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3 Translation results for thinking in Spanish

adjective | noun | verb

thinking adjective

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pensante

Example sentences of
thinking adjective

  • Chess is a thinking man's game.
  • it's surprising to find thinking people who believe such nonsense

thinking noun

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opinión, modo de ver

Example sentences of
thinking noun

  • Form your own opinions: don't let others do your thinking for you!
  • I've been doing some thinking about this, and I don't think you're right after all.
  • The school's curriculum encourages independent thinking.
  • A piece of quick thinking got us out of trouble.
  • I'd like to know your thinking on this.
  • What is the current thinking on the subject?

think verb

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thought, has thought, is thinking, thinks
pensar, razonar; considerar; creer, opinar; reflexionar; ocurrirse, concebir
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A woman is thinking.

Example sentences of
think verb

  • We may finish sooner than you think.
  • You should relax and try to think pleasant thoughts.
  • I was just thinking what it would be like to be a doctor.
  • I dread to think how he will react.
  • Why do you always think the worst?
  • Just think how nice it would be to live here.
  • Just think—in two days we'll be on vacation, lying on the beach.
  • I think that you can do it.
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¿Sabías esto?
  • Tenga en cuenta que la forma en el pasado es thought.
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¿Cuáles preposiciones siguen al verbo think?
  • El verbo think es seguido por las preposiciones of o about. Ejemplo: We have to think of new ways to overcome this crisis. Otro ejemplo: I thought about your idea, and I suppose it might work.

Detailed synonyms for think verb

1. Think, conceive, imagine, realize, envisage, envision, visualize significan formar una idea de algo.
  • Think indica la entrada de una idea en la mente de uno, ya sea con o sin consideración o reflexión deliberada <I've thought of a good story>.
  • Conceive connota el formar, adelantar, y normalmente, proponer una idea, un plan o un proyecto <the plan they had conceived for the building complex>.
  • Imagine recalca una visualización <trying to imagine what she'd been thinking>.
  • Realize recalca el comprender la importancia de algo vívidamente concebido o imaginado <only slowly realized the size of the task>.
  • Envisage, envision indican el concebir o imaginar algo de manera particularmente nítida o detallada <envisaged a totally computerized operation> <envisioned a world free from hunger>.
  • Visualize sugiere crear una imagen mental <trying to visualize the landscapes described in the book>.
2. Think, reflect, reason, speculate, deliberate significan usar uno los poderes de concebir, juzgar o deducir.
  • Think es un término general y puede aplicarse a cualquier actividad de la mente, pero cuando se usa solo tiende a connotar el alcanzar ideas o conclusiones claras <a course that actually teaches you how to think>.
  • Reflect connota la consideración deliberada de algo que viene a la mente o que se recuerda <reflected on fifty years of married life>.
  • Reason recalca un pensamiento que es lógico y consecutivo <reasoned that the murderer and victim must have known each other>.
  • Speculate indica un razonamiento sobre cosas que son teóricas o problemáticas <historians have speculated about the colony's fate>.
  • Deliberate connota un razonamiento y una consideración lenta o cuidadosa antes de formar una opinión o idea, o de llegar a una conclusión o decisión <the jury deliberated for five hours>.
3. See: Know

Related phrases for thinking

Reverse translation for thinking

pensante  - thinking, intelligent 
opinión  - opinion, belief 
pensar  - to think, to think, to think about, to intend, to plan on 
razonar  - to reason, to think 
considerar  - to consider, to think over, to judge, to deem, to treat with respect 
creer  - to believe, to suppose, to think 
opinar  - to think, to think, to have an opinion, to express an opinion 
reflexionar  - to reflect, to think 
ocurrirse  - to occur, to happen, to take place 
concebir  - to conceive, to conceive, to become pregnant, to conceive of, to imagine 
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