turn (one's) mind to (something)

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turn (one's) mind to (something)

To apply one's attention, focus, and effort to something. I've been turning my attention to my writing again, because I'd been letting it fall by the wayside recently. We need to turn our minds to our defensive strategy if we want to start winning games.
See also: mind, to, turn
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A GIBSON, North Gosforth Sunshine IT'S lovely to see the sunshine And the streets nice and bright People are so much happier When they see some sunlight It turns your mind to holidays Warm days in the sun But I'm getting a bit ahead of myself The winter may not be dome Still I like to look on the bright side Pleasant days to come So I'll think of sunny beaches As I write my poems ANDREA GRIST, Newcastle