From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthink something ↔ through phrasal verbTHINK ABOUTto think carefully about the possible results of somethingThe policy has not been thought through properly.It’s my fault. I didn’t think it through.I need time to think things through.think through what/howPeople need time to think through what the changes will mean for them. →think→ See Verb table
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think through• But he is experienced enough to have thought that one through.• Had it been a move to Paris or London, my parents might have felt differently, I think.• I had thought it all through.• I like to think things through.• She needed to get away and think things through, before the emotionalburdentoppled her control.• So there are a few more things you should know if you still think testing throughblooddonation is a good idea.• Before he even began to think it through, he was convinced of that.• They should be, I thought, through most of the seventies.think through what/how• No one has thought through what happens when a group of privatecontractors are killed or taken hostage.• Also, in the process of becoming a family themselves, they consciously thought through whatkind they wanted.• They need to share in the investigation and think through what they feel they can and can not do.• It forced them to think through what they were doing, and it gave Jody some insights into their character.• Most of them have almost certainly not thought through what this would mean.• You need to think through what your value system is.