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English definition of “think of/about sb/sth”

think of/about sb/sth

verb uk phrasal verb with think   /θɪŋk/ (thought, thought) us  
B1 to remember or imagine someone or something: I thought of you immediately when they said they wanted someone who could speak English. He was thinking about the time he spent in the army.
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