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I don't mind the heat (=the heat is not a problem to me).
I wouldn't have minded, but she didn't even call to cancel our date.
I wouldn't mind him staying if he helped around the house.
Do you mind if we use my car tonight?
Do you mind?! I was sitting there!
If you don't mind, I'd rather we wait until tomorrow.
This is the British English definition of mind. View American English definition of mind.
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