German translation of 'considerate'
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Example Sentences Including 'considerate'
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They were a meditative people, the Hainish among the crew, civil, considerate, rather somber.THE DISPOSSESSED (1974)
Acting the role of considerate host, his cheerful grin removed any suggestion of servility.FINAL RESORT (1974)
A considerate householder, home three hundred yards away, heard the crash, drove to the scene, raced back, telephoned.IN LOVE AND WAR (1974)
He was scarcely a year older than her, but proud like a fully grown man and immensely considerate.WALL GAMES (1974)
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'considerate' in Other Languages
British English: considerate /kənˈsɪdərɪt/ ADJECTIVE
A considerate person pays attention to the needs, wishes, or feelings of other people.
He's the most considerate man I've ever known.
- American English: considerate
- Arabic: مُراعٍ لـشُعُور الآخَرِين
- Brazilian Portuguese: atencioso
- Chinese: 考虑周到的
- Croatian: obziran
- Czech: ohleduplný
- Danish: hensynsfuld
- Dutch: attent
- European Spanish: atento
- Finnish: huomaavainen
- French: prévenant
- German: rücksichtsvoll
- Greek: διακριτικός
- Italian: riguardoso
- Japanese: 思いやりのある
- Korean: 이해심 많은
- Norwegian: hensynsfull
- Polish: taktowny
- European Portuguese: atencioso
- Romanian: atent
- Russian: внимательный
- Spanish: atento
- Swedish: omtänksam
- Thai: ที่คิดถึงความคิดของผู้อื่น
- Turkish: düşünceli özenli
- Ukrainian: тактовний
- Vietnamese: chu đáo
Translation of considerate from the Collins English to German Dictionary