make up (one's) mind

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make up (one's) mind

1. To make a final decision after a period of consideration. Also seen as "make (one's) mind up." I've made up my mind, and I think we should move after all. I'm not sure what flavor I want—I'm still making my mind up.
2. To become convinced of a particular course of action. Also seen as "make (one's) mind up." Right then and there, I made up my mind that I would become a police officer when I grew up.
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make someone's mind up

to decide; to do something that decides something for someone. Will you please make up your mind? I will help make up your mind.
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make one's mind up (about someone or something)

to decide about someone or something. Please make your mind up about Ralph. Will you pick him or not? Make up your mind about her! I just couldn't make my mind up.
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Make your mind up.

Fig. Please make a decision.; Please choose. Henry: I don't have all day. Make up your mind. Rachel: Don't rush me. Bob: Make your mind up. We have to catch the plane. Mary: I'm not sure I want to go.
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make up one's mind

Decide between alternatives, come to a decision, as in I had trouble making up my mind about which coat I liked best. This expression dates from the early 1800s, although a similar usage appeared two centuries earlier in Shakespeare's King John (2:1): "I know she is not for this match made up."
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make up your mind

make a decision; decide.
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make up your ˈmind

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make your ˈmind up

decide something: I’ve made up my mind to be a doctor.She’s finally made her mind up.My mind is made up and nothing will change it.Come on! It’s make your mind up time (= time to make a decision).
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make up (one's) mind

To decide between alternatives; come to a definite decision or opinion.
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