What does 'Mind the gap' mean?
Meaning: Mind the gap is an instruction used on the Underground in the UK to warn passengers to be careful when leaving the tube or train as there is quite a distance between the train and the platform.
Contributor: Richard Flynn
Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Put you in mind
- Mind Your P's and Q's
- Mind your P's and Q's
- Speak your mind
- Spring to mind
- Mind your own beeswax
- Presence of mind
- Out of sight, out of mind
- Give someone a piece of your mind
- Cast your mind back
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