- n. 思想；思考；想法；关心
- v. 想，思考；认为（think的过去式和过去分词）
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来自 think 的名词形式，-th,名词后缀，在 h 后缩写为 t.
- thought: [OE] Thought comes from a prehistoric Germanic noun *gathangkht-, which was formed from the same base as produced English think. Its modern Germanic relatives include German gedächtnis ‘memory’ and Dutch gedachte ‘thought’.
=> thank, think
- thought (n.)
- Old English þoht, geþoht "process of thinking, a thought; compassion," from stem of þencan "to conceive of in the mind, consider" (see think). Cognate with the second element in German Gedächtnis "memory," Andacht "attention, devotion," Bedacht "consideration, deliberation." Second thought "later consideration" is recorded from 1640s. Thought-crime is from "Nineteen Eighty-Four" (1949); thought police is attested from 1945, originally in reference to war-time Japanese Special Higher Police (Tokubetsu Koto Keisatsu).
- 1. I thought I'd enrol you with an art group at the school.
- 2. I thought you might like to read the enclosed.
- 3. "Wait there!" Kathryn rose. "No, on second thought, follow me."
- 4. I thought, "Here'ssomeone who'll understand me." So I wrote to her.
- 5. I thought a phonetic spelling might aid in pronunciation.
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