change one's mind
  1. (idiomatic) To decide differently than one had decided before.
    She started up the stairs, changed her mind, and turned to go back down.
    • 2006 Baggs, Amanda, Changes in Self-Awareness Over Time, Disclaimer on Assumptions, [http://] May 2006:
      So don’t necessarily assume that something has changed if I appear to have changed my mind, sometimes my mind is all that’s changed.
Related terms Translations
  • French: changer d'avis, raviser
  • German: seine Meinung ändern, sich umentscheiden
  • Italian: cambiare idea
  • Portuguese: mudar de ideia
  • Russian: переду́мывать
  • Spanish: cambiar de opinión, cambiar de idea

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