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minded

Line breaks: mind¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌɪndɪd
 
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Definition of minded in English:

adjective

[in combination or with submodifier]
1Inclined to think in a particular way: liberal-minded scholars I’m not scientifically minded
More example sentences
  • In the American sub-culture of scientifically minded people, Darwin has become a symbol of reason, scientific inquiry, and - yes - evolution.
  • So have two paintings by Joseph Wright of Derby, ordered directly from the scientifically minded midlands artist's studio.
  • Hall's view that scientifically minded girls thrive in single-sex classes is confirmed by women scientists.
1.1 [in combination] Interested in or enthusiastic about a particular thing: conservation-minded citizens

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