Noun(1) an instance of deliberate thinking
Verb(1) judge or regard; look upon; judge(2) expect, believe, or suppose(3) use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments(4) recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection(5) imagine or visualize(6) focus one's attention on a certain state(7) have in mind as a purpose(8) decide by pondering, reasoning, or reflecting(9) ponder; reflect on, or reason about(10) dispose the mind in a certain way(11) have or formulate in the mind(12) be capable of conscious thought(13) bring into a given condition by mental preoccupation
(1) On the way there, looking at Raymond with his sticky eyes and swelling cut, I had a bit of a think .(2) think money(3) There is no reason to think that the situation will be different for members of Parliament.(4) does he think that?(5) Sit on the bed a few minutes to have a think .(6) what would John think of her?(7) They need to learn mental disciplines - to think , to count and to ask questions.(8) So, at the moment the email is sitting in my inbox with an action flag beside it while I have a think .(9) one should always think positive(10) I think some situations can and should be treated with a bit more of a diplomatic approach!(11) she did not think highly of modern art(12) What makes people think the situation will be any different in cannabis is legalised?(13) lemon thyme is a natural pair with any chicken dish you can think of(14) it's not as bad as you think(15) I went for a walk to have a think(16) I think every individual situation is just a little different though they have generalities.