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thought

noun
 
 
/θɔːt/
IDEA [C] B1 an idea or opinion
düşünce, fikir
Do you have any thoughts about/on where you want to spend Christmas? [+ of + doing sth] The thought of seeing her again filled him with happiness. informal "Why don't we invite Ben?" "That's a thought (= That's a good idea)."Opinions, beliefs and points of viewIdeas, concepts and theories
THINKING [U] B2 the activity of thinking, or when you think about something carefully
düşünme
She sat staring at the picture, deep in thought. You'll need to give the matter some thought.Thinking and contemplating
CARE [no plural] when you do something that shows you care about someone
incelik, düşünceli davranış, düşünce, davranış, jest
Thanks for the card - it was a really kind thought.Kind and thoughtful
SET OF IDEAS [U] a set of ideas about a particular subject
düşünceler, fikirler
The book examines his influence on recent political thought.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
→  See also school of thought , second thought , spare a thought for sb
(Definition of thought noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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