have (someone or something) in mind

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Definition of have (someone or something) in mind 

: to be thinking of (someone or something): such as

1 : to be thinking of choosing (someone) for a job, position, etc. They have you in mind for the job.

2 : to be thinking of doing (something) "I'd like to do something special for our anniversary." "What sort of thing did you have in mind?"

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