do you mind?


do you mind?
do you care?, do you have any objection?, perhaps-, maybe-, would you be so kind as to-

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • do you mind? — 1. An interjection expressing annoyance or disagreement 2. (also would you mind?) do you object? • • • Main Entry: ↑mind * * * do you mind? if you don’t mind spoken phrase used for getting someone’s permission to do something This can either be… …   Useful english dictionary

  • never you mind — spoken phrase used for telling someone that you are not going to give them details or information about something ‘How in the world did you persuade her?’ ‘Never you mind.’ Thesaurus: ways of telling or not telling secretssynonym Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • would you mind — phrase used for asking politely for something would you mind doing something: Would you mind closing that window? would you mind if: Would you mind if I brought a friend to the party? Thesaurus: ways of asking questions and making requestshyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • would you mind — used for asking politely for something would you mind doing something: Would you mind closing that window? would you mind if: Would you mind if I brought a friend to the party? …   English dictionary

  • Never You Mind — Studio album by The New Amsterdams Released September 19, 2000 Recorded March Ap …   Wikipedia

  • do you mind — 1. what you are doing annoys or upsets me. Do you mind? That s my brother you re talking about! 2. will you be upset. I m going to ask you a personal question, John, do you mind? …   New idioms dictionary

  • Do you mind! — something that you say when someone does something that annoys you. Do you mind! There s a queue here and some of us have been waiting half an hour to get to this point! Do you mind! That s my brother you re talking about! …   New idioms dictionary

  • do you mind — do you care? does it matter?    Do you mind if I sit on your desk? Does it bother you? …   English idioms

  • never you mind — spoken used for telling someone that you are not going to give them details or information about something How in the world did you persuade her? Never you mind …   English dictionary

  • never you mind — interjection Do not concern yourself with it; it is none of your business. Syn: mind your own business …   Wiktionary


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