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What do you think he wants?
Come on, think! There must be a solution.
She thought of him often.
He could never think of the woman’s name.
I often think about the time we spent in Rome.
This is the American English definition of think. View British English definition of think.
giving birth to a baby in the presence of a large number of close relatives and/or friendsBuzzWord Article
a condition when a person cannot see clearly objects that are close; long sightednessadd a word
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