Mind-blowing & mind-boggling. English spoken phrases, phrasal verbs and idioms.
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state of mind - the way that you are thinking and feeling at the present time
He shouldn’t work in his present state of mind.
in the right frame - be in the mood
I’m not in the right frame of mind for jokes just now.
mind-blowing - exciting or shocking
The rollercoaster was a truly mind-blowing experience.
mind-boggling - very large, unusual, or complicated and not easy to imagine
Actors are paid a mind-boggling amount of money.
open-minded - liberal, tolerant
My doctor is open-minded about alternative medicine.
narrow-minded - stubborn, intolerant
My neighbour is narrow-minded people and resistant to change and new ideas.
absent-minded - forgetful, scatty
The older I get, the more absent-minded I become.
one-track mind - someone who has a one-track mind thinks about one particular thing all the time
My son has a one-track mind. All he thinks about is football.
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1. He's made up his mind, and nothing you can say will change it. 2. Because of the wedding, I have a lot on my mind at the moment. 3. She was in two minds whether or not to go to the party. 4. The idea never crossed my mind. 5. Keep in mind that if you want to visit Australia, you need a visa. 6. I'm sorry I didn't call you back sooner, it totally slipped my mind. 7. Exercising will help you to take your mind off your problems. 8. That song brings to mind many fond memories of my childhood.
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