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to think: to believe, to have the opinion, to reflect, to give some thought, to ponder, to consider
I will think about it. I will reflect upon it.
What do you think about the movie? What is your opinion of the movie?

This is an irregular verb:
I think / I thought / I have thought

a thought: an idea, an opinion, a belief, a theory, a concept, a reflection

(long term) thinking: planning, reflecting on (the long term, the future)
Pronunciation examples
UK: What are your thoughts on my new dress?
US: To be honest, I really can't understand the thinking behind your new image. I think you must have problems.


  • "I think that Bruno Delavigne might be."
  • "And since this is the Queen's Head pub, I thought you might be able to help me with my enquiries."
  • "Brian: (thinking) Oh dear, Bruno sounds angry!"
  • "I thought you were in love."
  • "Philip : (thinking) That's #@$%ed up!"
  • "I think someone is here."
  • "Things got a little bit crazy in Kalackistan and I told him that I needed some space, a little bit of time to think."
  • "Horatio : (thinking) I'm sure he won't mind if I borrow his HI-FI speakers!"
  • "Susie : Well I was with a man, but it, it's not what you think."
  • "Samantha : Susie are you saying what I think you're saying?"

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