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make up your mind

This page is about the idiom make up your mind

Meaning: If you make up your mind, you make a decision.

For example:

  • I have to decide which job I want, the one in London or the one in Paris, but I can't make up my mind.

  • We're thinking of going to Asia, but we're going to do some more research before making up our minds.

You can also say "make up my mind", "make up his mind", "make up her mind", "make up their minds", and so on.

Quick Quiz:

If Kathy's having trouble making up her mind, she can't

a. remember things clearly

b. decide what to do

c. think creatively

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Contributor: Matt Errey