/ ˈmaɪndɪd; NAmE / adjective
(used with adjectives to form compound adjectives) having the way of thinking, the attitude or the type of character mentioned :
a fair-minded employer
I appeal to all like-minded people to support me.
—see also absent-minded , bloody-minded , single-minded
(used with adverbs to form compound adjectives) having the type of mind that is interested in or able to understand the areas mentioned :
I'm not very politically minded.
(used with nouns to form compound adjectives) interested in or enthusiastic about the thing mentioned :
a reform-minded government
[ not before noun ] minded (to do sth) ( formal ) wishing or intending to do sth
SYN inclined :
She was minded to accept their offer.