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think

think

 
 
pronunciation:
thIngk
phrases:
think up
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part of speech: verb
inflections: thinks, thinking, thought
definition 1: to use the power of the mind.
A philosopher once said, "I think, therefore I am."
synonyms:
conceive
similar words:
dream, meditate, ponder, reason, remember
definition 2: to expect or believe.
I think they'll be back before noon.She's not sure, but she thinks her dad will like the present she got for him.
synonyms:
expect
similar words:
believe, guess, hope, imagine, project, speculate, suppose
definition 3: to use one's mind to judge or reason about a matter.
I thought about the question for a long time.
 
synonyms:
ponder, reason
similar words:
brood, consider, deliberate, judge, meditate, reflect
definition 4: to turn your mind toward someone or something.
I thought about you a lot when I was away.Are you thinking about your art project?
synonyms:
ponder, reflect
definition 5: to recall or remember (usually followed by "of").
He tried to think of where he'd left his keys.
similar words:
recall
definition 6: to exercise caution.
Think before you act.
synonyms:
deliberate
similar words:
contemplate, imagine, reason, reflect
definition 7: to have an opinion.
I think he is a good man.
synonyms:
conceive
similar words:
feel
definition 8: to remember or have in mind.
She was thinking how happy she had been.
synonyms:
recall, recollect, remember
definition 9: to form as an idea; imagine.
He thought how wonderful it would be to be home again.
synonyms:
conceive, imagine, picture
similar words:
concoct, contrive, design, intend, invent, project
phrase: think up
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