put/get something out of your mind

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get someone or something out of one's mind

 and get someone or something out of one's head
to manage to forget someone or something; to stop thinking about or wanting someone or something. (Almost the same as put someone or something out of one's mind.) I can't get him out of my mind. Mary couldn't get the song out of her mind.
See also: get, mind, of, out

put someone or something out of one's mind

to forget someone or something; to make an effort to stop thinking about someone or something. (Almost the same as get someone or something out of one's mind.) Try to put it out of your mind. I can't seem to put him out of my mind.
See also: mind, of, out, put

put/get something out of your ˈmind

stop thinking about something; try to forget something: Let’s put the problems with the bank out of our minds and try to enjoy ourselves a bit. There’s no point worrying all the time.
See also: get, mind, of, out, put, something
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