put (one's) mind to it(redirected from putting his mind to it)
put (one's) mind to it
To attempt to accomplish something by giving it one's complete attention, determination, and effort. You can still manage a B average if you put your mind to it. I know we can win this game, but we all have to put our minds to it.
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