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

The meaning of "Thought" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does happy thought mean?
A: Do you have a context? A happy thought can just mean "that's a good idea."
"let's have ice-cream"
"now that's a happy thought!".
Its a bit old fashioned though.
But a happy thought can be something you think about in an unpleasant situation to distract yourself from what's going on.
Q: What does She didn't even give him a second thought. mean?
A: She decided immediately. She only thought about the issue once.

In this situation "she" rejects "him" without thinking twice.
Q: What does spinning idle thoughts mean?
A: We can't see the context so it's hard to know for sure, but it usually means "he's thinking (or thinking out loud) for a purpose." Or "he means to come to a solution with his serious thoughts." Like, "he wasn't just daydreaming. He was really thinking."

Hope that helps. It's kinda hard to explain.
Q: What does "When thoughts roam unchecked, we find our true selves staring back at us through the void of reality. What will the say, what truths hidden?" mean?
A: When a person has time to think, free from the distractions of daily life, he can discover previously unknown things about himself.
Q: What does thought you slay me mean?
A: Usually, "slay" means to successfully outwit/ridicule/defeat someone or something:
ex: "You totally slayed them" (playing video games, win a debate, etc.)
"Slayed it B)" (working it / strutting in a fashion show, maybe you did well on a test)

Example sentences using "Thought"

Q: Please show me example sentences with thought.
A: I thought of you last night.

I thought you were crazy.

Tell me what you thought about the movie.

It is the thought that counts.

That is what I thought.
Q: Please show me example sentences with spare a thought for.
A: "Please spare a thought for the children who have lost their parents."
The phrase 'Spare a thought for..." usually send a message that something bad has happened and that we should have a moment of silence.
However, sometimes it can be used casually and like a joke. For example, if you stand on your mothers garden she might say, "Oh, spare a thought for the poor flowers."
Q: Please show me example sentences with thought .
A: She told me she thought of me yesterday.
I thought about it and called her immediately.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lost in thoughts.
A: "Sorry I was lost in thought"
Is quite a common one for when someone is talking to you but you weren't listening
Q: Please show me example sentences with thought of.
A: "I would never have thought of that." - it would not have occurred to me
"I told him what I thought of him." - I told him my opinion of him
"We all like to be well thought of." - we like people to like us
"I've just thought of something!" - I just had an idea

Synonyms of "Thought" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between though and thought and tough and through and thorough ?
A: They have different meanings, though is like however and but, thought is the past tense of think, tough means strong, through means moving from one side to the other of something, thorough means making something with regard to the details carefully. Though it wasn't raining, the weather was cold. I thought it would be easy, but it wasn't. I walked through the door. He is very thorough about everything.
Q: What is the difference between thought and although ?
A: thought is 想法/以为。Although is 虽然。
Q: What is the difference between thought and through and tough ?
A: Thought é um pensamento, ideia.
Through é ir através do algo.
Though é algo duro o rígido
Q: What is the difference between though and thought and through ?
A: Though is synonymous with "although" or "however". It implies something else is to be said.

Thought is an idea or opinion, that happens in your mind.

Through is mostly used as an adverb; to continue toward the completion of something.

The examples from emilydrake42 are good
Q: What is the difference between thoughts and minds and His thoughts of school, music and ...(Why it's thoughts instead of minds ?
A: "Thoughts" are just things we create in our head about whatever. It could be an opinion, a realization, anything really.
I think that answers your question. Hope I helped! ^^

Translations of "Thought"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? thought
A: "thought" é o passado do verbo "think" que significa "pensar"ou "achar":
"i think she's crazy" (eu acho que ela é doida)
i thought the test was difficult (eu achei a prova difícil)
também pode significar "pensamento" "what are your thoughts about the trip" (quais são seus pensamentos sobre a viajem?)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i thought we could get some spa treatment or something done & i thought it might be nice to get some spa ~~~ . what is more natural between this two
A: It would be better to say : I thought it would be nice if we could go to the spa (the second one is good though)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? thought
A: Unfortunately, there are lots of words like that. "Pear" and "Pair" are also the same. It all depends on context.

If there's a sentence where they can be used​ interchangeably, then it might be worth rewording it. However, most words like that have really different meanings, so the context of the sentence should tell you what they mean.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? thought
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? thought
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Other questions about "Thought"

Q: i thought does this sound natural?
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Q: i thought you are american. does this sound natural?
A: I thought you were American
Q: But the thoughts of college starting soon make me feel really weird does this sound natural?
A: The sentence gets the idea across, but the word choice is a little odd.
What do you mean by 'weird'? Nervous (нервове)? Anxious (Тривожно)?
"But the thought of college starting soon makes me feel really nervous."
"But the thought of college starting soon makes me feel really anxious."
Of course it depends on the context of the conversation, if you're new to college and you're in a new environment, 'weird' would be good to use.
The other minor grammar mistakes is the 's' after thoughts and the missing 's' after make.
Other than that, your english is really good!! :) Hope this helps.
Q: thought
it sound normal? just very hard word does this sound natural?
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Q: The mere thought of marrying made her father angry so much.

In my English exam, I saw this sentence.
I don't know the word "mere" and I've already looked up it, but none was found for this sentence.

So I doubt this word is true.
Do you think what word should take the place of "mere"?
A: Mere is used perfectly. However, 'so much " is wrong. Instead, it should say" very angry. "

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