To concentrate on; aspire to; desire: A fashion magazine could tell its readers to ''think pink'' one season, because they'd been thinking navy blue or yellow or aqua the season before (1980s+)
Whose idea was it to invite all of us here for these interviews and why did you think something like this was necessary?
But, yes, I think something about you gets formed very early.
Without betraying confidences, I think something similar happened in Atlanta.
And yet, the media helped get nearly half of America to think something corrupt happened here, when it did not.
As you ponder whether the Obama tax hike can pass the House, I bet you think something like, “All he needs is a few Republicans.”
If she did not appear, her chums might think something had happened to her and start a search.
Well,” said Dean hesitating, “I am afraid I did think something of the kind.
Do you know—you have said something—you have made me think something—put something before me.
I think something may be gained here by descending into the particulars.
I should think something ought to be done about him, for his family's sake, if nothing else.