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What do you think he wants?
I don't think there's a computer store in town.
Faulty wiring is thought to have caused the fire.
Nobody seriously thought of him as a candidate for the job.
I've always thought of that as a love song.
I thought him a very nice young man.
Come on, think! There must be a solution.
Let's stop and think before we do anything else.
I need to think seriously about their offer.
I've got to think of a way to earn more money.
I wasn't worried – I just thought, "Why is she doing that?"
I guess we were all thinking the same thing.
Were you thinking in terms of the entire test?
She thought of him often.
He could never think of the woman's name.
I often think about the time we spent in Rome.
Did you think to ask about the delivery time?
This is the American English definition of think. View British English definition of think.
happy, excited, and full of energy
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