think aloud loud

think aloud loud
think aˈloud/out ˈloud idiom
to say what your thoughts are as you have them
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  • think out loud — See: THINK ALOUD …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • think out loud — See: THINK ALOUD …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • think\ out\ loud — • think aloud • think out loud v To say what you are thinking. I wish I had more money for Christmas presents, Father thought aloud. What did you say? said Mother. Father answered, I m sorry. I wasn t talking to you. I was thinking out loud …   Словарь американских идиом

  • think aloud — To utter one s thoughts unintentionally • • • Main Entry: ↑think * * * think aloud (or think out loud) : to say your thoughts so that other people can hear them No, I wasn t talking to you. I was just thinking out loud. • • • Main Entry: ↑think …   Useful english dictionary

  • think\ aloud — • think aloud • think out loud v To say what you are thinking. I wish I had more money for Christmas presents, Father thought aloud. What did you say? said Mother. Father answered, I m sorry. I wasn t talking to you. I was thinking out loud …   Словарь американских идиом

  • think aloud — or[think out loud] {v.} To say what you are thinking. * / I wish I had more money for Christmas presents, Father thought aloud. What did you say? said Mother. Father answered, I m sorry. I wasn t talking to you. I was thinking out loud. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • think aloud — or[think out loud] {v.} To say what you are thinking. * / I wish I had more money for Christmas presents, Father thought aloud. What did you say? said Mother. Father answered, I m sorry. I wasn t talking to you. I was thinking out loud. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • think out loud — to say your thoughts aloud. I m thinking out loud now, but it looks as if I can meet you Tuesday …   New idioms dictionary

  • think aloud — reflect out loud by saying what you are thinking …   English contemporary dictionary

  • think — think1 [thiŋk] vt. thought, thinking [< ME thenchen, to think, confused with thinchen, to seem < OE thencan < PGmc * thankjan, to think: for IE base see THANK] 1. to form or have in the mind; conceive [thinking good thoughts] 2. to hold… …   English World dictionary

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