French translation of 'reconsider'
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Example Sentences Including 'reconsider'
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Judges rejected both offers and placed the line in formal liquidation, but said that they would reconsider their position if unions could find funding for their co-operative.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
This comes on top of stamp-duty increases and the tapering of mortgage relief forcing many landlords to reconsider their position.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He had also made clear his willingness to reconsider the position further, in certain circumstances.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
I suggest you return to the dealer and ask him to reconsider his position.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The only way to protect the future of sport is to reconsider why doping matters.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The time has arrived for him to reconsider his position on Steffon Armitage.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
This allows me to reconsider my position.The Sun (2015)
And he attacked MPs who said he should reconsider his position.The Sun (2009)
I hope the Government will take notice and reconsider this policy.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Since politics is a process we must again reconsider planning as a process, but from a wider and more explicit political perspective than that of "procedural" theory.Politics, Planning and the State (1990)
The gym chain has reconsidered its position and waived the outstanding charges.The Sun (2014)
The schools seem reluctant to reconsider their position.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
We call on the Government to reconsider its policy on cannabis and send a strong message that it remains both harmful and illegal.The Sun (2007)
I urge the Government to reconsider its position on this act.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
If the Government does decide to reconsider seriously the unnecessary changes it is making, our door is very much open.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
UK Sport still has time to reconsider its position.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: reconsider /ˌriːkənˈsɪdə/ VERB
If you reconsider a decision or method, you think about it and try to decide whether it should be changed.
They must reconsider their decision.
If at the end of two years you still feel the same, we will reconsider.
- American English: reconsider
- Arabic: يُعْيدُ التَفْكيرُ في
- Brazilian Portuguese: reconsiderar
- Chinese: 重新考虑
- Croatian: ponovno razmotriti
- Czech: znovu zvážit rozhodnutí
- Danish: genoverveje
- Dutch: heroverwegen
- European Spanish: reconsiderar
- Finnish: harkita uudelleen
- French: réévaluer
- German: nochmals überlegen
- Greek: επανεξετάζω
- Italian: riconsiderare
- Japanese: 考え直す
- Korean: 재고하다
- Norwegian: vurdere på nytt
- Polish: rozpatrzyć na nowo
- European Portuguese: reconsiderar
- Romanian: a reconsidera
- Russian: пересматривать
- Spanish: reconsiderar
- Swedish: ompröva
- Thai: พิจารณาใหม่
- Turkish: yeniden ele almak
- Ukrainian: розглядати повторно
- Vietnamese: cân nhắc lại
Translation of reconsider from the Collins English to French Dictionary