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think pronunciación
verb (thought , thinking )
1 tr & intr (often think about something)
a to have or form ideas in the mind;
b to have it as a thought in one's mind.
2 tr & intr (often think of someone or something) to consider, judge or believe them or it I thought you were kidding! They think of themselves as great singers .
3 tr & intr (often think of or about something) to intend or plan it; to form an idea of it think about going to London couldn't think of being so unkind think no harm .
4 tr & intr (often think of something) to imagine, expect or suspect it I didn't think there would be any trouble .
5 (usu think of someone or something) to keep them or it in one's mind; to consider them or it think of the children first .
6 tr & intr (usu think of something or to do something)
a to remember it couldn't think of his name ;
b to consider it I didn't think to tell her .
7 (often think of something) to form or have an idea about it think of a plan .
8 to have one's mind full of something.
9 to bring someone or something into a specified condition by thinking tried to think himself thin .
noun , colloq an act of thinking have a good think .
[Anglo-Saxon thencan ]
thinker noun someone who thinks, especially deeply and constructively or in a specified way.
think better of something or someone
1 to change one's mind about it or them on further thought.
2 to think that they would not be so bad as to do something wrong I thought better of him than that .
think highly, well or badly, etc of someone to have a high, good or bad, etc opinion of them.
think little of something or not think much of something to have a low opinion of it.
think twice to consider something carefully before doing it.
think something out
1 to consider or plan it carefully.
2 to solve a problem by thinking about all the aspects of it.
think something over to consider all the advantages and disadvantages of an action or decision, etc; to reflect on it.
think something through to think carefully about all the possible consequences of a plan or idea, etc, especially so as to reach a conclusion as to its wisdom or value.
think something up to invent or devise it.

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