read (one's) mind

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read (one's) mind

To know what one is thinking. You read my mind—that's exactly where I want to go to dinner! I'm sorry, but I can't read your mind. You need to tell me these things.
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read someone's mind

Fig. to guess what someone is thinking. You'll have to tell me what you want. I can't read your mind, you know. If I could read your mind, I'd know what you expect of me.
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Now, people are getting ready to enter the world of thought-control, with headsets that can read our minds now available for as little as 300 pounds, and the software to transform our dreams into actions starting to take shape.
GRANAGHAN Sally Got a picture of you we carry in our hearts, close our eyes to see it when the world gets dark, got a memory of you we carry in our soul, we wrap it close around us when the nights get cold, if you ask us how we're doing we'd say just fine, but the truth is, if you could read our minds, not a day goes by, that we don't think of you, after all this time, you're still with us it's true, somehow you remain, locked so deep inside, not a day goes by Mum.
To enter our Kennedy competition read our minds by providing the question to go with the answer below.