Sinônimos de thought
the act or process of thinkingAfter much thought I decided to quit my job and go travelling.
After days of reflection she decided to write back.
His decision was the result of great deliberation.
She mistook his musing for purposeful loitering.
Lost in meditation, she walked with slow steps along the shore.
contemplation, , , , , ,
The garden is a place of quiet contemplation.
a concept or ideaIt is my thought that the situation will be resolved.
Most who expressed an opinion spoke favourably of her.
You should make your views known to your local MP.
It is my belief that a common ground can be found.
Some of his ideas about democracy are entirely his own.
There was a strong theoretical dimension to his thinking.
She added that the concept of arranged marriages is misunderstood in the west.
We came to the conclusion that it was too difficult to combine the two techniques.
He was referred to a psychiatric hospital for assessment.
the notion that musical ability is present from birth
He has a realistic notion of his capabilities.
Their religious convictions prevented them from taking up arms.
In your judgment, what has changed over the past few years?
The symphony is admirable in its conception.
He has gone down considerably in my estimation.
detailed considerationHe had given some thought to what she had told him.
He said there should be careful consideration of the company's future role.
the use of maps and visual evidence in the study of local history
He turned his attention to the desperate state of housing in the province.
I chose my words with care.
I have a very high regard for him and what he has achieved.
His private life came under media scrutiny.
He pays too much heed these days to my nephew.
an intention, hope, or reason for doing somethingThey had no thought of surrendering.
She announced her intention of standing for parliament.
Her plan was to teach the children at home.
The idea is to help lower-income families to buy their homes.
Is there some design in having him here?
a research programme that has failed to achieve its aim
They are prepared to go to any lengths to achieve their purpose.
The object of the exercise is to raise money for charity.
an intention, hope, or reason for doing somethingHe had now banished all thought of retirement.
Kevin hasn't given up hope of being fit.
His nerves tingled with expectation.
My dream is to have a house in the country.
There is little prospect of having these questions answered.
the needs and aspirations of our pupils
There's been an atmosphere of anticipation round here for some days.
They had no thought for others who might get hurt.
He had only gone along out of concern for his two grandsons.
He never seemed to have a care in the world.
His voice was full of anxiety.
We expressed our sympathy for her loss.
They preach universal kindness and compassion.
He is full of tender solicitude towards my sister.
Thought flies and words go on foot – Journal]Learning without thought is labour lost; thought without learning is perilous – Analects]
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in the sense of aim
intention or purposea research programme that has failed to achieve its aim
in the sense of anticipation
the act of anticipatingThere's been an atmosphere of anticipation round here for some days.
in the sense of anxiety
a state of uneasiness about what may happenHis voice was full of anxiety.
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