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English definition of “think something over”

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think something over

phrasal verb with think
 
/θɪŋk/ verb (thought)
to consider an idea or plan carefully before making a decision: I’ll think it over and give you an answer next week.
Translations of “think something over”
in Korean -을 심사숙고하다…
in Arabic يُفكّر مَرّة أخرى…
in Portuguese refletir sobre algo…
in Catalan reflexionar sobre ac…
in Japanese ~について熟考する…
in Italian riflettere su qualcosa…
(Definition of think something over from the Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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