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Translation of "thought" - English-Spanish dictionary

thought

verb /ˈθoːt/
see think. thoughtful adjective (appearing to be) thinking deeply
pensativo
You look thoughtful a thoughtful mood.
thinking of other people; consideration
considerado, atento
It was very thoughtful of you to do that.
thoughtfully adverb
pensativamente; con consideración
The thoughtfully provided umbrellas for everyone.
thoughtfulness noun
estado pensativo/meditabundo; atención, consideración
thoughtless adjective not thinking about other people; showing no thought, care or consideration; inconsiderate
desconsiderado, poco considerado
thoughtless words.
thoughtlessly adverb
con poca consideración; a la ligera, sin pensar
thoughtlessness noun
falta de consideración; irreflexión
thought bubble noun (in cartoons) a cloud shape containing the words which a cartoon character is thinking.
Bocadillo / Globito de Historieta
(Definition of thought from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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