Definition of mind-read in English:


Pronunciation /ˈmīnd ˌred/


See mind reader

‘‘I think a lot of times, people have to mind-read entrepreneurs about where they're headed,’ Blanchard says.’
  • ‘There are many commentators who have tried to mind-read the Iraqi public, whether it be via opinion polls or the far less reliable method of pasting together soundbites from media reports.’
  • ‘We may think we can mind-read and assume we know why a person acts a certain way, even believing they were just trying to hurt us.’
  • ‘The ability to mind-read is a further handy skill if the co-driver possesses it, as they need to know when to give the driver the information.’