Meaning of frame of mind in English:

frame of mind

Pronunciation /ˌfreɪm əv ˈmʌɪnd/

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  • A particular mood that influences one's attitude or behaviour.

    ‘he was in a relaxed frame of mind’
    • ‘It would be a nice one to win, and I hope every player will approach the game in a determined frame of mind.’
    • ‘After they pass their test people have a different frame of mind and it can help build confidence.’
    • ‘We want children to come to school in happy frames of mind and we don't want them rushing out of school at 3pm.’
    • ‘Of course, we would have to put ourselves in the right frame of mind for this to succeed.’
    • ‘Being independent and adventurous is the right frame of mind to have.’
    • ‘Come back at a later stage and maybe you will be in a better frame of mind.’
    • ‘It's always good to approach these events in a positive frame of mind, eh?’
    • ‘She found question one very easy and it started her off in a good frame of mind.’
    • ‘I have regular check-ups and I'm in a very positive frame of mind about the situation.’
    • ‘I could shrug it off if I were in a stronger frame of mind.’
    mood, state of mind, emotional state, humour, temper, spirit, vein, attitude, perspective, condition, persuasion
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