idioms mind 6 know your own mind (know what you want, like, or believe):
You are old enough to know your own mind and make the decision for yourself.
last thing on your mind (something that you are not thinking about at all):
Getting married again is the last thing on my mind right now.
lose your mind (become crazy, lose your sanity): You must have lost your mind if you think you can climb that peak.
make up your mind (make a decision): It’s now or never, so make up your mind.
mind over matter (use of the power of mind to deal with physical problems):
Good health is simply a case of mind over matter.
mind you (bear in mind): It was very expensive, mind you, the quality worth the extra cost.
m- your own business rude (not interfere in the affairs of others):
You stay out of this and mind your own business.
mind your Ps and Qs (mind your language or manner): I have to mind my Ps and Qs when I meet Sophia’s parents.