enter (one's) mind

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enter (one's) mind

To occur to one suddenly. After that idea entered my mind, I was able to alter the experiment and finally achieve some success.
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enter one's mind

Fig. [for an idea or memory] to come into one's consciousness; to be thought of. Leave you behind? The thought never even entered my mind. A very interesting idea just entered my mind. What if I ran for Congress?
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enter one's mind

Also, enter one's head. Occur to one, come into one's consciousness. This expression is most often used negatively, as in It didn't enter my mind that he'd want to join us, or Run for office? It never entered my head.
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When that kind of situation happens, there are so many things that enter your mind,' said Marano who had 14 points in the loss.
But that doesn't enter your mind when you step onto the pitch.
Last night 28-year-old Jones, whose last Test app earance was the Trent Bridge thriller against the Aussies 20 months ago, said: "It does enter your mind that you might never play again and I would be lying if I said it didn't.
Fear can not enter your mind when you're riding," he continues.
I mean, coming out of high school t doesn't even enter your mind that you might play for three different coaches,'' Lewis said.
But it looks like the conditions will be pretty similar to Lahore, and it does enter your mind that it could be hard going.