mind, head, brain, psyche, nous(noun)
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"
learning ability, idea, thinker, heading, promontory, psyche, school principal, wit, head teacher, brainpower, intellect, nous, question, mental capacity, fountainhead, encephalon, point, head, top dog, mentality, creative thinker, brain, headland, mastermind, brainiac, header, genius, headspring, foreland, pass, chief, headway, judgment, read/write head, judgement, drumhead, head word, forefront, capitulum, oral sex, principal, caput, straits, soul
recall or remembrance
"it came to mind"
judgment, judgement, mind(noun)
an opinion formed by judging something
"he was reluctant to make his judgment known"; "she changed her mind"
sagacity, thinker, judging, sound judgment, legal opinion, psyche, assessment, sound judgement, creative thinker, idea, judicial decision, sagaciousness, opinion, intellect, nous, judgement, judgment, discernment, brain, head, perspicacity
thinker, creative thinker, mind(noun)
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
take care, mind(verb)
be in charge of or deal with
"She takes care of all the necessary arrangements"
heed, mind, listen(verb)
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"
mind, bear in mind(verb)
keep in mind
Despite advancing age, his mind was still as sharp as ever.
focus, recollection, learning, memory, attention, view, disposition, intellect, sanity, consciousness, wit, concentration, thinker, opinion, brain, sentience, awareness, desire, reason, genius, judgment, head, intellectual, mood, intelligence, cognition, nous, inclination, judgement, psyche, idea, intention
To concern oneself with, to pay attention to.
You should mind your own business.
judgment, genius, psyche, mood, cognition, sentience, sanity, disposition, intellect, thinker, memory, consciousness, nous, brain, focus, awareness, intellectual, desire, reason, inclination, attention, view, intelligence, recollection, judgement, opinion, wit, concentration, head, idea, learning, intention
The ability to remember things.
My mind just went blank.
cognition, intellectual, learning, judgement, intention, judgment, intelligence, consciousness, reason, brain, sanity, nous, genius, concentration, inclination, head, awareness, recollection, wit, focus, opinion, desire, attention, idea, sentience, intellect, disposition, mood, memory, view, psyche, thinker
The ability to focus the thoughts.
I can’t keep my mind on what I’m doing.
sanity, mood, nous, opinion, memory, judgment, learning, intelligence, head, thinker, sentience, reason, brain, intellectual, cognition, recollection, inclination, idea, consciousness, focus, intellect, wit, awareness, desire, intention, disposition, genius, view, concentration, attention, judgement, psyche
Somebody that embodies certain mental qualities.
He was one of history’s greatest minds.
mood, brain, awareness, wit, disposition, memory, consciousness, recollection, judgement, reason, thinker, sanity, cognition, intelligence, desire, intellectual, genius, nous, learning, head, psyche, idea, intellect, focus, opinion, attention, intention, sentience, concentration, view, judgment, inclination
To make sure, to take care (that).
Mind you don't knock that glass over.
intelligence, mood, judgment, consciousness, memory, sanity, wit, genius, intellectual, judgement, head, awareness, intention, psyche, recollection, reason, nous, view, brain, intellect, concentration, idea, inclination, cognition, desire, attention, disposition, opinion, learning, focus, thinker, sentience
To be careful about.
consciousness, cognition, recollection, learning, sanity, reason, inclination, intelligence, thinker, attention, brain, idea, head, opinion, awareness, intention, nous, psyche, mood, genius, intellect, concentration, intellectual, focus, desire, judgment, memory, judgement, view, wit, sentience, disposition
A healthy mental state.
recollection, cognition, judgment, awareness, attention, memory, view, consciousness, disposition, genius, concentration, head, intellectual, intention, mood, inclination, idea, thinker, opinion, desire, intelligence, brain, judgement, intellect, sanity, wit, sentience, focus, nous, reason, learning, psyche
The non-material substance or set of processes in which consciousness, feeling, thinking, and will are based.
consciousness, nous, psyche, memory, intellect, attention, intellectual, reason, focus, wit, disposition, head, awareness, judgement, idea, cognition, inclination, concentration, thinker, brain, intention, intelligence, view, sanity, judgment, desire, opinion, recollection, sentience, genius, mood, learning
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Mind, in a general sense, includes all the powers of sentient being apart from the physical factors in bodily faculties and activities; in a limited sense, mind is nearly synonymous with intellect, but includes disposition, or the tendency toward action, as appears in the phrase "to have a mind to work." As the seat of mental activity, brain (colloquially brains) is often used as a synonym for mind, intellect, intelligence. Thought, the act, process, or power of thinking, is often used to denote the thinking faculty, and especially the reason. The instinct of animals is now held by many philosophers to be of the same nature as the intellect of man, but inferior and limited; yet the apparent difference is very great.
An instinct is a propensity prior to experience and independent of instruction.
PaleyNatural Philosophy ch. 18.
In this sense we speak of human instincts, thus denoting tendencies independent of reasoning or instruction. The soul includes the intellect, sensibilities, and will; beyond what is expressed by the word mind, the soul denotes especially the moral, the immortal nature; we say of a dead body, the soul (not the mind) has fled. Spirit is used especially in contradistinction from matter; it may in many cases be substituted for soul, but soul has commonly a fuller and more determinate meaning; we can conceive of spirits as having no moral nature; the fairies, elves, and brownies of mythology might be termed spirits, but not souls. In the figurative sense, spirit denotes animation, excitability, perhaps impatience; as, a lad of spirit; he sang with spirit; he replied with spirit. Soul denotes energy and depth of feeling, as when we speak of soulful eyes; or it may denote the very life of anything; as, "the hidden soul of harmony,"
MiltonL'Allegro l. 144. Sense may be an antonym of intellect, as when we speak of the sense of hearing; but sense is used also as denoting clear mental action, good judgment, acumen; as, he is a man of sense, or, he showed good sense; sense, even in its material signification, must be reckoned among the activities of mind, tho dependent on bodily functions; the mind, not the eye, really sees; the mind, not the ear, really hears. Consciousness includes all that a sentient being perceives, knows, thinks, or feels, from whatever source arising and of whatever character, kind, or degree, whether with or without distinct thinking, feeling, or willing; we speak of the consciousness of the brute, of the savage, or of the sage. The intellect is that assemblage of faculties which is concerned with knowledge, as distinguished from emotion and volition. Understanding is the Saxon word of the same general import, but is chiefly used of the reasoning powers; the understanding, which Sir Wm. Hamilton has called "the faculty of relations and comparisons," is distinguished by many philosophers from reason in that "reason is the faculty of the higher cognitions or a priori truth."
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
Dictionary of English Synonymes
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
mental, mentality, mentally, intellectual, intellectuality, intellectually, psychic, psychical, psychiatry, psychography, psychology, psychologist, menticulture, alienist, alienism, telepathy, telepathic, noemics, nomology, noölogy metaphysics, psychotherapy, psychotherapeutics, psychodynamic, psychopathology, psychopathic, psychological, psychopathy, psychosis, noetic, subliminal, compos mentis, non compos mentis
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How to use mind in a sentence?
Naps are helpful in rejuvenating the body and clearing the mind.
We have seen dramatic turnout among communities that typically are not at the top of mind for candidates. We have seen them be engaged, be encouraged and we have seen them turn out.
The title itself should reflect how conflicted Michael Keaton mind is, i wanted to express that this is the moment this character goes into a territory that is not his, basically that he surrenders to himself.
If you set your mind to something and you really want to do it, go out and do it, it can happen.
The Remain campaign has a very effective air campaign but most viewers and listeners have already made up their mind, leave has door-to-door fighters in every corner of the country. Remain doesn't have many people on the doorstep.
Translations for mind
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- عقل, خَلَد, ذِّهْنArabic
- ҡараш, иҫ, зиһен, аҡыл, аң, күңел, фекер, хәтерBashkir
- мисъл, акъл, ум, разумBulgarian
- སེམསTibetan Standard
- mentCatalan, Valencian
- mysl, rozumCzech
- indstilling, sind, sjælDanish
- Geist, Wahrnehmung, Lust, Genie, Ansicht, Aufmerksamkeit, Gedächtnis, Konzentration, Gedanken, Bewusstsein, Meinung, Verstand, Zurechnungsfähigkeit, Verlangen, aufpassen, beachten, dagegen habenGerman
- κρίση, διανοούμενος, διάνοια, νους, σύνεση, ιδιοσυγκρασία, πνεύμα, αυτοσυγκέντρωση, άποψη, μνήμη, μυαλό, χαρακτήρας, διαύγεια πνεύματος, μνημονικό, συνείδηση, γνώμη, στοχαστής, πνευματική υγεία, μεγαλοφυία, λογικότητα, δέν μέ πειράζει, νουGreek
- cordura, mente, juicio, concentración, opinión, propósito, voluntadSpanish
- mõistus, meelEstonian
- adimen, gogo, sen, buruBasque
- järki, ymmärrys, mieli, huomioida, välittää, huolehtiaFinnish
- esprit, déranger, prendre gardeFrench
- meabhair, intinn, tabhair aire do, misteIrish
- aireScottish Gaelic
- מוח, שׂכל, רוּחַHebrew
- elme, értelemHungarian
- բանականություն, խելքArmenian
- 念頭, 精神, 知性, 心, マインドJapanese
- ჭკუა, გონებაGeorgian
- គំនិត, ចិត្ត, សតិ, គិតពិចារណាពូកែKhmer
- 심성, 마음Korean
- animus, mens, animum attendoLatin
- apziņa, prātsLatvian
- ihomatua, hinengaroMāori
- geheugen, denkvermogen, geest, rede, psyche, verstand, aandacht schenken aan, passen op, letten opDutch
- intellekt, innstilling, bevissthet, forstand, konsentrasjon, hukommelse, intensjon, minne, hensikt, ånd, tenker, bry seg om, passe på, ha imot, huske, sinnNorwegian
- bíniʼNavajo, Navaho
- esperit, mentOccitan
- rozum, umysłPolish
- mente, importar-se, tomar conta, cuidarPortuguese
- minte, nebun, memorie, judecată, concentrare, atenție, fi atent, păsaRomanian
- взгляд, ра́зум, ум, расположение духа, мне́ние, па́мять, настроение, точка зрения, рассу́док, присма́тривать, име́ть в виду́, обраща́ть внима́ние, возрази́ть, заботиться, обрати́ть внима́ние, возража́ть, присмотре́ть, следи́тьRussian
- mente, mentiSardinian
- um, ум, razum, разумSerbo-Croatian
- myslenie, myseľ, rozumSlovak
- medvetande, böjelse, förstånd, mening, själ, intellekt, geni, åsikt, minne, snille, önskan, koncentration, håg, tanke, sinne, psyke, avsikt, lust, inställning, ande, sköta om, tänka, se upp, fästa, ge akt, bekymra, se till, ha emot, bry, sköta, akta, ta hand om, hålla koll, se efter, komma ihågSwedish
- మనోబలము, తీర్పు, అభిప్రయము, ధారణా శక్తి, జడ్జి, వేదాంతం, కోరిక, అభిప్రాయము, విభేదించుTelugu
- zihin, akıl, usTurkish
- tinh thần, lí tríVietnamese
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