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 Translation for 'to mind' from English to Greek
VERB   to mind | minded | minded
minding | minds
SYNO brain | creative thinker | head | ...
unverified to mind [be careful]προσέχω
to mind (sth.) [have something against]με πειράζει κάτι
mind {noun}γνώμη {η}
Never mind!Δεν πειράζει!
Never mind!Μην σε νοιάζει!
Never mind!Στ'αρχίδια μου! [χυδ.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Such a teacher is genuinely aware of the complexities of this mind to mind transfer, and she has the intellectual fortitude to identify the successes and failures of this process, as well as how to appropriately reproduce or correct it in the future.
  • 'self-consciousness' refers to mind's taking on the self-contradictory (and thus also self-negating) role of being subject and object of one and the same act of cognition—simultaneously and in the same respect."
  • Eusebius of Caesarea called to mind the baptismal creed of his own diocese at Caesarea at Palestine, as a form of reconciliation.
  • They are exhorted to mind things that are above Colossians 3:1–4, to mortify every evil principle of their nature, and to put on the new man.
  • Quine's argument brings to mind Peirce's insistence that axioms are not a priori truths but synthetic statements.

  • Green came to mind because the key to imprinting the 8 micrometre data bits was to use a green laser.
  • Close was a founder and is chairperson of Bring Change to Mind, a US campaign to eradicate the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness, supporting her sister Jessie who has bipolar disorder.
  • Although not normally what first comes to mind, many forms of human-derived agriculture clearly fit the broad definition of "'utilizing a biotechnological system to make products".
  • The minimal description calls to mind "the idea of the "lieu vague", a location which should not be particularised".
  • In a retcon of past events, Charles Xavier reveals to his fellow Illuminati members that in the original Secret War, he had attempted to mind-scan the Beyonder, revealing him as one of the Inhumans previously ruled over by fellow Illuminati member Black Bolt.

  • Users typically use Filipino or English words, whichever comes to mind first or whichever is easier to use.
  • In applications where the thermoelectric effect may become important, care has to be taken to mount the resistors horizontally to avoid temperature gradients and to mind the air flow over the board.
  • It holds that the probability of effective persuasion depends on how successful the communication is at bringing to mind a relevant mental representation, which is the elaboration likelihood.
  • The term "Wissenschaft" cannot be translated straightforwardly as "studies", as it calls to mind both scientific methods and the humanities.
  • This is the way of Buddhism, with regards to mind and the ultimate nature of minds (and persons).

  • The instrument became synonymous in Western European languages with what was seen as the tyrannical cruelty of the autocratic government of Russia, much as the "sjambok" brought to mind the apartheid government of South Africa or the bullwhip was associated with the period of slavery and Jim Crow laws in America.
  • (know thyself) from the temple of Apollo at Delphi, while its theme calls to mind another [...] (nothing in excess).
  • 4), who likewise follows Hippolytus's Compendium, adds some further particulars; that 'Abraxas' gave birth to Mind ("nous"), the first in the series of primary powers enumerated likewise by Irenaeus and Epiphanius; that the world, as well as the 365 heavens, was created in honour of 'Abraxas'; and that Christ was sent not by the Maker of the world but by 'Abraxas'.
  • Italian "venire in mente" 'come to mind', becomes a productive suffix for forming adverbs in Romance such as Italian [...] , Spanish [...] 'clearly', with both its source and its meaning opaque in that usage other than as adverb formant.
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