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English definition of “thinking”

thinking

noun [U]  /ˈθɪŋ·kɪŋ/ us  

thinking noun [U] (OPINIONS)

the process of forming an opinion or idea about something, or the opinions or ideas formed by this process: I feel that his thinking is outdated in some ways. Several new books have changed my thinking about terrorism.

thinking noun [U] (USE OF REASON)

the process of using your mind to understand matters, make judgments, and solve problems: I’ve done some serious thinking about our relationship. Thinking, for me, is hard work!
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