Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Think"

The meaning of "Think" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I think 〜 come soon. mean?
A: @Young0501: normally people who pick or talk about or support euthanasia is people that are very ill like a very painful cancer. euthanasia is a choice for someone to choose when they want to die. They want to die when they want. They want to die sooner and in a nice way than wait and die in pain. It is when you want to choose the time of death. Normally very very ill people would like to have this. As they are going to die it's just a matter of when. So the people want to say I want to end my life sooner. The passage is saying this is a good thing. It's a sensible thing and it is helping the person die in a nicer way in their own choice of time. They will end life themselves rather than wait on their life to end naturally. They are saying it is good because the person who is sick could be in extreme pain. Hurting alot so the pain and the hurt will stop if they have euthanasia. The person IS going to die they are NOT going to get better, so instead of taking pain medication paying for nurses to help them feel comfortable they want to just end it now and this will save money paying for medicine and nurses. It will stop family crying and being upset for a longer period of time. They want all the suffering to end now instead of later.
Q: What does i think you are making it up mean?
A: "I think you're lying"
Q: What does I can think of after ~ mean?
A: It means "something is the most" in some measure, but other things are similar in degree.

In this case, the website is the biggest waste of time to the speaker, but the internet making "defense squads" is the second-biggest waste of time.
Q: What does I think I can dig that mean?
A: I think I can like or appreciate that. 'dig' is sort of like a slang word often used in American English.
Q: What does think out loud/aloud mean?
A: It means to actually say (aloud) what you think. Other people are able to hear what you think.

think out loud
Fig. to say one's thoughts aloud. Excuse me. I didn't really mean to say that. I was just thinking out loud. Mr. Johnson didn't prepare a speech. He just stood there and thought out loud. It was a terrible presentation.
See also: loud, out, think
think out loud (spoken)
to say your thoughts aloud I'm thinking out loud now, but it looks as if I can meet you Tuesday.

Example sentences using "Think"

Q: Please show me example sentences with think and thought.
A: I think so.
I thought he was coming.
I think the big one is better.
She thought so too.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to not think much of ..........
A: "I do not think much of him."
"You should not think much of it."
"They do not think much of you."

This just means that something is too small to worry about. It can also mean that a person is being held at low expectations. If someone doesn't think much of you, it means that they don't expect much from you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I think so .
A: Will you to the game tonight?
If don't rain I think so
Q: Please show me example sentences with think creatively.
A: In order to be successful today in business, you need to be able to think creatively.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I would think so. .
A: @sallykyoko "I think so" sounds a bit more unsure. "I would think so" means, "I would think that is common knowledge" or "I would think everyone knows that".

Basically, "I would think so" has a higher degree of assurance.

Synonyms of "Think" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between think about and think of ?
A: There's almost no difference and they can be used interchangeably for the most part. "Think about" implies you're thinking more deeply about something, possibly that you haven't completely figured out what you feel or believe yet. "Think of" is more fleeting, like you're thinking back on something that you already formed an opinion on. It's not an important difference.
Q: What is the difference between I thought to call you. and I thought i would call you. ?
A: Sure!
For "I thought I'd call you"
Basically, the person means,
"Hey, I had the thought to call you, so I did."
At that point, the people involved are likely to be talking to each other due to the 2nd person's choice to call the 1st person.
For "I had the thought to call you." You don't hear that too much, but if someone has the thought to call you, it means it went through their mind. Maybe my explanation was a bit confusing because I myself never really hear people say "I thought to call you." It's usually "I thought I'd call you."
I hope this makes sense. I'll gladly clear up any confusions you may have!
Q: What is the difference between think of and think about ?
A: Think of your favorite place to go.
Think about your favorite place to go.

These are interchangeable when in command form.

I think about buying one, but then I change my mind.
If I could think of an example, I would tell you.

These are more conditional examples.
Q: What is the difference between I think what〜 and I think that〜 ?
A: I think what you mean is different from what you're saying.

I think that it's a little pricey but I'll buy it anyway.
Q: What is the difference between any more and any longer (I think probably the same, but I'm not sure) ?
A: anymore and any longer can both refer to time "i dont wanna do this anymore" or the more formal "i do not want o do this any longer". However "any more" can also mean a quantity. "we dont have any more cookies." "i dont have any more time"

Translations of "Think"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i think it is difficult '당연한 소리를 하고 있네'
A: You're stating the obvious
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? think
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? think
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I think it can't work or I think THAT can't work?
A: I would say neither..

I don't think it can work.
or
I don't think that can work.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I thought
A: @drdcyber:

Other questions about "Think"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce " think, thousand, thought, thank"?.
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Q: I thought he got slight injured Does this sound natural?
A: I thought he got slightly injured

Or

I thought he got a mild injury
Q: Please show me how to pronounce (though, through, tough, thorough and thought) .
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Q: A: I think he likes me too.
Me: That's awesome! But what makes you say that? Does this sound natural?
A: But what makes you "think so"?
(think so) would be more commonly used in this situation.
Q: I only think about moving forward Does this sound natural?
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