Translation of "think" into German

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think [θɪŋk] verb Conjugation
thought / thought / thinking / thinks
denken (mental faculty)
Who doesn't think so?
Wer denkt nicht so?
I think: Necessity makes inventive.
Ich meine: Not macht erfinderisch.
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Phrases (10)

  1. think about - denken
  2. think ahead - vorausdenken
  3. think back - zurückdenken
  4. think ill - schlecht denken
  5. think of - denken
  6. think out - sich ausdenken
  7. think over - sich überlegen
  8. think tank - Denkfabrik
  9. think through - zu Ende denken
  10. think up - sich ausdenken


Who doesn't think so? Wer denkt nicht so?
I think he's happy. Ich glaube, er ist glücklich.
I think: Necessity makes inventive. Ich meine: Not macht erfinderisch.
I think it's ugly Ich finde es hässlich
I cannot think about that. Ich kann darüber nicht nachdenken.

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