English version

not mind doing something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot mind doing somethingnot mind doing somethingWILLINGto be willing to do something I don’t mind waiting a little longer. Grammar Don’t say: I don’t mind to wait a little longer. mind
Examples from the Corpus
not mind doing somethingI don't mind driving if you're tired.The world was giving to him, he did not mind giving back.If you don't mind waiting a few minutes, we can check our records for you.San Diego's nice, I wouldn't mind living there.He did not mind being flippant about New York, but disliked to hear any one else take the same tone.He might not mind being placeless, but I mind.It had been worse than she had expected, but she had not minded it.It was remarkable the way people sought her out, often not minding that their conversation was public.Just as long, that is, as the masses do not mind interminable delays.The girls were late at breakfast, but Mrs Roberts did not mind.
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