back of one's mind

idi back of one's mind, one's memory or recollection

From formal English to slang. 2014.

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  • back of one's mind — phrasal the remote part of one s mind where thoughts and memories are stored to be drawn on …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • back of one's mind — noun a) Ones remote memory Wallpapering the bedroom has been at the back of my mind for some time now. b) The supposed location of low importance plans …   Wiktionary

  • the back of one's mind — phrasal : the remote or hidden part of one s thoughts the stranger s name hovered in the back of his mind also : the store of thoughts or memories that can be drawn upon on the appropriate occasion to keep someone s good advice in the back of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • at the back of one's mind — deep inside someone s memory …   English contemporary dictionary

  • put in the back of one's mind — put the matter aside …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Back at One — Infobox Album Name = Back at One Type = Album Longtype = Artist = Brian McKnight Released = September 21, 1999 Recorded = Genre = Length = Label = Motown Records Producer = Reviews = Last album = Bethlehem (1998) This album = Back at One (1999)… …   Wikipedia

  • cast one's mind back — To think about, try to recall past events, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑mind * * * think back to a particular event or time he cast his mind back to the fatal evening …   Useful english dictionary

  • change one's mind — verb a) To decide differently than one had decided before. She started up the stairs, changed her mind, and turned to go back down. b) To convince someone to make a decision differing from what a previous one. So don’t necessarily assume that… …   Wiktionary

  • set one's mind at rest — {v. phr.} To relieve someone s anxieties; reassure someone. * / Lef me set your mind at rest about the operation, Dr. Vanek said. You ll be back on your feet in a week. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • set\ one's\ mind\ at\ rest — v. phr. To relieve someone s anxieties; reassure someone. Let me set your mind at rest about the operation, Dr. Vanek said. You ll be back on your feet in a week …   Словарь американских идиом

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