Definition of mind you
—used in speech to give stress to a statement that one is making so that a preceding or following statement will not be misunderstood His advice wasn't very helpful. I'm not criticizing him, mind you. —often used in British English without you His advice wasn't very helpful. I'm not criticizing him, mind!
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