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    would't mind

    I wouldn't mind changing jobs with you.
    What is the exact meaning of 'wouldn't mind' here? Does it mean 'want to ... very much' ?
    Thanks.

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    Re: would't mind

    Quote Originally Posted by yuhan View Post
    I wouldn't mind changing jobs with you.
    What is the exact meaning of 'wouldn't mind' here? Does it mean 'want to ... very much' ?
    Thanks.
    It means I'm willing to.... or I have no objection or no preference. Or you would like something.

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