vb. To create in one's mind; to originate an idea through thought.
look on as or consider; "she looked on this affair as a joke"; "He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician"; "He is reputed to be intelligent" [syn: repute, regard as, look upon, look on, esteem, take to be]
choose in one's mind; "Think of any integer between 1 and 25"
Usage examples of "think of".
She could think of nothing save what Lady Catherine had told her about him.
Whatsoever I am able to desire or to think of for my solace, I look for it not here, but hereafter.
And we very willingly talk and think of those things which we love or desire, or else of those which we most dislike.
He turned to Beralyn, trying to think of the words that would soften her stony expression.
She could think of nothing she might possibly want that she did not have.
So it's no longer really possible to think of GUIs as being distinct from the OS.
I bless Thee, O Heavenly Father, Father of my Lord Jesus Christ, for that Thou hast vouchsafed to think of me, poor that I am.
In the state of prostration to which I was reduced, it was madness to think of ever again seeing the light of day.
I can't think of any true story just at this moment, so I will tell you a sort of a fairy one.
After all, there was one woman--the only woman he ought to think of--who was not afraid of hardship for the sake of her husband.
We were not forever trapped in boredom as we are here, with little to do other than to think of the fate of the beaches.
Now we must think of fodder for the mastodons and wood for our fires.