English → English - idea

Pronunciation
n. concept, thought; opinion, theory; intention, plan, goal; impression; vague supposition
n. idea, brainchild; notion, picture; mind, intention; conceit, meaning
v. think up, contrive, conceive, design, plan

English → Spanish - idea

Pronunciation
s. idea, concepto, noción, pensamiento

Spanish → English - idea

Pronunciation
[idea (f)] n. idea, concept, thought; outline, scheme; memory; intention; opinion; belief

English → French - idea

Pronunciation
n. idée; notion; concept; pensée; opinion, intention

English → German - idea

Pronunciation
n. Idee; Vorstellung, Begriff, Gedanke; Einfall; Ahnung; Meinung; Absicht

English → Indonesian - idea

Pronunciation
n. gagasan, ide, pikiran, saran, fikiran, cipta, gambaran, tanggapan, pendapat, rencana, maksud, angan, angan-angan, cita-cita, pemikiran, akal

English → Italian - idea

Pronunciation
s. idea; concetto; opinione, convincimento; impressione; progetto, piano; trovata; nozione; presentimento

English → Polish - idea

Pronunciation
n. idea, pomysł, pojęcie, wyobrażenie, myśl, koncepcja, pogląd, zamiar

English → Portuguese - idea

Pronunciation
s. idéia; pensamento; opinião; intenção

English → Romanian - idea

Pronunciation
n. idee, noţiune, imagine, gând, părere, socoteală, concepţie, vedere, sugestie, proiect, plan, bănuială, presupunere, închipuire, mod de a gândi, mentalitate, obiectul gândirii, adevărul absolut

English → Russian - idea

Pronunciation
с. идея, мысль, представление, понятие, план, воображение, фантазия, намерение

English → Turkish - idea

Pronunciation
i. fikir, düşünce, görüş, kanı, amaç, plan, niyet

English → Ukrainian - idea

Pronunciation
n. ідея, думка, поняття, план, уявлення

Italian → English - idea

Pronunciation
n. idea, brainchild; notion, picture; mind, intention; conceit, meaning

Polish → English - idea

n. idea, notion, cause, aim, end, object, conception

English → Dutch - idea

Pronunciation
zn. idee; gedachte; mening

English → Greek - idea

Pronunciation
ουσ. ιδέα

Spanish → French - idea

Pronunciation
1. (general) idée (f)
2. (pensamiento) idée (f); conception (f); pensée (f); concept (m)
3. (general) conception (f); idée (f); vue (f)

Spanish → German - idea

Pronunciation
n. idee, einfall, gedanke, vorstellung, bild, begriff, einblick, anschauung, ansicht, ahnung, meinung

Spanish → Russian - idea

Pronunciation
n. идея, понятие, представление

Italian → French - idea

Pronunciation
1. (generale) idée (f)
2. (attività mentale) idée (f)
3. (pensiero) idée (f); opinion (f); avis (m); conception (f); pensée (f); concept (m)

Italian → German - idea

Pronunciation
n. idee, vorstellung, ahnung, einsicht, meinung, begriff, eindruck, einfall, sinn, riecher, schimmer, bild, gefühl, urteil, ideal

English → Arabic - idea

Pronunciation
‏فكرة، رأي، مثل أعلى، خطة، مشروع، تصميم، فكر‏

English → Chinese - idea

Pronunciation
(名) 主意; 计划; 打算; 构想

English → Chinese - idea

Pronunciation
(名) 主意; 計劃; 打算; 構想

English → Hindi - idea

Pronunciation
n. विचार, मत, भाव, कल्पना, विश्वास, प्रत्यय, अभिप्राय, अवधारणा, योजना, इरादा, वित्ति

English → Japanese - idea

Pronunciation
(名) アイデア, 考え, 思考; 着想; 意見; 感じ

English → Korean - idea

Pronunciation
명. 생각, 개념; 의견, 견해, 이론, 사상; 의도, 개획, 목표; 인상; 막연한 가정, 예감, 예상

English → Vietnamese - idea

Pronunciation
n. quan niệm, tư tưởng, ý kiến, điều nghĩ, ý niệm, sáng kiến, cãm nghĩ

Spanish → Korean - idea

Pronunciation
n. 생각, 관념

Definition of idea

Pronunciation
Noun
1. An abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples.
2. The conception of someone or something as representing a perfect example; an ideal.
3. The form or shape of something; a quintessential aspect or characteristic.
4. An image of an object that is formed in the mind or recalled by the memory.
The mere idea of you is enough to excite me.
5. More generally, any result of mental activity; a thought, a notion; a way of thinking.
6. A conception in the mind of something to be done; a plan for doing something, an intention.
I have an idea of how we might escape.
7. A vague or fanciful notion; a feeling or hunch; an impression.
He had the wild idea that if he leant forward a little, he might be able to touch the mountain-top.
8. A musical theme or melodic subject.
© Wordnet 3.1 & Wiktionary - Combined dictionary for best results.


© dictionarist.com