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English-German translation for: think
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NOUN   think | -
VERB  to think | thought | thought ... 
SYNO   to cerebrate | to cogitate | to think ... 
to think
to think [believe]
glauben [meinen, annehmen, vermuten]
to think [long and hard]
to think
to think [to believe]
meinen [glauben]
to think [muse]
sinnen [geh.]
to think [contemplate]
to think
dünken [veraltend]
to think [muse]
to think
vermeinen [geh.]
to think
2 Words: Others
sb. would thinkjd. dächte
sb. would thinkjd. sänne
sb. would thinkjd. sönne [veraltet]
Think again. [coll.]Falsch gedacht. [ugs.]
Think twice!Denk darüber noch mal nach! [ugs.]
Think XY.Denken wir doch nur mal an XY.
You think? [ironic]Ach, was du nicht sagst.
2 Words: Verbs
to make sb. thinkjdm. zu denken geben
to make sb. think sth.jdn. etw. glauben lassen
to think aboutnachgrübeln über [+Akk.]
to think about sb./sth. [think of]an jdn./etw. denken
to think about sth.etw. bedenken
to think about sth.auf etw. herumdenken [ugs.]
to think about sth.sichDat. etw.Akk. überlegen
to think about sth.über etw.Akk. nachdenken
to think about sth.sichDat. einen Kopf um etw.Akk. machen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [über etw. intensiv nachdenken]
to think aheadvorausdenken
to think aloudlaut denken
to think awaywegdenken
to think backzurückdenken
to think bestdas Beste denken
to think big [coll.] [idiom]nicht kleckern, sondern klotzen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to think clearlyklar denken
to think differentlyanderer Meinung sein
to think fitfür angebracht halten
to think hardscharf nachdenken
to think laterally [idiom]um die Ecke denken [Redewendung]
to think logicallylogisch denken
to think of sb. [remember, commemorate]jdm. gedenken [bes. schweiz.] [geh.]
to think of sb. [remember, commemorate]jds. gedenken [geh.]
to think of sb./sth.an jdn./etw. denken
to think of sth.etw. bedenken
to think of sth.sichDat. etw. ausdenken
to think of sth. [esp. sth. unusual or improbable]auf etw.Akk. verfallen
to think on sth.sichDat. etw.Akk. überlegen
to think on sth. [dated]über etw. nachdenken
to think oneself [consider oneself]sich wähnen [geh.]
to think oneself sth.sich als etw. erachten [geh.]
to think positivepositiv denken
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Q 2024-01-16: Still think we need a tag for abhorrent entries
A 2024-01-04: I don't think so
A 2023-08-14: Has to be illuminated, I think.
A 2023-05-28: Ah yes, in contracts, legal use and the like (the insured), I didn't think...
A 2023-05-28: I can't think of a situation where it would be used for a single person.
A 2023-05-02: Weird usage, I think you're bang on and he's using it as a generic organic...
A 2023-04-29: Think you misread one of the entries, it's sich eine Muskelzerrung zuziehen
A 2023-04-19: I think the writer reminisces about a New England tradition, perhaps exper...
A 2023-04-01: I think it's always used in plural: die SchrankeN finden.
A 2023-03-29: Thanks everyone the difference between using an * and a ? is very helpful....
A 2023-03-28: I don't think so
A 2023-03-28: I don't think so. Where to start and where to stop?
A 2023-03-27: I think spew is good too, knock off sounds very British but I’m sure it’s ...
A 2023-03-23: Tabulos isn't negative I don't think, it's just a little more limited.
A 2023-03-02: Teadrinker, I really think you don’t understand the problem at all.
A 2022-10-31: Fictional history and historical fiction have more in common than many wou...
A 2022-10-17: "time" = "Richter" ?? I don't think so.
A 2022-05-27: I think it's a typo.
A 2021-12-15: "Think in their shoes"
A 2021-12-09: I think it depends on the circumstances.

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