Definition of mindset in English:

mindset

Line breaks: mind|set
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌɪn(d)sɛt
 
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noun

[usually in singular]
The established set of attitudes held by someone: the region seems stuck in a medieval mindset
More example sentences
  • What a truly foul argument - and all too typical of the mindset of the British establishment.
  • I really don't think that that is a fair indicator of the mindset of a people.
  • His mindset is characteristic of many smart young Americans, and matters a lot to the rest of us.

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