[mahynd-bloh-er] /ˈmaɪndˌbloʊ ər/
a hallucinogenic drug.
something that astounds, excites, or dismays:
The news of the loss of the cargo ships was a real mindblower.
[mahynd-bloh-ing] /ˈmaɪndˌbloʊ ɪŋ/ adjective, Slang. 1. overwhelming; astounding: Spending a week in the jungle was a mind-blowing experience. 2. producing a hallucinogenic effect: a mind-blowing drug. adjective 1. (informal) producing euphoria; psychedelic mind-blowing adj. adjective
- Mind-body problem
[mahynd-bod-ee] /ˈmaɪndˈbɒd i/ noun, Philosophy. 1. the problem of explaining the relation of the mind to the body. noun 1. the traditional philosophical problem concerning the nature of mind, body, and the relationship between them See dualism (sense 2), interactionism, parallelism (sense 3), monism (sense 1), idealism (sense 3), materialism (sense 2), identity theory, behaviourism […]
[mahynd-bod-ee] /ˈmaɪndˈbɒd i/ adjective 1. taking into account the physiological, psychic, and spiritual connections between the state of the body and that of the mind: mind-body medicine.
[mahynd-bog-ling] /ˈmaɪndˌbɒg lɪŋ/ adjective, Slang. 1. intellectually overwhelming: a mind-boggling puzzle. 2. emotionally or psychologically overwhelming; mind-blowing. adjective 1. (informal) astonishing; bewildering adj. 1964; see mind (n.) + present participle of boggle. adjective So astonishing or complex as to overwhelm the mind: The school problem is absolutely mind-boggling [1964+; boggle, ”to be disablingly frightened, take […]