“Don’t mind”: idiom meaning.

Don’t mind
An expression which means you are not disturbed by something, you don’t have anything against it so you are OK with it. Often used to say that what someone is doing is not in any way making you feel bad or offended.

Other examples of “don’t mind” idiom in a sentence

  • Do you mind if I sit here?
  • Do you mind opening the door?
  • If you don’t mind, I’ll take one biscuit.

“Don’t mind”: use in context explanation

Dick and his family are spending time on the beach. They are lying on their sunbeds and trying to get a nice tan. The weather is sunny and hot and they are happy. Dick decided to go to a beach bar to have a cool beer. Now he’s coming back and what he sees is that there is no free sunbed for him. His sunbed is occupied by their dog, Willy. Willy likes sun and has no intention to move away. Gina asks her husband if he doesn’t mind if their dog stays there for a while but Dick doesn’t seem very happy about it.