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      [ma?nd] [ma?nd]
    3. 復數:minds;
    4. 第三人稱單數:minds;
    5. 過去式:minded;
    6. 過去分詞:minded;
    7. 現在分詞:minding;
    8. 例句
      • n.
      • mind的反義詞之:其他釋義
      • 以下這兩個動詞均有"介意,在乎" 的意思
      • 以下這些名詞均有"智力,智慧" 的意思
      • 以下這些動詞均包含 "注意" 的意思
      • be in (或主北美of)two minds
        be unable to decide between alternatives 三心二意,拿不定主意
      • be of one (或 a different) mind
        share the same (or hold a different) opinion 意見相同(或不同)
      • close (或 shut) one's mind to (或 against)
        refuse to consider or acknowledge 對…不予考慮,對…置若罔聞
      • come (或 spring) to mind
        (of a thought or idea) occur to someone (意見,想法)被想起,被想到
      • don't mind if I do
        (informal)used to accept an invitation (非正式)(用于接受邀請)好的
      • give someone a piece of one's mind
        tell someone what one thinks of them, especially in anger 數落
      • have a (或 a good, half a) mind to do something
        be very much inclined to do something 很想做,意欲
      • have someone or something in mind
        be thinking of 想到(某人或某事),考慮到
      • have a mind of one's own
        be capable of independent opinion or action 有獨立看法;能獨立行動
      • in one's mind's eye
        in one's imagination or mental view 在想像中,在頭腦中
      • mind over matter
        the use of will power to overcome physical problems 利用精神力量戰勝具體問題
      • mind one's own business
        refrain from prying or interfering 管自己的事;別管閑事
      • mind one's Ps & Qs
        be careful to behave well and avoid giving offence 注意自己舉止,避免冒犯他人
      • mind the shop
        (informal)have charge of something temporarily (非正式)(暫時)看管;負責
      • They need to rid their minds of sentimentalism ( ' , 感情用事): the most successful teams have leaders who are able to set an overall direction and take immediate action.
      • He had always had a good memory, but the thrill of young love seems to have shifted a gear in his mind: from now on, he would start recording his whole life in detail.
      • Fantasy proneness could be considered a tendency to imagine and daydream, whereas absorption is the tendency to allow your mind to become absorbed in an activity – to pay complete attention to the sensations ( ' , 感受) and the experiences.
      • Clearly, there is no such thing as a perfect memory – their extraordinary minds are still using the same flawed tools that the rest of us rely on.
      • A couple of recent papers have finally opened a window on these people's extraordinary minds.
      • The important thing is for all of us to keep in mind the real goal and the longer, bigger picture.
      • Most people's minds function at a high level even in their later years, according to researcher Timothy Salthouse.
      • You probably think college students are experts at sleeping, but parties, preparations for tests, personal problems and general stress can wreck a student’s sleep habits, which can be bad for the body and the mind.
      • We validated these expectations in a study in which two other psychologists and I monitored 373 students for two years during the transition to junior high school, when the work gets more difficult and the grading -102- more strict, to determine how their mind-sets might affect their math grades.
      • We can cultivate a growth mind-set in children by telling success stories that emphasize hard work and love of learning.
      • The students who held a fixed mind-set, however, were concerned about looking smart with less regard for learning.
      • The author's experiment shows that students with a fixed mind-set believe having to work hard is an indication of low ability.
      • The author conducted an experiment to find out about the influence of students' mind-sets on math learning.
      • Students with such a growth mind-set were destined ( ' , 注定) for greater academic success and were quite likely to outperform their counterparts.
      • Research shows that managers who have a fixed mind-set are less likely to seek or welcome feedback from their employees than are managers with a growth mind-set.
      • People with a fixed mind-set believe that one's intelligence is unchangeable.
      • In the workplace, feedback may not be so welcome to managers with a fixed mind-set.
      • In the growth mind-set classes, students read and discussed an article entitled You Can Grow Your Brain.
      • In the author's experiment, students with a growth mind-set showed greater perseverance in solving difficult math problems.
      • In addition, parents and teachers can help children by providing explicit instruction regarding the mind as a learning machine.
      • I call this a fixed mind-set ( ' , 思維模式).
      • How do we transmit a growth mind-set to our children? One way is by telling stories about achievements that result from hard work.
      • Forty-eight of the students received instruction in study skills only, whereas the others attended a combination of study skills sessions and classes in which they learned about the growth mind-set and how to apply it to schoolwork.
      • For instance, talking about mathematical geniuses who were more or less born that way puts students in a fixed mind-set, but descriptions of great mathematicians who fell in love with math and developed amazing skills produce a growth mind-set.
      • Despite being unaware that there were two types of instruction, teachers reported significant motivational changes in 27% of the children in the growth mind-set workshop as compared with only 9% of students in the control group.
      • Consumers, in the U.S. at least, are acting cautiously with the savings they're getting at the gas pump, as the memory of the recent great recession is still fresh in their mind.
      • Confronted by a setback such as a disappointing test grade, students with a growth mind-set said they would study harder or try a different strategy.
      • But as the work became more difficult, the students with a growth mind-set showed greater persistence.
      • At the start of junior high, the math achievement test scores of the students with a growth mind-set were comparable to those of students who displayed a fixed mind-set.
      • At the beginning of seventh grade, we assessed the students' mind-sets by asking them to agree or disagree with statements such as Your intelligence is something very basic about you that you can't really change.
      • As predicted, the students with a growth mind-set felt that learning was a more important goal than getting good grades.
      • A fixed mind-set can also hinder communication and progress in the workplace and discourage or ignore constructive criticism and advice.
      • It's nice to have people of like mind around.
      • That way, you see and hear more: and your mind responds gratefully to the greater amount of wildness in your life.
      • She couldn't get Brazil out of her mind.
      • She could not get the country out of her mind
      • It's your creative mind that gets meaning from chaos of experiences and brings order to your world.
      • I won't be surprised if you change your mind.
      • I'm just going to ask you to look at some photographs before you leave if you don't mind.
      • As long as you don't mind continuing to work, assuming your health allows, you should be OK
      • A few minutes later, the pressured strokes started to produce a relieving effect and my body and mind began to sink deeper into relaxation.
        2018年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A
      • As I discovered in college, when my hands are busy, my mind stays focused on the here and now.
        2017年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B
      • But after about 10 minutes my mind begins to wander and I lose concentration.
        2018年12月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
      • Fantasy proneness could be considered a tendency to imagine and daydream,whereas absorption is the tendency to allow your mind to become absorbed in an activity – to pay complete attention to the sensations and the experiences.
        2017年6月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
      • For most of the first year of life, if something is out of sight, it's out of mind.
        2015年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section A
      • It can keep the mind active, prevent getting bored and help to concentrate.
        2018年12月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
      • I've no idea what he's got in mind, but I'm excited to find out.
        2017年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B
      • people are increasingly using for peace of mind in their homes, but few stop to think about the effect these devices may have on house guests.
        2018年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C
      • Please keep in mind, this will be a new TV show, like nothing ever done before.
        2019年12月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
      • The city's current mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, has ridiculed UNESCO and told it to mind its own business, while continuing to support the cruise ship industry, which employs 5, 000 Venice residents.
        2018年6月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B
      • You probably think college students are experts at sleeping, but parties, preparations for tests, personal problems and general stress can wreck a student's sleep habits, which can be bad for the body and the mind.
        2016年6月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A
      • The don’ts can be self-fulfilling because your mind response to pictures.
      • In November 2013, after an unnecessary round of additional consultation, health minister Jane Ellison said the government was minded to proceed after all.
      • People physically fit enough to survive over 100 years ultimately give in to diseases such as Alzheimer’s, which affects the mind and cognitive function.
      • In other words, it appears that minds give out before their bodies do.
      • Maybe we need to bear in bear in mind that the right obstacles help lead us to greater achievements.
      • Democrats and Republicans can and will take sides on a number of issues, but a more crucial concern is that both are basing major policy decisions on guesstimates rather than looking at the vast wealth of raw data with a critical eye and an open mind.
      • I turn to eccentric measures to try to keep my mind sober and ensure that I have time to do nothing at all (which is the only time when I can see what I should be doing the rest of the time).
      • Eccentric measures are needed to keep one's mind sober
      • She probably has something in mind when she makes suggestions, and it's up to you to find out what.
      • Instead of directly saying no to your boss, you should find out what is in your boss's mind
      • But there had always been these things in the back of my mind questioning whether I really can be who I want.
      • And what sort of car did you have in mind?
      • They would also terrorize and kill dogs and cats which is not what the suburban dwellers have in mind.
      • Have they anything specific in mind?
      • When those were finished, she concluded the session with a brief restatement of how the new system would improve security and peace of mind in the municipal building.
      • This state of mind can have an adverse effect on their judgment
      • I won't be surprised if you change your mind.
      • She has made up her mind to resign.
      • I don't mind much where I am as long as I've got enough space to write, but I need to be completely alone
      • A nice video published online last month sheds light on expertise and the conscious mind.
        2019年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C
      • A wandering mind! By one estimate, people daydream through nearly half of their waking hours?
        2019年12月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
      • But it's also in foods that may not come immediately to mind like vegetables, fruit, beans and grains.
        2019年12月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B
      • But most of all we need to keep the long-term perspective in mind: that even if computers will outsmart us, we can still be the most creative.
        2019年6月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section C
      • I have enough trouble delivering bikes to shops only forty miles away, never mind five thousand miles.
        2017年12月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A
      • It is also fascinating how our subconscious mind shapes our health.
        2019年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
      • Moreover, understanding the brain is not the same as understanding the mind.
        2018年12月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C
      • Take plenty of breaks, because they offer a double bonus: the time off gives your mind a chance to do some preliminary consolidation and it also gives a memory boost to the learning.
        2017年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C
      • That means when a golfer tells himself "Don't hit the ball into the water", his mind sees the image of the ball flying into the water.
        2017年6月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B
      • The don'ts can be self-fulfilling because your mind response to pictures.
        2017年6月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B
      • They do not make the best use of your mind.
        2017年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C
      • They found that the average person's mind wandered most frequently about 65% of the time during personal activities, such as brushing their teeth and combing their hair.
        2019年12月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
      • They help us take in more information, hold several ideas in mind at once and understand how different ideas relate to each other.
        2016年12月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C
      • This suggests that somewhere in your mind you may well have a record of virtually every state.
        2017年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C
      • We should keep these distinctions in mind when we research people's living conditions either in the developing or the developed world.
        2017年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C
      • with that in mind, we're putting in everything we can.
        2016年6月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C
      • Your mind produces instant reactions in your body.
        2019年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
      • Noun
        1. 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"
        2. recall or remembrance;
        "it came to mind"
        3. an opinion formed by judging something;
        "he was reluctant to make his judgment known""she changed her mind"
        4. an important intellectual;
        "the great minds of the 17th century"
        5. attention;
        "don't pay him any mind"
        6. 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"
        7. knowledge and intellectual ability;
        "he reads to improve his mind""he has a keen intellect"
      • Verb
        1. be offended or bothered by; take offense with, be bothered by;
        "I don't mind your behavior"
        2. be concerned with or about something or somebody
        3. be in charge of or deal with;
        "She takes care of all the necessary arrangements"
        4. pay close attention to; give heed to;
        "Heed the advice of the old men"
        5. be on one's guard; be cautious or wary about; be alert to;
        "Beware of telephone salesmen"
        6. keep in mind
      • 醫學: 精神,意志:系大腦的功能;藉此人能知覺周圍的事物和時空位置,并能體情、情緒和欲望,還能親自參與、記憶、理解和決斷;
        哲學: 心靈;心身問題;mind-body problem;
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