think sth over Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"think sth over" in British English

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think sth over

phrasal verb with think uk   us   /θɪŋk/ verb (thought, thought)
B2 to ​consider an ​idea or ​plancarefully before making a ​decision: I'll ​think it over and give you an ​answer next ​week.
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think sth over

phrasal verb with think uk   us   /θɪŋk/ verb [I or T] (thought, thought)
to consider an ​idea or ​plan carefully before making a decision: He ​asked if he could ​think the ​proposal over before giving an answer.
(Definition of think sth over from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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