bend your mind/efforts to something

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bend (one's) efforts

To put forth a great deal of effort toward some goal or end. I've been bending my efforts to find a way out of these legal problems, but as of now, I'm still going to prison.
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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 can 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
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