English to Samoan Meaning :: thinking

Thinking :
mafaufau
- mafaufaunonthinking
 

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Noun(1) the process of using your mind to consider something carefully
Verb(1) judge or regard; look upon; judge(2) expect, believe, or suppose(3) use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments(4) recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection(5) imagine or visualize(6) focus one's attention on a certain state(7) have in mind as a purpose(8) decide by pondering, reasoning, or reflecting(9) ponder; reflect on, or reason about(10) dispose the mind in a certain way(11) have or formulate in the mind(12) be capable of conscious thought(13) bring into a given condition by mental preoccupation
Adjective(1) endowed with the capacity to reason

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(1) Four of the statements were about issues that dominated his thinking at the time and were highly emotional.(2) Can you tell us something about these experiences and how they shaped your thinking ?(3) Yet the late 1980s and early 1990s have also seen the return of ideas based on mercantilist thinking .(4) Clear thinking , good ideas and listening to what customers want are the core elements.(5) In the process, they'll learn about generating ideas and stimulating creative thinking .(6) In reality, analytical and intuitive thinking support and complete each other.(7) Greta, you strike me and always have, as a very rational, articulate woman, a thinking woman.(8) Why have these discredited ways of thinking become so influential once again?(9) They are best developed through regular exposure to assignments that are process oriented and that require critical thinking .(10) There are other, more objective factors that will doubtless be shaping his thinking .(11) I believe that many thinking people will come back to the Democrats.(12) I have no idea what their thinking is at this moment in time other than by reading their own public utterances.(13) The harder question is how much she influences his thinking and his decisions.(14) Such offences, so the thinking goes, are of a lesser order and should not stigmatize violators.(15) He also gave police an insight into his thinking , ideas that led him to set the bush alight.(16) But surely, you might say, she is an intelligent woman, the thinking man's posh totty.
Related Words
(1) think ::
manatu
(2) thinking about ::
mafaufau e uiga i
(3) wishful thinking ::
mafaufauga wishful
(4) critical thinking ::
mafaufauga faitio
(5) without thinking ::
aunoa ma le mafaufau
(6) way of thinking ::
ala o mafaufauga
(7) creative thinking ::
mafaufau fatufatuai
(8) stop thinking ::
taofia mafaufau
(9) lateral thinking ::
mafaufauga lateral
Synonyms
Noun
1. reasoning ::
fīnau
2. logic ::
losika
4. theory ::
teori
5. line of thought ::
laina o mafaufauga
6. philosophy ::
filosofia
11. position ::
tulaga
12. judgment ::
faamasinoga
13. assessment ::
iloiloga
14. evaluation ::
iloiloga
Adjective
15. intelligent ::
poto
16. sensible ::
māfaufau
17. reasonable ::
talafeagai
18. rational ::
fetaui tonu ai
19. logical ::
losika
21. thoughtful ::
faʻalogogōfie
22. reflective ::
e mafaufau loloto ai
23. meditative ::
meditative
24. contemplative ::
loloto
25. pensive ::
pensive
26. shrewd ::
atamai
27. philosophical ::
faafilosofia
28. sagacious ::
sagacious
Different Forms
nonthinking, thinking
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Right now, Tuco\'s thinking,
\

Right now, Tuco's THINKING, "Yeah, hey,

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 1


You thinking
what I\'m thinking?

You THINKING what I'm THINKING?

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14


I don\'t imagine
thinking about that subject

I don't imagine THINKING about that subject

Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4


Yeah, yeah, yeah, l got it,
your brother-in-law.
Okay, l\'m thinking.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, l got it, your brother-in-law. Okay, l'm THINKING.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 8


I was thinking a nice cup
of leaf soup.

I was THINKING a nice cup of leaf soup.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 10


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