Consider - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |kənˈsɪdər|  American pronunciation of the word consider
Brit.  |kənˈsɪdə|  British pronunciation of the word consider
- deem to be (syn: reckon, regard, see, view)
- give careful consideration to (syn: study)
- take into consideration for exemplifying purposes (syn: deal, take)
- show consideration for; take into account (syn: count, weigh)
- think about carefully; weigh (syn: debate, deliberate, moot, turn over)
- judge or regard; look upon; judge (syn: believe, conceive, think)
- look at attentively (syn: regard)
- look at carefully; study mentally (syn: view)
- regard or treat with consideration, respect, and esteem


We are considering you for the job.

She refused to consider my request.

He seriously considered changing careers.

The jury has considered the evidence and reached a verdict.

The policy was well researched and well considered.

Please consider what I've said.

We never considered the possibility that the plan could fail.

He paused a moment to consider before responding.

You have to consider that he is only three years old.

When you consider how long she worked there, it's surprising that she would leave so suddenly.

We considered him as a possible candidate.

She considered resigning.

They considered where to hide the money.

We considered her to be our friend.

We considered her qualified, we considered her a genius.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: consider
he/she/it: considers
present participle: considering
past tense: considered
past participle: considered
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