bend (one's) mind

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bend (one's) mind

To consider, reflect upon, or think hard about something. If you would just bend your mind, I'm sure you could find a solution to the company's excess costs.
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bend your ˈmind/ˈefforts to something

(formal) think very hard about or put a lot of effort into one particular thing
See also: bend, effort, mind, something
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Now, I am no climate expert, scientist or even really very clever, and therefore will not attempt to bend your mind around terminology and theories so innumerable they would make you nauseous.
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I also assume that you have a fair amount of exposure to pop culture and can bend your mind around the impact that it has on human thought, even if it is just the brain-dimming phenomena of 'YOLO', 'epic fail' videos and selfies, or whatever the meme of the week is.
Atmel Corporation, a global leader in microcontroller and touch technology solutions, has launched its Bend Your Mind XSense Design Contest, which will run through June 2014.
We just wanted a place to perform Bend Your Mind Off a collaboration between Radiohole and Collapsable Giraffe that we had created in [artist] Scott Halvorsen Gillette's basement loft.
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There is another inherent advantage about betting on US racing that it might seem hard for a media man to admit: detachment from people attempting to bend your mind.
The contemporary visual artworks include sculpture, film, video, photography and installations to bend your mind and make you think about the topic - humanity, human condition and human form.
There you are trying to bend your mind and emotions round really crucial decisions for one child's future - awe-inspiring, terrifying stuff.
Once you've eaten the outside, you can bend your mind to snapping together a lorry from the kit that's inside.