English version

turn of mind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishturn of mindturn of mindCHARACTER/PERSONALITYthe particular way that someone usually thinks or feelsan academic/practical etc turn of mind youngsters with an independent turn of mind turn
Examples from the Corpus
turn of mindCertainly there were Gallo-Romans of an independent turn of mind in the south.Very often students' inventive turn of mind can be useful at such formats, and they will largely be absent.She was a plain girl, with straight hair and thin limbs and a mathematical turn of mind.He is a very intelligent man with a scientific turn of mind.
Pictures of the day
What are these?
Click on the pictures to check.