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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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English - Alternative Forms

* thinck (obsolete)

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: thĭngk, IPA(key): /θɪŋk/ * Rhymes: -ɪŋk

  • enPR: thĭngk, IPA(key): /θɪŋk/
  • Rhymes: -ɪŋk

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _thinken_, _thynken_, _thenken_, _thenchen_, from Old English _þencan_ (“to meditate, cogitate, consider; think, have in mind; suppose, imagine, hold as an opinion or belief; think of, consider, employ the mind on a subject, reason”), from Proto-Germanic _*þankijaną_ (“to think, suppose, perceive”), from Proto-Indo-European _*teng-_ (“to think, feel, know”). Cognate with Scots _think_, _thynk_ (“to think”), North Frisian _teenk_, _taanke_, _tanke_, _tånke_ (“to think”), Saterland Frisian _toanke_ (“to think”), West Frisian _tinke_ (“to think”), Dutch _denken_ (“to think”), Low German _denken_ (“to think”), _dinken_, German _denken_ (“to think”), Danish _tænke_ (“to think”), Swedish _tänka_ (“to think”), Norwegian _tenke_ (“to think”), Icelandic _þekkja_ (“to know, recognise, identify, perceive”), Latin _tongeō_ (“know”). VERB THINK (_third-person singular simple present_ THINKS, _present participle_ THINKING, _simple past and past participle_ THOUGHT) * (transitive) To ponder, to go over in one's head. _Idly, the detective THOUGHT what his next move should be._ * 1908, W. B. M. Ferguson, _Zollenstein_, chapterIV: So this was my future home, I THOUGHT! Certainly it made a brave picture. I had seen similar ones fired-in on many a Heidelberg stein. Backed by towering hills, […] a sky of palest Gobelin flecked with fat, fleecy little clouds, it in truth looked a dear little city; the city of one's dreams. * (intransitive) To communicate to oneself in one's mind, to try to find a solution to a problem. _I THOUGHT for three hours about the problem and still couldn’t find the solution._ * (intransitive) To conceive of something or someone _(usually followed by OF; infrequently, by ON)._ _I tend to THINK of her as rather ugly._ * (transitive) To be of the opinion (that). _I THINK she is pretty, contrary to most people._ * (transitive) To guess; to reckon. _I THINK she’ll pass the examination._ * (transitive) To consider, judge, regard, or look upon (something) as. _At the time I THOUGHT his adamant refusal to give in right.  I hope you won’t THINK me stupid if I ask you what that means._ * To plan; to be considering; to be of a mind (to do something). * Sir Walter Scott, _Ivanhoe_ The cupbearer shrugged up his shoulders in displeasure. "I THOUGHT to have lodged him in the solere chamber," said he […] * To presume; to venture. * Bible, Matthew iii. 9 THINK not to say within yourselves, We have Abraham to our father. SYNONYMS * (communicate to oneself in one's mind): cogitate, ponder, reflect, ruminate; see also Wikisaurus:think * (be of the opinion (that)): opine; see also Wikisaurus:have opinion * (guess, reckon): guess (US), imagine, reckon, suppose * (consider, judge, regard something as): consider, deem, find, judge, regard; see also Wikisaurus:deem DERIVED TERMS RELATED TERMS * bethink * forthink * thought * thunk TRANSLATIONS NOUN THINK (_usually uncountable_, _plural_ THINKS) * An act of thinking; consideration (of something). _I'll have a THINK about that and let you know._ DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

From Middle English thinken, thynken, thenken, thenchen, from Old English þencan (to meditate, cogitate, consider; think, have in mind; suppose, imagine, hold as an opinion or belief; think of, consider, employ the mind on a subject, reason), from Proto-Germanic *þankijaną (to think, suppose, perceive), from Proto-Indo-European *teng- (to think, feel, know). Cognate with Scots think, thynk (to think), North Frisian teenk, taanke, tanke, tånke (to think), Saterland Frisian toanke (to think), West Frisian tinke (to think), Dutch denken (to think), Low German denken (to think), dinken, German denken (to think), Danish tænke (to think), Swedish tänka (to think), Norwegian tenke (to think), Icelandic þekkja (to know, recognise, identify, perceive), Latin tongeō (know).

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think (third-person singular simple present thinks, present participle thinking, simple past and past participle thought)

  1. (transitive) To ponder, to go over in one's head.
    Idly, the detective thought what his next move should be.
  2. (intransitive) To communicate to oneself in one's mind, to try to find a solution to a problem.
    I thought for three hours about the problem and still couldn’t find the solution.
  3. (intransitive) To conceive of something or someone (usually followed by of; infrequently, by on).
    I tend to think of her as rather ugly.
  4. (transitive) To be of the opinion (that).
    I think she is pretty, contrary to most people.
  5. (transitive) To guess; to reckon.
    I think she’ll pass the examination.
  6. (transitive) To consider, judge, regard, or look upon (something) as.
    At the time I thought his adamant refusal to give in right.  I hope you won’t think me stupid if I ask you what that means.
  7. To plan; to be considering; to be of a mind (to do something).
  8. To presume; to venture.
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Noun

think (usually uncountable, plural thinks)

  1. An act of thinking; consideration (of something).
    I'll have a think about that and let you know.
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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

From Old English _þyncan_ VERB THINK (_third-person singular simple present_ THINKS, _present participle_ THINKING, _simple past and past participle_ THOUGHT) * (obsolete except in methinks) To seem, to appear. * 1485, Thomas Malory, _Le Morte Darthur_, Book XV, chapter v: And whanne syr launcelot sawe he myghte not ryde vp in to the montayne / he there alyghte vnder an Appel tree / […] / And then he leid hym doune to slepe / And thenne hym THOUGHTE there came an old man afore hym / the whiche sayd A launcelot of euylle feythe and poure byleue / wherfor is thy wille tourned soo lyghtely toward thy dedely synne TRANSLATIONS STATISTICS

From Old English þyncan

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think (third-person singular simple present thinks, present participle thinking, simple past and past participle thought)

  1. (obsolete except in methinks) To seem, to appear.
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