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Meaning of “thoughtful” - Learner’s Dictionary

thoughtful

adjective     /ˈθɔːtfəl/
QUIET quiet because you are thinking about something: You look thoughtful.Deep in thought
KIND B2 kind and always thinking about how you can help other people: Thank you for the card - it was very thoughtful of you.Kind and thoughtful
thoughtfully adverb She gazed thoughtfully into the distance. thoughtfulness noun [U]
(Definition of thoughtful from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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