To put one's thinking cap on

Submitted by sajlovicnatasa on 01.05.2017

To put one's thinking cap on (English) — To say that you are taking time to pander, to think over something. Whether to recollect it, to think out pros and cons (good and bad), plot a plan, or to allow time to delay as an excuse if suspecting bad intentions, or to allow someone to finish something themselves. "Explain an idiom...hmm. Let me put my thinking cap on."

English, explained by Ww Ww on Wed, 20/12/2017 - 04:22

To put one's thinking cap on — Razmišljati o čemu. Mućnuti glavom. Lupati glavu, Mozgati.

Serbian, explained by sajlovicnatasa on Mon, 01/05/2017 - 22:20