thinks, 3rd person singular present; thinking, present participle; thought, past tense; thought, past participle;
Have a particular opinion, belief, or idea about someone or something
she thought that nothing would be the same again
what would John think of her?
it's thought he may have collapsed from shock
up to 300 people were thought to have died
Used in questions to express anger or surprise
What do you think you're doing?
Used in speech to reduce the force of a statement or opinion, or to politely suggest or refuse something
I thought we could go out for a meal
Direct one's mind toward someone or something; use one's mind actively to form connected ideas
he was thinking about Colin
Jack thought for a moment
any writer who so rarely produces a book is not thinking deep thoughts
Take into account or consideration when deciding on a possible action
you can live how you like, but there's the children to think about
Consider the possibility or advantages of (a course of action)
he was thinking of becoming a zoologist
Have a particular mental attitude or approach
he thought like a general
one should always think positive
Have a particular opinion of
I think of him as a friend
she did not think highly of modern art
Call something to mind; remember
lemon thyme is a natural pair with any chicken dish you can think of
I hadn't thought to warn Rachel about him
Imagine (an actual or possible situation)
think of being paid a salary to hunt big game!
I never thought we'd raise so much money
she said something he'd never thought to have heard said again
Concentrate on imagining what it would be like to be in (a position or role)
she tried to think herself into the part of Peter's fiancée
An act of thinking
I went for a walk to have a think
an instance of deliberate thinking; "I need to give it a good think"
judge or regard; look upon; judge; "I think he is very smart"; "I believe her to be very smart"; "I think that he is her boyfriend"; "The racist conceives such people to be inferior"
expect, believe, or suppose; "I imagine she earned a lot of money with her new novel"; "I thought to find her in a bad state"; "he didn't think to find her in the kitchen"; "I guess she is angry at me for standing her up"
use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments; "I've been thinking all day and getting nowhere"
remember: recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection; "I can't remember saying any such thing"; "I can't think what her last name was"; "can you remember her phone number?"; "Do you remember that he once loved you?"; "call up memories"
imagine or visualize; "Just think--you could be rich one day!"; "Think what a scene it must have been!"
focus one's attention on a certain state; "Think big"; "think thin"
Thoughts are forms conceived in the mind, rather than the forms perceived through the five senses. Thought and thinking are the processes by which these concepts are perceived and manipulated. ...
Find-a-Drug (often abbreviated as 'FAD') was a not for profit distributed computing project which was set up in April 2002 by , the company who developed the THINK software. ...
"Think (About It)" is a funk song recorded by Lyn Collins and released as a single on James Brown's People Records in 1972. The recording was produced by Brown (who also co-wrote the song) and featured instrumental backing from his band The J.B.'s. It was the title track of her first album.
"Think" is the name of a hit single released by American R&B/soul musician Aretha Franklin in 1968, from her Aretha Now album. The song, a feminist anthem, reached No. 7 on Billboard Pop Singles Chart, becoming Franklin's seventh Top 10 hit in the United States. The song also reached No. ...
Think was a studio group put together by producers and songwriters Lou Stallman and Bobby Susser in 1971. The group released a single, "Once You Understand", on Laurie Records which included a spoken dialogue between male and female teenagers and their parents regarding a youth overdose. ...
Think: Why Crucial Decisions Can't Be Made in the Blink of an Eye is a book by editor and journalist Michael R. LeGault, released in January 2006. It was published under Threshold Editions, a conservative publishing imprint under Simon & Schuster run by Mary Matalin.
An act of thinking; consideration (of something); to ponder, to go over in one's head; To communicate to oneself in one's mind, to try to find a solution to a problem; to conceive of something or someone (usually followed by of or on); To be of the opinion (that); To guess; to reckon; To ...
(thinking) Gerund of think
(thinking) the mental manipulation of words and images, as in concept formation, problem solving, and decision making. (310)
(Thinking) 1)rational: capable of using the mind to reason or reflect the thinking person’s choice. 2)forming of thoughts: use of the mind to form thoughts. 3) judgment: opinions or conclusions arrived at.
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(Thinking) The act of cognition, mental action or activity, mental viewing.
(Thinking) The interpreter uses judgments and comparisons to create thinking that focuses upon the illusionary possibilities of what might be real, but can never be real, because the interpreter is creating illusionary experiences (that it controls) to create its own dialogue, rather than using ...
(Thinking) The process of thinking includes the activities of perception of external stimuli, encoding the same and storing the data so perceived and encoded in one's mental recesses.
(Thinking) and Feeling are the judging functions. They are used to make rational decisions concerning the data they received from their perceiving functions, above. Thinking is characterized as preferring to being logical, analytical and thinking in terms of "true or false". ...
(Thinking) can be described as part of an information-processing system in which mental representations are manipulated in order to form new information. (see The Circle of Thought)
(Thinking) generating thoughts and self-statements. These can be voluntary or involuntary
(Thinking) is an internal mental process that uses data or information as input, integrates that information into previous learned material and the and results in either knowledge or nothing. It may occur at any moment including while eating, sleeping or working on an unrelated task. ...