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think something out (or through)

Definition of think something out or through in English:

Consider something in all its aspects before taking action: the plan had not been properly thought out
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  • Every aspect of the house has been thought out in great detail, but for Eleanor the most appealing benefits are the views.
  • Many suggestions were thought out and considered as hours flew by with still no real progress.
  • There were some last-minute additions to the program, but they weren't thought out properly.
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