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What is the past tense of think of?

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The past tense of think of is thought of.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of think of is thinks of.

The present participle of think of is thinking of.

The past participle of think of is thought of.

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This is the supreme test and England have quailed at the very thought of it.
In polytheism various religious views and values are recognized, and are thought of as moving towards their mutual existence.
The thought of that could give her the screaming abdabs if she dwelled on it.
He adds that locals know how busy the event can get, and the thought of wading through dense crowds can discourage people from attending.
The active site of a heterogeneous catalyst can be thought of as the ensemble of atoms that directly catalyzes a reaction.
Numbers in early historical times were thought of much more concretely than the abstract concepts which are our numbers today.

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