have a mind to do something

have a mind to (do something)

To be inclined or likely to do something. I have a mind to call them up and ask for a refund! We had our meeting, and we have a mind to give you another chance with this project.
See also: have, mind, to

have half a mind to (do something)

To have an inclination or intention to do something, especially as a result of some unpleasant experience. My flight home was so terrible, I have half a mind to write a letter to the airline company and complain. She had half a mind to call the police on the people blasting music at 3 AM.
See also: half, have, mind, to
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have a (or a good or half a) mind to do something

be very much inclined to do something.
See also: have, mind, something, to
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have a mind to do something

want to do or achieve something: He could pass the exam easily, if he really had a mind to.I have a mind to find out the truth behind all this.
See also: have, mind, something, to
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