|1.||the past tense and past participle of think|
|2.||the act or process of thinking; deliberation, meditation, or reflection|
|3.||a concept, opinion, or idea|
|4.||philosophical or intellectual ideas typical of a particular time or place: German thought in the 19th century|
|5.||application of mental attention; consideration: he gave the matter some thought|
|6.||purpose or intention: I have no thought of giving up|
|7.||expectation: no thought of reward|
|8.||a small amount; trifle: you could be a thought more enthusiastic|
|9.||kindness or regard: he has no thought for his widowed mother|
|[Old English thōht; related to Old Frisian thochta, Old Saxon, Old High German githācht]|
The act or the process of thinking; cogitation.
A product of thinking, such as an idea.
The faculty of thinking or reasoning.