n. ideologist, thinker
phr. We should discard all the burden in our mind, and do without fear.
phr. There was a heavy burden in her mind, and she needed relaxation.
phr. Feudal ideas were still ingrained in her mind, and hard to remove.
phr. I think his thinking is out of the stream of the time.
phr. When living alone for a long time, one is prone to have a closed mind.
phr. We should transfuse patriotism into the students' minds.
phr. The idea of putting money above everything else must not be allowed to grow.
n. ideological line
phr. This child is mentally premature.
phr. remaining feudal ideology
phr. He is an open-minded person.
phr. Let him see more of the outside world to broaden his horizons.
phr. Don't use these peculiar flowery words to conceal a paucity of thought.
phr. free one's mind, emancipate one's mind
n. guiding ideology
phr. The company follows the people-oriented guiding ideology when recruiting the talents.
nphr. Confucianism, Confucian ideology
nphr. central idea
phr. His mind is full of decadent ideas.
phr. ideological work
phr. Language is the vehicle of thought.
phr. to have a mind of forwardness; (of a person) progressive
phr. His thoughts are quite simple.
phr. (someone's) way of thinking is very open