad frame of mind this morning.
- He unbent his mind by reading detective stories.
- I lose my mind just standing next to her.
- He was not the only prisoner to lose his mind.
- Mind the dog! It may be fierce.
- Only, mind you, good mowing requires some little skill.
- Mind your own business!
- Would you mind if I smoke here?
- I don't mind the children's comings and goings.
- My mother is minding the shop.
- An idea suddenly occurred to my mind.
- It occurred to my mind.
- The truth must have dawned upon his mind by this time.
- His mind ran on his own trouble.
- Fear paralyzed my mind.
- The problem is exercising our mind.
- Fear evacuated their mind of reason.
- I had enough presence of mind not to mention my intention.
- This difficulty challenges my mind to find an answer.
- A sound mind in a sound body.
- I saw that his mind was elsewhere then.
- Concentrate your mind on study.Don't look around.
- The news that her child was safe eased her mind.
- Give your whole mind to the question.
- He focused his mind on his lessons.
- Lack of sleep had fogged her mind.
- It's difficult to fix my mind on what I am doing.
- I want you to clear your mind of everything that happened before the fire.
- His whole mind, his whole being, was centered in revolution.
- His mind was bound up in that question.
- He bent his mind to his studies.
- He applies his mind to the difficulty.
- The thought flashed through my mind that he could be lying.
- Her mind dwelt on the sad events.
- Their minds were constantly colliding in endless arguments.
- Reading good books elevates your minds.
- These reasons operated on the mind of the hearer.
- Pornographic literature and art corrupt the minds of young people.
- You need to decorate your mind with virtue.
- She cultivated her mind by reading many books.
- An enquiring mind quickly catches on to a new idea.
- The best minds in the country are trying to find a way out of its difficulties.
- Mind!Don't go too near the edge of the cliff.
- Mind!There is a bus coming!
- Mind! or I'll run you down with my bicycle.
- Mind now! not a word to anyone about it.
- I'm telling you this in confidence, mind.
- You must try not to mind when he criticizes your work.
- I'm sure she won't really mind.
- The students here did not mind particularly.
- They don't seem to mind a bit.
- I don't mind at all.
- Must the teacher make the children mind?
- The teacher would assign his pupils extra homework if they didn't mind.
- The dog minds well.
- Mind the train!
- Mind your hand,Xiao Yu, that's hot.
- Mind the wet paint.
- Xiao Lin promised to mind the baby while we go out.
- She asked her daughter to stay at home and mind the baby.
- My sister minds a neighbour's child for a small fee.
- Just go about your work and don't mind him.
- The shepherd is minding his sheep.
- There was nobody left to mind the club.
- My son can mind the store for me while I'm out of town.
- She does not hold a grudge against anyone. Please don't mind her too much.
- He didn't seem to mind any kind of hardship.
- I don't mind a joke, but this is going too far.
- I don't mind the cold.
- His aunt could not make the child mind her.
- You must mind your husband.
- You should mind your teacher's words.
- We should mind the rules.
- Good drivers are always careful to mind the speed limit.
- He always minds his work.
- He said he minded the man well.
- She went out and left the children to be minded by their aunt.
- He's a shrewd guy.You'd better mind not to fall a victim to him.
- Would you mind opening the window?
- Would you mind giving me a glass of water and some aspirin?
- Would you mind waiting a minute? — Not at all.
你等我一下行吗? —— 可以。
- Would your friends mind speaking a little more softly?
- I think I've grasped your main proposals, but would you mind running through them once again?
- Sorry, would you mind repeating that point?I seem to have lost the drift of the argument.
- I wonder whether you would mind doing me a favour? — No, indeed.
- I wonder if you mind looking at my throat for a minute. —Of course not.
劳驾看看我的嗓子好吗? —— 当然可以。
- I shouldn't mind living in a house like that.
- Would you mind calling back some time tomorrow?
- I don't mind listening to advice that I've asked for, but I refuse to be preached at.
- I don't mind being polite to that woman, but I draw the line at inviting her into my home.
- I'm sure she wouldn't mind your going with us.
- I don't mind Liu Hong speaking ill behind my back.
- Will you mind the children going to the show with us?
- I don't mind him coming in late if he doesn't wake me up.
- You don't mind it standing here for the present, do you?
- They didn't mind the news becoming public.
- I mind reading this book.
- Mind that you don't forget to tell him.
- Mind you read the examination questions very carefully before you begin to answer them.
- If he minded that she left him by himself in the evening, he never mentioned it.
- We shall have to mind what we say.
- Now mind what I tell you, don't go near the pond.
- You mustn't mind what Xiao Zhang says, she doesn't mean it.
- I don't mind what you do.
- I don't mind who he is.
- I don't mind whether they agree or not.
- Would you mind if I took one of the pictures as a keepsake?
- You must not mind if they are strict with you.
- —Do you mind the window open?—Yes,I do mind; it's too much cold.——
- be in twenty minds
- be of sb's mind
同意,意见相同 agree to
- bear in mind
记住,考虑 remember to consider, take account of
bear sth in mind
I'll bear your advice in my mind.
This should always be borne in mind.
Yet there is an other point to be borne in mind.
但还有另外一点是应当记住的。bear in mind that-clause
He didn't do the job very well, but you must bear in mind that he was ill at the time.
As generation gap exists, we must bear in mind that the younger people might not like that idea.
Please bear in mind that they are our enemy.
He has born in mind that you hurt him.
You must bear in mind that some of those plants are poisonous.
- bring to mind
bring sth to mind
I can't seem to bring to mind the name of the place where we last met.
I know it happened, but I can't bring it to mind.
- call to mind
(使)记起,(使)想起 (cause to) remember
call sth to mind
Sorry,I just can't call his name to mind at the moment.
Now you mention it,I call the fact to mind.
- change one's mind
改变了主意 change the idea
- come across one's mind
忽然想到 think sth in heart suddenly
- cross one's mind
突然有个想法 come across an idea in heart suddenly
- dismiss from one's mind
试图忘记某事或某人 try to forget sth/sb
dismiss sb/sth from one's mind
She tried to dismiss him from her mind.
The doctor urged the patient to dismiss all worries from her mind and take a good rest.
- erase from sb's mind
从(记忆等)中忘掉,抹掉… remove sth, usually bad from one's thoughts
erase sth from sb's mind
The blow on his head erased the details of the accident from his mind.
Even the lapse of many years will never erase the memory of that experience from my mind.
Try to erase all thoughts from your mind, so that you will feel at peace.
Nothing can erase the memory of that terrible day from her mind.
- escape sb's mind
被忘记 be forgotten
- float into〔through〕 one's mind
慢慢产生(想法) pass lazily into or through one's mind
- have a mind of one's own
有自己的主见 have one's own thoughts
- in (one's) mind
在心里 in heart
- keep in mind
记住 bear in mind
keep sth in mind
I will keep your advice in mind.
Keep the people in mind and place your hopes on them.
- make up one's mind
决定,下决心 decide; determine
- open one's mind
对…吐露心意〔真情〕 make known one's ideas〔feelings〕
- out of (one's) mind
精神不正常 be mad
- pay mind to
注意 give one's attention to; be attentive to
- peace of mind
心灵的平静 don't want some terrible sth in heart
- poison sb's mind(s)
影响…的思想 influence sb's point of view
- pollute sb's minds
腐蚀…的心灵 affect one's formal thoughts
- scare out of mind
吓得魂不附体 make sb greatly afraid, especially through shock
scare sb out of one's mind
You scared me out of my mind, coming up behind me suddenly like that.
He was scared out of his mind, giving his first public performance.
- search one's mind
绞尽脑汁 think sth very hard
- spill one's mind
说出心里话 say sth that he or she wants to speak
- spring up in sb's mind
产生了疑团 begin not to believe
- stamp upon the minds of
铭刻在心 engrave in sb's heart
stamp sth upon the minds of sb
His words are still stamped upon the minds of people.
- never mind
没关系 have no connections or relations
After reading a book, it is only natural that you don't understand it all. Never mind. Put it aside and start another one.
“Sorry to have kept you waiting.”“Never mind.”
“Granny, quickly!”“Never mind, my boy, it won't take long.”
Never mind. Please don't go for it. I shan't want it.
Never mind, next time I'm sure you can do better.
Never mind! I can do this by myself.
I'm sorry I've spilt some tea on the table-cloth. —Never mind, it will wash out.
对不起,我把茶洒在桌布上了。 —— 没关系,洗得掉的。never mind sb/sth
But never mind that; it doesn't matter.
Never mind him, he is not serious.
不要介意,他是说着玩的。never mind wh-clause
Never mind who told me, that's of no importance.
Never mind what others said; we want your opinion.
Never mind what the price is; if it is what we need, we'll buy it.
- mind one's P's and Q's
言行谨慎; 仔细 pay close attention to; be polite or careful in one's behaviour
- mind you
听着,你要知道,请注意take this fact into account
- apply one's mind to 专心于…
- bear in mind 记在心里
- bend one's mind on 专心致志于
- bring to mind 想起
- broaden one's mind 开阔心怀
- call to mind 想起
- change one's mind 改变主意
- clear one's mind 清醒头脑
- come to sb's mind 使某人想起
- concentrate one's mind 集中精力
- distract sb's mind 分散某人的思想
- ease one's mind 使安心
- enlighten the public mind 启发群众的思想
- focus one's mind 集中精力
- free one's mind 解放思想
- give one's mind 专心于
- keep in mind 记在心上
- know one's own mind 有自己的打算
- lose one's mind 失去理智
- make up one's mind 拿定主意,下定决心
- open one's mind 透露心里话
- read sb's mind 看透某人的心事
- set one's mind 决心
- speak one's mind out 说出自己的想法
- stimulate one's mind 刺激头脑
- take one's mind off sth 不去想某事
- tell sb one's mind 把自己的心思告诉某人
- absent mind 精力不集中,心不在焉
- cavalier mind 傲慢的想法
- clear mind 清醒的头脑
- commendable mind 可取的想法
- conciliatory mind 和缓想法
- correct mind 正确的想法
- curious mind 好奇心
- defiant mind 对抗的想法
- equivocal mind 模棱两可的想法
- forward-looking mind 向前看的想法
- friendly mind 友好的想法
- good mind 正确的想法
- hands-off mind 不参与的想法
- hardened mind 坚定不移的想法
- hostile mind 敌对的想法
- inflexible mind 不可改变的想法
- ironical mind 讽刺的想法
- irreverent mind 不尊敬的想法
- keen mind 敏锐的头脑
- listening mind 倾听的想法
- modest mind 谦虚的想法
- narrow mind 心胸狭窄
- negative mind 消极的想法
- objective mind 客观的想法
- open mind 坦率
- optimistic mind 乐观的想法
- passive mind 消极的想法
- patronizing mind 屈尊俯就的想法
- pessimistic mind 悲观的想法
- positive mind 积极的想法
- public mind 公众意见
- quick mind 伶俐的头脑
- quiet mind 宁静的心境
- realistic mind 现实的想法
- religious mind 虔诚的想法
- resolute mind 坚决的想法
- reverent mind 恭敬的想法
- same mind 相同的想法
- scientific mind 科学的头脑
- serious mind 严肃的想法
- sharp mind 敏锐的头脑
- stiff mind 强硬的想法
- threatening mind 威胁的想法
- twisted mind 扭曲的观点
- unbalanced mind 思想不平衡
- vacant mind 空虚的头脑
- weak minds 意志薄弱
- mind dog 小心狗
- mind one's father and mother 听父母的话
- mind one's hand 当心手
- mind one's sheep 放羊
- mind one's teacher's words 听老师的话
- mind one's work 专心于工作
- mind public opinion 在乎公众的舆论
- mind the baby 照看孩子
- mind the club 管俱乐部
- mind the ditch 小心有沟
- mind the rules 服从规定
- mind the speed limit 遵守速度限制
- mind the store 照料店铺
- mind the train 当心火车
- mind your own business 少管闲事
Hard to hold the difference in mind.出自： Austin Clarke
Poets must flick in and out of mind As if we had no other kind Of knowing.出自：Times Literary Supplement
Out of sight, out of mind.出自：Proverb
There's not a bonie bird that sings, But minds me o' my Jean.出自： R. Burns
They mind us of the time When we made bricks in Egypt.出自： Tennyson
- mind用作名词时可表示“头脑,精神,理智”“注意力,心思”“意向,想法”,可用作可数名词,也可用作不可数名词; 表示“智力”“记忆(力)”是不可数名词。
- mind还可作“听从”“服从”解,语气较 obey 弱,接名词、代词作宾语。
- mind you是常用语,意思是“请注意(听我的话)”,可用来提醒对方注意,有时也可用于对自己说过的话的补充。
- never mind是常用习语,通常译为“没关系”。可用于安慰遭到失败或挫折的人,可用于告诉某人别做某事或不要去注意无关紧要的事,不要听信谣言; 也可用于别人向你道歉时的答语; 还可用于表示“更不用说,更不用提”。mind在用于否定的祈使句中时,习惯上只可说 Never mind...,却不说Don't mind...。
Do you mind the smell of meat?
Would/Do you mind opening the window?
Do you mind if I smoke?
I don't mind what you do after you leave school.
There is something in his mind.
There is something on his mind.
make up one’s mind后可以加不定式，what和when，to或for加名词，从句，也可以不加。
He has made up his mind to go.
- mind的一些词组：have a great/good mind to do表示很想要…have half a mind to do是有些想要…have little mind to do是不大想要…have no mind to do是不想要…；
call/bring to mind是回想起的意思。
I cannot call to mind about your name.
give/turn one’s mind to加名词或动名词。
He has now given/turned his mind to (studying) English literature.
We must mind (that) we don't hurt ourselves.
Never mind (about)表示“别介意”。
Never mind (about) the difference.
- 在句式would you mind...中，后面一般加动名词，不可加不定式。
- mind, soul, spirit
- I will keep your advice in mind.我要把你的劝告记在心里。
- She called to mind a character in a novel.她想起了小说中的一个人物。
- For some reason, her name did stick in my mind.由于某种原因,她的名字就是令人难忘。
- May his soul rest in peace!愿他的灵魂安息吧!
- Her body died but her soul went to heaven.她的肉体虽已死亡,但她的灵魂却升入天堂。
- Discipline is the soul of an army.纪律是军队的灵魂。
- He put his heart and soul into the work.他把精力全部贯注在工作上了。
- Are there such things as spirits?有鬼魂这样的东西吗?
- He showed the spirit of selflessness.他表现出忘我精神。
- He dedicated himself to his country, body and spirit.他把自己的身心都贡献给国家了。
- mind, memory, recollection, remembrance, reminiscence
- memory通常指记得经历过的事情; mind指“记着,想着,放在心上”。例如:
- I shall keep what you said in mind.我会把你说的话放在心上的。
- Her recollection goes back 16 years ago.她的记忆回到了16年前。
- We have had many happy remembrances of our days together.我们在一起的时候有很多美好的回忆。
- He has written the reminiscences of the days in a mountain village.他写下了在那个小山村里的回忆录。
- mind, heart
- 1.heart指人或动物、植物等的“心脏”,有时也指人情感的“心”; mind指人的智力,尤指思维能力、心灵、精神等。例如:
- I'm of your mind.我同意你的意见。
- No two minds think alike.没有两个人的想法是完全相同的。
- What is in your mind?
- What is on your mind?
- the mind of the people
- the minds of the people
- of a mind
- of one mind
- of the same mind
- mind, attend, heed, note, notice
- Mind that you don't forget to tell him.记住,别忘了告诉他。
- Mind out, there's a car coming.小心,一辆汽车开过来了。
- Peter attends school, but doesn't attend to his lesson.彼得上学去了,却没认真听课。
- He attended to his business.他专心于他的事务。
- He didn't attend to the point you spoke of.他没有注意到你说的要点。
- If she heeded what the teacher told her, she might make better progress.如果她多留意老师对她说的话,她也许会有更大的进步。
- She countered that her advice had not been heeded.她反驳说她的建议未被重视。
- He slipped away when we were not noticing.我们没注意时,他就溜走了。
- He didn't notice you when you passed by.你走过时,他没有注意到你。
- I noticed with great satisfaction that you made great progress.我很满意地看到,你取得了很大的进步。
- 5.note既可像notice那样觉察到某个细节,又可像attend, heed那样付出注意力,专心于某事,多用于祈使句中,且语气较强。例如:
- The president's every word was noted down.总统的每句话都被记录下来。
- Note how I do it, then copy me.注意看我是怎么做的,然后照着做。
- Note when the machine will stop.注意这台机器什么时候停。
- mind, attend, tend, watch
- 这组词都有“照料(某人或某物)”的意思,在含义上略有不同：attend侧重“服侍使其更舒服”; mind侧重“保护其不出意外,不受损害”; tend侧重“注意某事使其正常运转”; watch侧重“预先做好防止发生危险的准备”,有连续性或专职性。例如:
- He attended her through her illness.
- There was nobody left to mind the shop.
- A farmer is tending his sheep.
- There was a policeman watching the pri- soner outside the house and making sure he didn't escape.
- 有位警察在监狱外监视那个犯人以 防他逃跑。
- mind, attend, take care of
- Will you please mind the baby?请你照管一下这孩子好吗?
- Mary minded my shop while I was at lunch.当我午餐时,玛丽帮我照看商店。
- 2.take care of强调要付出爱心。例如:
- Don't worry,I'll take care of you.别担心,我会照顾你的。
- Mother stayed home to take care of my baby.妈妈留在家里照料我的孩子。
- Take care of the public property, please.请爱护公物。
- She attended on the wounded soldier day and night.她日夜护理受伤的战士。
- mind, recall, recollect, remember, remind
- I can still recall your saying to me that you were going to be a lawyer.我还记得清你对我说过你要当律师的事。
- I don't recall where to meet her.我不能记起在哪儿见过她。
- I don't recall how to do it.我不能记忆起怎样做那事。
- Now,I remember.We met for the first time in the Dabie Mountains.哦,我想起来了。我们第一次是在大别山见面的。
- I have never had this kind of experience since I can remember.自我记事以来,我从来没有这样的经历。
- She caught herself remembering how things were there twenty years before.她不由自主地回想起20年前那里的情景。
- 4.remind指通过媒介或激发力而“想起”。 例如:
- The picture reminded him of his home and family in Taiwan.这幅画使他想起了在台湾的故乡和亲人。
- The time of year reminds me how the months have gone.每年这个时候都使我想起那些月份是怎么过去的。
- She sat there quietly and began to recollect their happy holidays.她静静地坐在那儿,开始回忆起他们愉快的假日。
- mind, comply, obey
- You should obey your teacher.你要听老师的话。
- We must obey the laws of our country.我们必须服从我国的法律。
- He refused to comply.他拒绝服从。
- You must comply with the law.你必须遵守法律。
- mind, tend to
- 2.tend to虽有“留心”的意思,但它含有“服侍”的意味。 例如:
- She tended to her affairs carefully.她细心照料她的事务。
- She has many maids tending to her.她有这么多的侍女伺候着她。
- We employed a girl to tend to the children for a few hours each day.我们雇了一个女孩,每天照料孩子们几个小时。
- Do you mind shutting the door?
- Do you mind my shutting the door?
- Do you mind if I smoke?
- Do you mind my smoking?
误 He is giving his mind to study English.
正 He is giving his mind to studying English.
析 give one's mind to表示“专心于…”,其中 to是介词,其后只能跟名词、代词或动名词,不能跟动词不定式。他们认为考试作弊不是什么可耻的事。
误 In their minds, cheating at examinations is not something shameful.
正 To their minds, cheating at examinations is not something shameful.
析 表示“认为”,可用to one's mind,其中的to不能换为in。他无所用心。
误 There is nothing on his mind.
正 There is nothing in his mind.他心事重重。
误 There are too many problems in his mind.
正 There are too many problems on his mind.
析 在表示“(某人)无所用心”时,要用in one's mind; 在表示“心事重重”时要用on one's mind。这消息几乎使她神经错乱了。
误 The news sent her almost off her mind.
正 The news sent her almost out of her mind.他感觉到去掉了一大心事。
误 He felt a great weight taken out of his mind.
正 He felt a great weight taken off his mind.我心里老放不下这件事。
误 I cannot get this thing out of my mind.
正 I cannot get this thing off my mind.
析 习语 out of one's mind的意思是“神经错乱”; off one's mind 的意思是“不再搁在心上,如释重负”。他母亲去世的消息几乎使他精神错乱。
误 The news of his mother's death sent him almost out of mind.
正 The news of his mother's death sent him almost out of his mind.离久情疏。
误 Out of sight, out of your mind.
正 Out of sight, out of mind.
析 out of mind的意思是“忘怀”; out of one's mind的意思是“神经错乱”。
误 Would you mind to close the door for me?
正 Would you mind closing the door for me?
误 Do you mind if I call you later? —Yes.
正 Do you mind if I call you later? —No, not at all.
析 在回答Do you mind...?和Would you mind...?这类问题时,若要表达“不介意”用no; 表达“介意”,用yes。别在乎天气好坏,今晚来看我。
误 Don't mind the weather; come and see me this evening.
正 Never mind the weather; come and see me this evening.
析 mind用于否定的祈使句中时,习惯上只可说“ Never mind...”,却不说“Don't mind...”。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的gemynd，意为记忆力，思考；最初源自原始日耳曼语的gamenthijan，意为思考。