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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read someone's mind

Discern what someone is thinking or feeling, as in He often finished her sentences for her, almost as though he could read her mind. [Late 1800s]
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ˌread somebody’s ˈmind/ˈthoughts

(informal) understand what somebody is thinking, feeling, planning, etc: I can’t read your mind! If you don’t tell me what’s worrying you, I can’t help you.
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References in classic literature ?
I only mean to say that she failed in this instance to read your mind, that's all.
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Interspersed with Neil narrating a letter to his late mother in the afterlife, the songs allow him to deliver some beautiful, timeblasted yet deeply affecting and disarmingly candid performances as on Lightfoot's If I Could Read Your Mind and the Late Bert Jansch's foreboding cautionary heroin influenced classic The Needle Of Death.
Well, this 36-kilogram (80-pound) upright scooter (see diagram, above) won't beam you to another planet, but it can almost read your mind, says Segway inventor Dean Kamen.
Perhaps, soon, I'll be able to read your mind to find out what you really think about all this.