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noun 
  1. The ability for rational thought.
Despite advancing age his was still as sharp as ever.
  1. The ability to be aware of things.
There was no doubt in his that they would win.
  1. The ability to remember things.
My just went blank.
  1. The ability to focus the thoughts.
I can"t keep my on what I"m doing.
  1. Somebody that embodies certain mental qualities.
He was one of history"s greatest minds.
  1. Judgment, opinion, or view.
He changed his after hearing the speech.
  1. Desire, inclination, or intention.
She had a to go to Paris.
A to the madness.
  1. A healthy mental state.
I, __ being of sound and body, do hereby...
You are losing your .
  1. (philosophy) The spirit of consciousness regarded as an aspect of reality.
In the philosophy of , dualism is about the relationship between and matter.
verb 
  1. To pay attention to.
Mind the gap.
Mind one"s manners.
Mind you, she's very able.
  1. To care, to object, to have a contrary opinion.
I don"t .
  1. To look after, to take care of.
Would you my bag for me?
Etymology: From minde < < gemynd, Äemynd.


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