Definition for MIND

MIND, v.t.

  1. To attend to; to fix the thoughts on; to regard with attention. Cease to request me; let us mind our way. – Dryden. Mind not high things. – Rom. xii.
  2. To attend to or regard with submission; to obey. His father told him to desist, but he would not mind him.
  3. To put in mind; to remind. [Obs.] – Locke.
  4. To intend; to mean. – Chapman.

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