put/get something out of your mind

put (someone or something) out of (one's) mind

To make an effort to forget or stop thinking about someone or something. You need to put that idea right out of your mind—it will only bring us trouble. It's been three years since we broke up, but I still can't seem to put her out of my mind. Worrying about how your interview went won't do you any good—try to put it out of your mind for now.
See also: mind, of, out, put
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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
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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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