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think

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[θɪŋk] [θɪŋk]

vt.想;思索;以为;看待

vi.思辩;考虑;构想;回忆

adj.深思的;供思考的

n.想;想法

常用短语

  1. think of

    记起,想起,考虑,想像,关心

  2. think so

    如此想法

  3. think on

    v. 考虑,思量

  4. 更多词组短语 »

场景例句

  1. I think as you do.

    我和你想到一块儿了。

  2. Now let me think...

    嗯,让我想想…

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  3. I think she fancies me.

    我认为她爱我。

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同义词辨析

  • 以下词都有“认为”的意思,区别是:
  • consider 指经过考虑和观察后得出的结论。

    think 普通用词,指按照自己的意见提出看法。

    believe 通常指根据一定的证据,经思考后而认为属实。

    count 指作出判断后而得出的看法等。

    deem 正式用词,常用于法律、文学,强调作判断而不是思考。

    reckon 指对人或事作全面"权衡",把各方面意见考虑进去后得出结论。

    regard 侧重凭外表或表面现象作判断。多强调观点。

  • 以下词都有“在思想中形成一个看法或观念”的意思,区别是:
  • think 最普通用词,指想或思索,也指由反复思考而作出判断或得出结论等。

    conceive 指在头脑中组织好自己的思想,在心中形成一个系统的思想或一个见解。

    imagine比conceive更强调形象思维,指在头脑中形成一个清晰明确的意象。

    fancy与imagine略不同,往往指的是不切实际的,属于梦幻般的想象。

    realize 指领悟,通过生动的构思或想象从而抓住事物的本质。

  • 以下词都有“思考,判断,思索”的意思,区别是:
  • think 一般用词,指开动脑筋形成看法或得出结论的脑力活动。不着重结论是否正确,见解是否有用。

    deliberate 指缓慢、按部就班地作仔细而认真的思考或判断。

    meditate 语气较强,指认真地长时间集中精力进行思考。

    muse 通常指漫无目的地猜想。

    reason 指根据资料、证据或事实进行推断,作出结论或判断的逻辑思维活动。

    reflect 指回想或回顾,侧重认真而冷静地反复地思考某个问题,尤指对已发生事情的思索。

    speculate 指推论过程,隐含在证据不足的基础上作出推测或设想。

    词根: -think- 想,思考
  1. think [θɪŋk] vt. 想;思索;以为;看待 vi. 思辩;考虑;构想;回忆 adj. 深思的;供思考的 n. 想;想法

    think: -think-想,思考

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think 想,想象,思考,认为

来自古英语 thencan,想象,来自 Proto-Germanic*thankjan,思考,来自 PIE*teng,思考,考虑,可能进一步来自 PIE*ten,延伸,延长,词源同 extend,tentative.比喻用法,即展开想象的翅膀。

think 想,思考,打算;认为,以为

来源于史前日耳曼语。

同源词:thank,thought

think (v.)

Old English þencan "imagine, conceive in the mind; consider, meditate, remember; intend, wish, desire" (past tense þohte, past participle geþoht), probably originally "cause to appear to oneself," from Proto-Germanic *thankjan (source also of Old Frisian thinka, Old Saxon thenkian, Old High German denchen, German denken, Old Norse þekkja, Gothic þagkjan).

Old English þencan is the causative form of the distinct Old English verb þyncan "to seem, to appear" (past tense þuhte, past participle geþuht), from Proto-Germanic *thunkjan (source also of German dünken, däuchte). Both are from PIE *tong- "to think, feel" which also is the root of thought and thank.

The two Old English words converged in Middle English and þyncan "to seem" was absorbed, except for its preservation in archaic methinks "it seems to me."

As a noun, think, "act of prolonged thinking," is attested by 1834. The figurative thinking cap is attested from 1839.

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