think to

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think to

1. To have an inner monologue; to make a statement to oneself in one's mind, without saying it out loud. I had a moment where I thought to myself, "Why am I even working here?" I'm sure they don't think to themselves, "What if we're the bad guys?" They just don't care.
2. To have the idea to do something. I'm sorry, I didn't think to run the dishwasher before we left.
See also: think
References in classic literature ?
I read your letters attentively, and can see from them that, though you worry and disturb yourself about me, you never give a thought to yourself.
If you've ever watched a movie and thought to yourself, `a seven-year-old could have come up with this', you're going to have some-thing to say about The Adventures Of Sharkboy And Lavagirl In 3-D.
Come to think of it, how many times have you wok en up after a particularly raucous night out and thought to yourself that you might actually be a goblin too?
If you've ever thought to yourself, Anthony Hopkins is such a great actor, I'd listen to him read the phone book, here's your chance.
HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT to yourself, when going to a new skatepark, what kind of interesting street set-up might be there?
Have you ever seen something and thought to yourself, I can make it better than that?