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Change Someone's Mind ( do or tell something which causes a person to have a different opinion ... )

"Change Someone's Mind"

You change your mind when you change your opinion of something.

Example: "I thought you didn't like her?" Reply: "Well, I changed my mind."

Example: "Are you ready to go?" Reply: "No, I'm not going. I've changed my mind. I'm staying home."

You think differently about something after you change your mind.

Example: "I thought she wasn't coming?" Reply: "She wasn't. But, she changed her mind."

Example: "It doesn't matter what you say, it is not going to change my mind."

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