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mindset

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmindsetmind‧set /ˈmaɪndset/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 WAY/MANNERsomeone’s general attitude, and the way in which they think about things and make decisions syn outlook 🔊 The company seems to have a very old-fashioned mindset.
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mindsetThe residents of this city have an insular mindset, so strangers are not always made welcome.Deep down the environment does not fit with the New Labour mindset.To be fair, there has also been something of a shift in the male mindset.In all these respects, a product mindset provides a pivot point for other vital ingredients of success.It can be, that is, when the quality mindset is instilled and applied conscientiously throughout the organization.There does seem to have been a slight shift in the government's mindset in the light of recent events.The book accurately captures the mindset of a teenage girl.Steve Jobs was not a technical wizard, but he thoroughly understood the mindset of the people who were.The mindset of that generation was definitely more obedient than today's.The mindset is to go after the person complaining, as opposed to the issue.These mindsets are becoming less useful, but they are still used.This mindset underpins the future of food.
From Longman Business Dictionarymindsetmind‧set /ˈmaɪndset/ noun [countable] someone’s general attitude, and the way in which they think about things and make decisionsThe company seems to have a very old-fashioned mindset.
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