Make your mind up

make up (one's) mind

1. To make a final decision after a period of consideration. Also seen as "make (one's) mind up." I've made up my mind, and I think we should move after all. I'm not sure what flavor I want—I'm still making my mind up.
2. To become convinced of a particular course of action. Also seen as "make (one's) mind up." Right then and there, I made up my mind that I would become a police officer when I grew up.
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Make your mind up.

Fig. Please make a decision.; Please choose. Henry: I don't have all day. Make up your mind. Rachel: Don't rush me. Bob: Make your mind up. We have to catch the plane. Mary: I'm not sure I want to go.
See also: make, mind, up
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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