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(clausal, followed by for or about) Placing an emphasis of concern, interest or importance on someone or something
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Present participle for to object to
“I did not mind that his speech was long, but I did mind that he was incredibly repetitious.”
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Present participle for to take care of temporarily
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“He motioned for his apprentice to mind the front as he disappeared into the back.”
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Present participle for to be cautious and alert to risks or dangers
“Drive carefully and mind the potholes on this bumpy stretch of the road.”
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Present participle for to pay attention to
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“Always mind what your mother taught you.”
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Present participle for to urge to remember or take care to do something
Mind you look where she ended up!”
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(chiefly dialect) Present participle for to remember or bring back to mind
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“I seem to mind a beck skipping down from the fells.”
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Present participle for to hear with attention, obedience, or compliance
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Present participle for to be told or informed about something
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(something) Present participle for to take into account before making a judgment call
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Present participle for to think over something carefully
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Present participle for to have an intention to do something
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Present participle for conform, give in
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Present participle for to resent or envy the success or possessions of
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Present participle for to express one's opposition to or disagreement with something
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Present participle for to pay attention to, or focus on, something closely
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Present participle for to be cautious and alert to risks or dangers
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Present participle for to work diligently by artificial light
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Present participle for to see or notice
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Present participle for to think about deeply or seriously
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Present participle for to keep in one's memory
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Present participle for to feel distaste for or hostility towards
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Present participle for to feel resentful that (someone) has achieved (something)
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(informal) Present participle for to like, enjoy or appreciate something
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Taking something the wrong way
Noun
Care
“Every parent experiences that moment when their children, instead of minding their manners, appear to have misplaced them.”
Adjective
Having or showing determination or resolve
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