The English phrasal verb THINK OVER means you are thinking about or considering something or thinking about the options available for a period of time. This phrasal verb lesson includes examples and explanations that you can practice the correct way it is used.
Phrasal Verb: Think Over
Phrasal Verb Think Over
Alternative Meaning: Thinking about or to consider something
- I can’t make a decision right now this is something I have to think over for a few days.
- I can’t make a decision at this moment this is something I have to consider over the next few days or this is something I have to think about for the next few days.
- My boss gave me a problem to solve at work and I really had to think it over to find a solution.
- My boss gave me a problem to solve at work I really had to consider it to find a solution.
- Or My boss gave me a problem to solve at work and I really had to think about it to find a solution.
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