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i·de·ate

 (ī′dē-āt′)
v. i·de·at·ed, i·de·at·ing, i·de·ates
v.tr.
To form an idea of; imagine or conceive: "Such characters represent a grotesquely blown-up aspect of an ideal man ... if not realizable, capable of being ideated" (Anthony Burgess).
v.intr.
To conceive mental images; think.

i′de·a′tion n.
i′de·a′tion·al adj.
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ideation

the process of forming ideas. — ideational, adj.
See also: Thinking
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Noun1.ideation - the process of forming and relating ideas
cerebration, intellection, mentation, thinking, thought process, thought - the process of using your mind to consider something carefully; "thinking always made him frown"; "she paused for thought"
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Translations

ideation

nIdeenbildung f; (= imagination)Vorstellungsvermögen nt
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i·de·a·tion

n. ideación, proceso de formación de ideas.
paranoid ______ paranoide.
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Behind such developments lies the unspoken, but ideationally powerful, question in the United States about the proper geographical scope of China, which is likely to be with us for some time.
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On the other hand, after watching the tilt for three days, we note that there's an unwelcome tendency to make kiddie contestants intone song lyrics that are too ideationally mature for children to naturally think or utter.