Ruminate

Terjemahan dari ruminate
verba
merenungkan
ponder, contemplate, meditate, ruminate, muse, dwell
memikirkan
think, consider, reflect, dwell, contemplate, ruminate
memikir
think, consider, speculate, ponder, care, ruminate
memamah biak
ruminate
Definisi ruminate
verba
think deeply about something.
we sat ruminating on the nature of existence
(of a ruminant) chew the cud.
As the cattle paddle, ruminant and ruminating , sociably fussing with flank to flank, they occasionally raise prying muzzles to the horizon where, spectral in the mist and distance out at sea, boats swing to the wind.
sinonim: think about, contemplate, consider, meditate on, muse on, mull over, ponder on/over, deliberate about/on, chew on, puzzle over, cogitate about
Sinonim
verba
  • think about, contemplate, consider, meditate on, muse on, mull over, ponder on/over,deliberate about/on, chew on, puzzle over, cogitate about
  • meditate, mull, mull over, muse, ponder, contemplate, chew over, excogitate, reflect,speculate, think over
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This of course allowed me to ruminate without distraction – and ruminate I did, ending any last chance for sleep.
The cow needs a balance of physical ingredients in her rumen to get her to ruminate , to slow down the flow of food through the stomach and develop rumen wall muscle tone.
As I enjoy the good fortune of greeting my 42nd new year’s day, I’ve been ruminating on one sign of my good fortune: the safe, stable, well protected civil society we enjoy.
It’s probably not worth spending any time or effort ruminating over why Hollywood decided to remake an English language film that is readily available on video and works as well today as when it first came out.
There were wagons parked there, two of them, with bison in the traces ruminating and steaming in the crisp air.
More than simply a rumination on guilt and innocence, the play examines the case and the relationship between lawyer and client through the eyes of Cook’s lawyer.
Montrealers are ruminating on the uncharacteristic torpor that has struck since Christmas.
Walking along a back country road, a man comes across a farmer standing by a bar-gate, ruminatively watching the sunset.
He ruminated on Amie’s decisions and behavior.
We are into our third round of chicha, a black cow is ruminating at the barn door.
Hockney just bought this mirror and it has given him a new impetus to do self-portraits. ‘I usually only draw myself in down periods,’ he says, slowly, ruminatively .
This oratorio is a kind of moderated dialogue between two personalities – the merry and carefree, and the thoughtful and ruminative .
And even if ruminators can come up with a solution to their problems, because rumination makes their problems seem so large it saps their motivation to take even the littlest steps towards solutions.
As the cattle paddle, ruminant and ruminating , sociably fussing with flank to flank, they occasionally raise prying muzzles to the horizon where, spectral in the mist and distance out at sea, boats swing to the wind.
She spends the early part of the film ruminating over a number of failed relationships; in fact, like the female lead in every romantic comedy, she’s looking for Mr. Right, but having a hard time finding him.
Ultimately, this romance becomes a narrative strategy for ruminating on creation and offering an alternate genesis myth.
People are often consumed with the past, ruminating about events and chewing them over and over.
It is a short step from focusing on emotions to ruminating on them, and research has shown that people who ruminate have an increased chance of becoming depressed.
I stared ruminatively into the deep, mysterious water as though it held the answers of the universe, and particularly my own dilemma.
There’s a solemn, ruminative atmosphere, and it’s strange to see so many people and hear so little noise.
When in a depressed mood, ruminators generate fewer and lower quality solutions to their problems than when they are not in a depressed mood.
She turned small issues into huge problems, spent hours ruminating about perceived inadequacies, and feared rejection.
And now you are no doubt ruminating on the results of the General Election.
In the morning, as I wake up, I start ruminating .
The shattering implications of Bellesiles’ argument for scholars, policy-makers, and ruminators upon the national character are clearly evident, but he leaves them unstated.
This is a storyline the three have been ruminating on over the last two years.
It’s not surprising, I guess, that, by writing about it, I strip memory of its power to make me miserable, controlling the extent to which my imagination works ruminatively and speculatively.
His protagonists are too full of life and way too complicated to be the mere vehicles for ruminating on the contemporary dilemmas they face.
For kids, content is malleable, subject to debate, rumination and fascination.
Narrated by Kenneth Branagh, this beautifully animated short ruminates on the topics of isolation, ignorance, loss and apathy.

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