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think out
verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
  • she had thought out very carefully what she was going to say
    había pensado muy bien or planeado cuidadosamente lo que iba a decir
    the policy has not been properly thought out
    la política no ha sido estudiada or elaborada con el debido cuidado
    a well thought-out proposal
    una propuesta bien elaborada
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