Noun: мысль мышление мнение дума


climate of opinion, climate of thought - состояние общественного мнения, общественный климат

the condensation of thought and expression, which distinguish this poet - краткость мысли и стиля, которые отличают этого поэта

entire consentaneity of thought and feeling - полное совпадение мыслей и чувств

to dally with a thought / an idea - играть с мыслью

to be deep in thought - глубоко задуматься

depressing thought - гнетущая мысль

absorbed in thought - погружённый в мысли

food for thought / reflection - пища для размышления, для ума

frightened at the very thought - пугающийся от одной только мысли

to give thought to the matter - поразмыслить над вопросом

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Thought thrives on conflict. - В споре рождается истина.

That thought has crossed my mind. - Я тоже подумал об этом.

He thought it was a "colossal" idea. - Он считал, что это потрясающая идея.

He was buried in thought. - Он был погружён в размышления.

The thought that we would soon reach home gave us courage. - Мысль о том, что скоро мы будем дома, приободрила нас.

My first thought was that something must have changed. - Первое, о чём я подумал — наверное, что-то изменилось.

a sobering thought - отрезвляющая мысль

It was just a thought. - Это были просто мысли вслух. / Так, просто подумалось.

I thought it best to call first. - Я подумал, что лучше сперва позвонить.

She was lost in thought. - Она была погружена в свои мысли.

'How strange!' he thought. - "Как странно!" — подумал он.

I thought we could meet for lunch. - Я подумал, что мы могли бы вместе пообедать.

When I found the car burnt out I thought you were a "goner". - Когда я обнаружил, что машина сгорела, то подумал, что тебе конец.

I thought I heard him leave. - По-моему, я слышал, как он ушёл.

I thought we had an agreement. - Я думал, мы договорились.

Western modes of thought - западный образ мышления

The thought struck me that... - Мне вдруг пришло в голову, что...

The thought of food nauseated me. - От мысли о еде меня затошнило.

My mind boggles at the very thought. - Я боюсь даже думать об этом.

It's a depressing thought. - Эта мысль угнетает.

He sickened at the thought. - От этой мысли ему становилось плохо.

I thought he would scent us out. - Я думал, что он пронюхает о нас.

The thought of suicide plagued her. - Мысль о самоубийстве неотступно преследовала её.

He thought he had solved the puzzle. - Он думал, что решил эту головоломку.

The thought of war appalls me. - Мысль о войне приводит меня в ужас.

He was choked with the thought. - От одной мысли об этом у него перехватывало дух.

They had thought to deceive me. - Они думали меня обмануть.

It was a sobering thought. - Эта мысль отрезвила.

Darwinian thought - дарвиновская мысль

19th century thought - (философская) мысль девятнадцатого века

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Связанные термины:

think: If you think that something is the case, you have the opinion that it is the case.

New Thought: a movement interested in spiritual healing and the power of constructive thinking

thought-out: conceived and developed in the manner specified

free thought: thought unrestrained and uninfluenced by dogma or authority, esp in religious matters

thought-read: to read someone's mind or psychically know what someone's thoughts are

second thought: If you do something without a second thought, you do it without thinking about it carefully, usually because you do not have enough time or you do not care very much.

thought pattern: A pattern is the repeated or regular way in which something happens or is done.

thought police: a group of people with totalitarian views on a given subject, who constantly monitor others for any deviation from prescribed thinking

thought process: the process or act of using your mind to consider or think about something

thought-reader: someone who can read minds or psychically know others' thoughts

thought reading: the act of reading minds or trying to psychically interpret others' thoughts

thought shower: a discussion in which new ideas are generated and discussed

thought disorder: a cognitive disorder in which the patient's thoughts or conversations are characterized by irrationality or sudden changes of subject

thought experiment: a test in which one imagines the practical outcome of a hypothesis when physical proof may not be available

thought-provoking: If something such as a book or a film is thought-provoking, it contains interesting ideas that make people think seriously .

food for thought: If you give someone food for thought, you make them think carefully about something.

on second thought: after reconsideration

perish the thought!: If someone says perish the thought, they mean that they think that a suggestion or possibility is unpleasant or ridiculous .

thought transference: the communication between people of thoughts, feelings, desires, etc, involving mechanisms that cannot be understood in terms of known scientific laws

well-thought-of: having a good reputation ; respected

well-thought-out: carefully planned

think up: If you think something up, for example an idea or plan, you invent it using mental effort .

be lost in thought: If you are lost in thought, you give all your attention to what you are thinking about and do not notice what is going on around you.

think out: If you think something out, you consider all the aspects and details of it before doing anything or making a decision .

spare a thought for: If you spare a thought for an unfortunate person, you make an effort to think sympathetically about them and their bad luck .

think back: If you think back, you make an effort to remember things that happened to you in the past .

think over: If you think something over, you consider it carefully before making a decision .

think through: If you think a situation through, you consider it thoroughly, together with all its possible effects or consequences .

give someone food for thought: to make someone think very hard about an issue

give sb pause for thought: If something gives you pause for thought, it makes you think carefully about something, especially in a different way than you have thought about it before.

on second thoughts/on second thought: You can say on second thoughts or on second thought when you suddenly change your mind about something that you are saying or something that you have decided to do.

telepathy: If you refer to telepathy, you mean the direct communication of thoughts and feelings between people's minds, without the need to use speech, writing, or any other normal signals .

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Однокоренные слова:

thoughtful - вдумчивый, заботливый, задумчивый, внимательный, чуткий, глубокий по мысли
thoughtless - необдуманный, беспечный, безрассудный, невнимательный, глупый

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