Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом mind

Словосочетания со словом mind

blow one's mind
To become wildly enthusiastic over something as if understanding it for the first time in an entirely new light. Originally from the drug culture.
Read Lyall Watson's book "Supernature", it will simply blow your mind!
To lose one's ability to function, as if due to an overdose of drugs.
Joe is entirely incoherent - he seems to have blown his mind.
boggle the mind
To stop the rational thinking process by virtue of being too fantastic or incredible.
It boggles the mind that John should have been inside a flying saucer!
call to mind
To remember; cause to remember.
Your story calls to mind a similar event that happened to us a few years back.
change one's mind
To alter one's opinion or judgment on a given issue.
I used to hate Chicago, but as the years passed I gradually changed my mind and now I actually love living here.
We have changed our minds and are going to Canada instead of California this summer.
Matthew has changed his mind several times about buying a new car.
come to mind
To occur to someone.
A new idea for the advertising campaign came to mind as I was reading your book.
cross one's mind
pass through one's mind
To be a sudden or passing thought; be thought of by someone; come to your mind; occur to you.
At first Bob was puzzled by Virginia's waving, but then it crossed his mind that she was trying to tell him something.
When Jane did not come home by midnight, many terrible fears passed through Mother's mind.
frame of mind
One's mental outlook; the state of one's psychological condition.
There is no use trying to talk to him while he is in such a negative frame of mind.
get a load off one's mind
От сердца отлегло; гора с плеч; словно камень с души свалился.
You’re not going to like what I’m going to say but I have to get a load off my mind.
Тебе не понравится, что я сейчас скажу, но мне нужно облегчить душу.