Definition of 'consider'
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We will carefully consider feedback and any affordable proposals that members or their representatives make. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We are considering carefully how we approach future issues. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Such issues of consent are the cornerstone of the law and needed to be carefully considered. The Sun (2016)The officer said that she would advise other women to think carefully before considering a career within the union. Times, Sunday Times (2016)At one time, it was considered bad taste to project too much. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Previously, the oneday game was always considered second in terms of importance. The Sun (2016)I don't think either is considering playing that way. The Sun (2016)That's not so bad, considering. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He said:'If this scheme is low cost and effective it makes sense to consider it on a wider scale. The Sun (2016)He will always consider himself the winner. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is considered " bad form" to "sing our own praises". Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)Villas-Boas might like to consider that recommendation carefully. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Windows that are painted shut are not considered an acceptable alternative. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is an idea that has been discussed and considered in the past. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Burnell considered this not bad at all. Somewhere East of Life (1994)This is a complex issue and one that needs to be carefully considered. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The ruling is likely to influence what is considered acceptable in future election literature. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All of these areas were considered and discussed. ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)Once that has happened we will carefully consider all our options. Times, Sunday Times (2014)How is the situation to improve if this is apparently considered acceptable? Times, Sunday Times (2013)We consider all of this conduct unacceptable and urge you to remind your members about what should be considered acceptable behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And we can always consider adoption. The Sun (2013)Using scheduled flights is not always possible, but is always considered. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Smart Mercury helps you consider and discuss money in the confident way that gets results. The Sun (2014)Not bad considering their average age is still only 22.. The Sun (2008)That should be the message and this change will tell motorists that speed limits are carefully considered and therefore are to be obeyed. The Sun (2014)I suggested we simply consider ways to make our church more welcoming in general to the diverse population of our city. Christianity Today (2000)He added: 'I think she should consider her position. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'consider'
British English: consider /kənˈsɪdə/ VERB
If you consider a person or thing to be something, this is your opinion of them.
I consider him a coward.
- American English: consider
- Arabic: يَعْتَبِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: considerar
- Chinese: 考虑
- Croatian: smatrati
- Czech: považovat
- Danish: overveje
- Dutch: beschouwen
- European Spanish: considerar sopesar
- Finnish: harkita
- French: considérer
- German: betrachten als
- Greek: λαμβάνω υπόψη
- Italian: considerare
- Japanese: みなす
- Korean: ...을 숙고하다
- Norwegian: vurdere
- Polish: rozważyć
- European Portuguese: considerar
- Romanian: a considera
- Russian: считать
- Spanish: considerar tener en cuenta
- Swedish: överväga
- Thai: พิจารณา
- Turkish: düşünmek hesaba katmak
- Ukrainian: вважати
- Vietnamese: xem xét
Definition of consider from the Collins English Dictionary
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