155 “Think synonym; its use in English grammar

Abstract

Think is a mental process that allows creatures to model the world and deal with it effectively based on their goals, plans, goals, and desires. Similar concepts of thinking are: cognition, feeling, awareness, idea, and imagination. Think synonyms are a very crucial issue since they have many different meanings with different synonyms.

1. ponder: think synonym

Consider (something) carefully and thoroughly. Chewing, thinking.

2. Imagine: think synonym

assume.

3. Cogitate: think synonym

The delineation of cogitating means thinking very profoundly and carefully about something.

4. Believe(related): think synonym

To have an opinion; Thought:

5. Deliberate: think synonym

The process by which a jury determines the outcome of a case.

6. Muse: think synonym

To surprise at.

7. To reflect: think synonym

To blame or discredit:

8. To consider: think synonym

To assign some quality to.

9. Assumption: think synonym

(Now rare) To do, (something) to do without authority. Unauthorized claims [from the fourteenth century.]

10. Contemplate: think synonym

Detailed and lengthy review; Meditate or reflect:

11. Estimate: think synonym

Approximate calculation (quantity, extent, size, position, or value of something).

12. Use old bean: think synonym

To check with the mind

13. Ideate: think synonym

To imagine mental images; think

14. The reason: think synonym

Overcome or conquer by giving reasons.

15. Evaluate: think synonym

(Mathematics) to calculate or quantify (an expression)

16. Recollect: think synonym

remember; to re-gather your thoughts, especially about past events.

17. Think -twice: think synonym

(So-called) use judgment to appeal. Proceed with caution or thought.

18. Guess: think synonym

to estimate or conjecture:

19. Stop to consider: think synonym

to examine with the mind

20. Consult: think synonym

Talking about issues in order to decide or plan for something; confer

21. Do some tall headwork: think synonym

To check with the mind

22. Study: think synonym

Study means spending time learning or researching a topic.

23. Confer: think synonym

to bestow (an honor):

24. Neglect: think synonym

To fail to do, such as recklessness or monitoring:

25. Bone: think synonym

Bone means a quick and hard study or removal of part of a skeleton.

26. Resolve: think synonym

(Medicine, historian) to disperse or disperse; for discussion, as an inflammation or tumor.

27. Hammer away at: think synonym

To check with the mind

28. To recall: think synonym

To be reminiscent of; seem similar to:

29. Examine: think synonym

To determine competencies, talents, or skills through questions or exercises:

30. Stew: think synonym

to undergo cooking this way

31. Speculate: think synonym

Speculation means a hypothesis or a theory about something but not a complete answer tested or researched.

32. Beating the brain: think synonym

To check with the mind

33. Be convinced: think synonym

to believe

34. Ruminate: think synonym

Bring back (something) in mind; Meditation

35. Mull over: think synonym

Think deeply about something; Contemplation, intentional or rumination

36. Sweat over: think synonym

To check with the mind

37. Scan: think synonym

Scanning is defined as a quick and accurate look at something, the use of an electronic device to copy an image or text into a digital file, or the analysis of verse by verse metrics.

38. Conceive: think synonym

Getting pregnant means getting pregnant, planning or imagining something.

39. Meditate: think synonym

To participate in meditation on (for example, a religious secret).

40. Use one’s head: think synonym

(Humor) to head beat

41. Reckon: think synonym

expectation or intention (to do something):

42. Reminiscence: think synonym

To think or tell about past experiences or events:

43. Appraise: think synonym

To set a value; Estimating value, especially by those appointed for this purpose; As, to evaluate goods and property.

44. Conceptual: think synonym

Conceptualism or related to conceptualism

45. Rack-one-s-brains: think synonym

The alternative shape of rack one’s brain.

46. Do some hefty headwork: think synonym

To check with the mind

47. Figure out: think synonym

(Term) to calculate.

48. Put on one’s thinking cap: think synonym

To check with the mind

49. Pick one’s steps: think synonym

To check with the mind

50. Hammer out: think synonym

Agree after much arguing

51. Bury yourself in: think synonym

To check with the mind

52. Deem:

Belief or estimation of judgment as a result, As the existence of evaluation, is based on self-beliefs.

53. Hold: think synonym

Cause waiting or delay

54. invent:

To design a new process or mechanism.

55. Create:

Invest in a new design, shape, shape, etc.

56. Taken for granted:

Assume something is correct without confirmation or proof.

57. Accept:

(Inevitably) to receive something of desire.

58. Analyze (Related):

Dividing (a thing, idea, etc.) into its components to find their nature, appropriateness, function, interrelationships, etc.

59. Assume (related):

To make a hypothesis; Assume or believe:

60. Remember (Related)

Do not forget (do something necessary)

61. Conceptualistic

From conceptualism or related

62. Ratiocinate

Rational and methodical use of the powers of the mind; Reason

63. Meditate upon

To check with the mind

64. Take into consideration

To check with the mind

65. Have on one’s mind

To check with the mind

66. Brood over

To check with the mind

67. Weigh

For accurate or intentional selection:

68. Keep in mind

(So-called) to consider, to reflect, to intend

69. Have in mind

Remember, it is defined as being aware of something.

70. Bear in mind

(Term) Remember; To consider; Note

71. Turn over

(Idiomatic) To produce, complete, or cycle through.

72. Cudgel one’s brains

To examine with the mind

73. Intellectualize

To check or interpret logically, often without accurate regard for sensational considerations

74. Rationalize

Rationalize is to try to justify something or to bring excuses for bad treatment or an unpalatable outcome.

75. Realize

To understand fully; apprehend

76. Thinkable

Able to be ruminated or imagined; conceivable; plausible or probable.

77. Daydream

A dreamlike imagination or fantasy while awake, especially of the realization of wishes or aims.

78. Hypothesize

To hypothesize is delineated as to possess a theory or an assumption.

79. Disbelieve (antonym)

To refuse to believe or accept; reject:

80. Aristotelian

Of or characteristic of Aristotle or his philosophy

81. Bemused

Perplexed and bewildered

82. Cogitable

Thinkable; conceivable:

83. Cogitative

Of, relating to, apt to, or capable of cogitation

84. Contemplative

Inclined to contemplate; introspective and thoughtful; meditative.

85. Cogitation

A serious thought; a carefully considered reflection.

86. Abstracted

Removed or separated from something else:

87. Pensive

Thinking profoundly or seriously, often of sad or unhappy things

88. Opine

(Intransitive) To possess or say an opinion; to state as an opinion; to suppose, take into account (that).

89. Ideology

A collection of doctrines or beliefs that are shared by the members of a social group or that constitute the basis of a political, economic, or other system.

90. Intellection

(Countable) The mental content of an act of understanding by means of the intellect, as a thought, idea, or conception.

91. Perception

Insight or knowledge gained by thinking:

92. Philosophy

(Obs.) natural philosophy

93. Reverie

A dreamy, fanciful, or imaginary notion or daydream

94. Anticipate

to speak of or take into account a matter prematurely

95. Brood

To hold an egg warm to make it hatch.

96. Cerebrate

To ponder or cogitate; especially so as to infer or decide or to solve issues.

97. Expect

To consider obligatory or required.

98. Figure

To appear, often prominently

99. Formulate

To decrease, or express in, a formula; to put in an obvious and definite form of statement or expression.

100. Infer

To bring (something) as a reasoned conclusion; to conclude by reasoning or rationality, as from premises or documents. [from 16th c.]

101. Intend

To set the mind upon (something to be achieved); be intent upon; mean; design; plan; aim.

102. Intuit

To know or understand by intuition:

103. Judge

(— Law) To listen to opinions and decide on in a court of law:

104. Lucubrate

To work or write like a scholar.

105. Mull

To heat and chop out something, such as wine.

106. Purpose

(passive) Designed for some purpose.

107. Reconsider

To bring into account, especially with intent to change or modify a previous decision.

108. Regard

To regard, look upon (something) in a given way etc. [from 16th c.]

109. Repute

Repute is to donate a feature to a person.

110. Sense

To utilize biological senses such as smell, watch, taste, hear or feel.

111. Suppose

To assume; to believe; to receive as correct.

112. Surmise

To make a judgment about (something) without enough evidence; speculate:

113. Suspect

Suspect is delineated as thinking something is possible or believing someone has done something incorrectly or is guilty of something.

114. Theorize

To propose a theory about.

115. Understand

Understand is delineated as to know the meaning of something or to discern the situation.

116. Visualize

To participate in psychological visualization with regard to (agony or a body process, for example).

117. Dianoetic

Pertaining to reason or thinking; intellectual.

118. Intellectual

Rational rather than emotional:

119. Meditative

Meditating or inclined to meditate

120. Ruminative

Causing rumination or prone to it; thoughtful.

121. Telepathic

(Parapsychology) Of, relating to, or using telepathy.

122. Conception

The definition of conception is the process of getting pregnant or the genesis of anything.

123. Conceptualization

The process of making a conceptual form of something; the act of conceptualizing

124. Thinking

A way of reasoning; judgment:

125. Excogitate

To design, make, or invent by such thought

126. Feel

To feel is defined as to be cognizant of someone or something touching you, to examine something by touch, using your sense of touch to guide you or experiencing emotions.

127. Apprehend

To understand

128. Consideration

A thought or opinion produced by considering

129. Contemplation

The act of the mind in taking into account with attention; continued attention of the mind to a special subject; contemplation, meditation; musing; study.

130. Ideation

The conceptualization of a mental image.

131. Lucubration

Any literary composition

132. Meditation

The practice of appeasing the mind by concentrating one’s attention on one’s regular breathing, on a mantra, etc., for the aim of deepening one’s spiritual awareness, reducing stress, etc.

133. Mentation

Mental activity. The process of thinking.

134. Thought

An outcome of thinking; idea, opinion, etc.

135. Conceptualize

The delineation of conceptualizing is to make an idea.

136. Conclude

To reach an (a conclusion, judgment, or opinion, verdict) by the process of rationality:

137. Conjecture

To judge or conclude by conjecture; guess:

138. Deduce

To trace the course or derivation of

139. Entertain

To make happy (someone); to engage the attention of pleasantly.

140. Disregard (antonym)

To treat without due respect; slight

141. Retrieve

To regain or get back something.

142. Mean

The delineation of mean is to have in mind as an aim.

143. Wonder (related)

144. Ruminant

Meditative; thoughtful

145. Cerebration

The act of cerebrating; thinking, mental activity.

146. Know (related)

147. Realize (related)

148. Wonder-whether (related)

149. Convince (related)

150. Think of (related)

151. Afraid (related)

152. Excogitation

Careful thought or consideration.

153. Speculation

A conclusion, opinion, or theory drawn by guess

154. Call-back

To request someone’s return.

155. Call-up

To select e.g. a sports squad.

The use of “think synonym” in English grammar

At last, after understanding and learning the meaning and synonyms of this word, the use of it in English grammar can help us use this word in the correct terms. “Think” with the meaning of “possess an opinion.” We can use think to talk about having an opinion or an idea.

A:

What do you think about this frame?

B:

To be honest, I do not think it fits the picture.

Think means “planning or deciding.”

We use thinking or think about to talk about planning and decision making. We can use it continuously (thinking / about) in addition to the -ing form of the verb:

  • We are thinking of leaving London and buying a small cottage in the country.
  • Thinking of going back to university? Call Freephone 0800 009 122 445 at Farrings College for advice on courses and grants.

Think and think of the meaning of “remember.”

  • I went upstairs to get something, but when I got there, I could not think what I wanted!
  • Can anyone think of the name of the first dog to go into space?
  • It’s very embarrassing when you meet someone, and you cannot think of their name.

Think about means “considering something.”

A:

Are you planning to change jobs?

B:

I am not sure. I am thinking about it.

When speaking, we usually use “think” to regulate what we say. Usually in the ultimate position:

  • It was too expensive, I think.
  • Think a lot of people talk in the office. Sometimes it’s hard to work.

When we use “think” to express uncertainty, it usually comes first:

  • I think I gave the case to Holly on Monday.
  • I think your keys are on the sofa.

Do not think: expressing uncertainty

When we use “think” to express uncertainty:

  • I do not think we have enough people interested in traveling.
  • He did not think it was necessary to reward the taxi driver.

Think sentence examples

  • He could not think of anything else.
  • Who do you think I am?
  • In fact, I think I made more progress in French than in any of my other studies.
  • I don’t think so.
  • I think she felt included because he was contributing as much as we were.
  • My teacher is so close to me that I rarely think of myself aside from her.
  • I think they are all joking with Tom.
  • In fact, I could barely think what I was saying or what was being said to me.
  • I think it will be hard to get back return to the old regime.
  • Now, think about everything being recorded.

Conclusion

“Think” has many synonyms since it has many different meanings when used in different situations. Each one of these meanings enables the word “think” to have various meanings. “Think” can also be used in many different prepositions, which gives it the possibility to be used in different parts of speeches.

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