can't think straight
to be unable to consider things carefully or correctly
"I just can't think straight," she said, trying not to cry.
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can't think straight — can’t think straight spoken phrase to be unable to consider things carefully or correctly ‘I just can’t think straight,’ she said, trying not to cry. Thesaurus: not able to think clearlysynonym Main entry: think … Useful english dictionary
can't think straight — if you can t think straight, you are not thinking calmly and clearly about something. I was so tired I wasn t thinking straight any more. There are so many people talking, I just can t think straight … New idioms dictionary
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think straight — think clearly, be rational I m so tired I can t think straight. Let me rest; then we can talk … English idioms
think straight — to use your mind effectively. The actor said she was so surprised to be nominated for an award that she still can t think straight. Usage notes: usually used in a negative way, as in the example … New idioms dictionary
think — think1 W1S1 [θıŋk] v past tense and past participle thought [θo:t US θo:t] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(opinion/belief)¦ 2¦(use your mind)¦ 3¦(have an idea)¦ 4¦(remember)¦ 5¦(consider somebody/something)¦ 6 think of/about doing something 7 think twice 8 think… … Dictionary of contemporary English
think — think1 [ θıŋk ] (past tense and past participle thought [ θɔt ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 believe something is true ▸ 2 have particular opinion ▸ 3 consider facts carefully ▸ 4 have something in your mind ▸ 5 remember someone/something ▸ + PHRASES 1. )… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
straight — 1 /streIt/ adverb 1 IN A STRAIGHT LINE moving in a straight line: straight ahead/at/down/in front of etc: The book is on the table straight in front of you. | She was looking straight at me. | We re stuck in the middle of the road with this truck … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
think — I UK [θɪŋk] / US verb Word forms think : present tense I/you/we/they think he/she/it thinks present participle thinking past tense thought UK [θɔːt] / US [θɔt] past participle thought *** Get it right: think: The verb think is rarely used with an … English dictionary