|ability to accept two conflicting thoughts at once, acceptance of opposing beliefs||doublethink|
|act of forming ideas, act of conceiving in the mind, deliberating, forming of thoughts, judgment//thinking cap, rational||thinking|
|act of making or becoming numb; anesthetization; loss of sense of touch and feeling, causing numbness, deadening feelings or thoughts||numbing|
|act of suppressing, repression; stoppage, avoidance of thoughts and feelings, cessation of bodily function, developmental failure, diminishing of oscillation, forceful prevention, removal of symptoms, reversal of mutation, see also:immunosuppression, s...||suppression|
|all the way, allow to unload or depart, authorize somebody to do or go, clarify thoughts, purify; explain; remove objects from a surface or area; exonerate; clean, wash; pass without touching; approve; gain in profit; be clarified, clearly, obviously, ...||clear|
|baffle or become baffled, hesitate with second thoughts, make a trivial mistake, prevent; hesitate; be shocked, be awed; shock, see also:mind-boggling||boggle|
|be able to use language, be on good terms, communicate nonverbally, communicate with another sea-going vessel, deliver speech to audience, express in writing, express thoughts and opinions, indicate something, make characteristic sound, talk, talk; say...||speak|
|be heedful of, choose, comprehend something, concentrate on, deliberate, conceive in the mind; believe, foresee, form thoughts, have as an opinion, have in mind, have regard, influence with the mind, intend, spell of thinking, pondering, view in certai...||think|
|body of spoken or written words with which people communicate thoughts and feelings; specialized vocabulary; nonverbal means of communication (system of symbols, etc.); manner in which a person writes or speaks; manner in which animals communicate||lang. (language)|
|body of spoken or written words with which people communicate thoughts and feelings; specialized vocabulary; nonverbal means of communication (system of symbols, etc.); manner in which a person writes or speaks; manner in which animals communicate, com...||language|
|close in friendship, intimate (of a friend, etc.), clothes covering breasts, human chest; female breasts; section of a garment that covers the chest; source of thoughts and emotions, heart; warm and welcoming place, protective place, seat of emotion, w...||bosom|
|communal group, exchange thoughts and ideas, talk intimately, group of people living together and sharing possessions and labor; group of people that share a common interest; conversation, exchange of thoughts and ideas, people living in commune, relat...||commune|
|communicating with God or other being, communication with God or other being, earnest request, petition or entreaty to god, application to God expressed in words or thoughts; one who prays, one who appeals to God, religious service with prayers, reques...||prayer|
|communication based on extrasensory means, communication through the transference of thoughts, supposed extrasensory psychic communication||telepathy|
|consider, daydream, distant, engaged in reverie; of a dream, of a fantasy, imaginary; meditative; vague, obscure, have a dream while sleeping, have thoughts and visions while sleeping; indulge in a daydream, imagine; wish for, ideal, idle hope, imagini...||dream|
|deliberate, intended, premeditated, planned, involving thoughts about objects||intentional|
|dream experienced while awake, fantasy indulged in while awake, reverie, think distracting thoughts, unrealizable hope or fantasy, wishfully imagine, think about something pleasant (while awake)||daydream|
|emotional purging through Greek tragedy, emotional release, purging of bowels, purging of complexes, purification (Medicine); emotional cleansing through drama; (Psychiatry) relief of tension and anxiety through the expression of repressed thoughts and...||catharsis|
|enthusiastically emotional expression, lyric style, song-like quality; musicality; expression of thoughts and sentiments in poetry||lyricism|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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