The idiom leap to someone’s mind means to suddenly or immediately materialize in someone’s mind.
i.e. A: “What would you like to have for dinner?” B: “I’m not sure, nothing’s really leaping to mind.”
i.e. When it comes to crime thrillers, he’s not a writer who leaps to most people’s minds, but his books are edgy, brilliant page-turners.
There are some other interesting idioms about “mind“. Follow me to learn about them!
1. A Piece of Mind
One’s true thoughts or feelings about something, especially angry or frustrated criticism.
i.e. Boy, the boss really gave me a piece of his mind during my performance review.
i.e. This has to have been the worst service I’ve ever had a restaurant. I’m going to let the waiter have a piece of my mind!
2. Go Out of One’s Mind
To become wild, irrational, senseless, or insane.
i.e. All this noise in the house, day in, day out—I feel like I’m going out of my mind!
3. It’s All in Your Mind
You’re imagining it, it’s not real.
i.e. “‘I’m sure this woman doesn’t like me.’ ‘No, it’s all in your mind.’”
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