The Word is:”think”

think

/θɪŋk/

verb

verb: think; 3rd person present: thinks; past tense: thought; past participle: thought; gerund or present participle: thinking

1. have a particular belief or idea.
“she thought that nothing would be the same again”

synonyms: believe, be of the opinion, have as one’s opinion, be of the view, be under the
  • have a particular mental attitude or approach.
    “he thought like a general”
  • take into consideration when deciding on a possible action.
    “you can live how you like, but there’s the children to think about”
  • call to mind.
    “lemon thyme is a natural pair with any chicken dish you can think of”
  • synonyms: recall, remember, recollect, call to mind, bring to mind, think back to, review
    “she thought of all the visits she had made to her father”
  • 2. direct one’s mind towards someone or something; use one’s mind actively to form connected

    ideas.
    “he was thinking about Colin”
    synonyms: ponder, reflect, deliberate, meditate, contemplate, muse, cogitate, ruminate, be lost in
    thought, be in a brown study, brood; concentrate, rack one’s brains, cudgel one’s brains;
    informal put on one’s thinking cap, sleep on it;
    rare cerebrate
    “Jack thought for a moment”
    antonyms: act, leap into action

  • have a particular mental attitude or approach.
    “he thought like a general”
  • take into consideration when deciding on a possible action.
    “you can live how you like, but there’s the children to think about”
  • call to mind.
    “lemon thyme is a natural pair with any chicken dish you can think of”
    synonyms: recall, remember, recollect, call to mind, bring to mind, think back to, review
    “she thought of all the visits she had made to her father”
  • have sufficient foresight or awareness to do something.
    “I hadn’t thought to warn Rachel about him”
  • imagine or expect (an actual or possible situation).
    “think of being paid a salary to hunt big game!”
  • synonyms: imagine, picture, visualize, envisage, envision; dream about, fantasize about
    “she forced herself to think of how he must be feeling”

  • imagine what it would be like to be in (a position or role).
    “she tried to think herself into the part of Peter’s fiancée”
  • 3. have a specified opinion of.
    “she did not think highly of modern art”

    noun

    informal
    noun: think; plural noun: thinks

    1. an act of thinking.
    “I went for a walk to have a think”

    synonyms: ponder, muse, spell/period of deliberation/reflection/contemplation
    “why don’t you have a think about it?”

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