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in two minds

This page is about the idiom in two minds

Meaning: If you're in two minds about something, you can't decide what to do, or you can't decide which option is the best.

For example:

  • Kenny is in two minds about what to study at university. He's interested in history, but he also likes the idea of being a lawyer.

  • We're in two minds about what to do during our vacation. We could go travelling somewhere, or we could stay home and fix up the garden.

Quick Quiz:

Bella's in two minds about keeping her job. She says she's tired of working as a waitress, but she

a. would love to be a chef

b. likes being a waitress

c. isn't sure if she can get another job

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Contributor: Matt Errey