Definition of 'considerate'
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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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Translations for 'considerate'
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
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