think much of

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think much of (third-person singular simple present thinks much of, present participle thinking much of, simple past and past participle thought much of)

  1. To like; to hold in high esteem; to look upon favourably.
    Antonym: think little of
    I don't think much of her new book.
  2. To consider deeply. (usually in the negative)
    When he asked to have a look at my bank statements, I didn't think much of it, but now I'm certain he was up to something no good.