consider definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to believe carefully about.
    • To think or deem to-be; regard as. See Usage Note at as1.
    • To form an opinion about; judge: views waste becoming criminal.
    • take into consideration; remember: the woman success is certainly not astonishing in the event that you start thinking about her exceptional instruction.
    • showing consideration for: neglected to think about the emotions of other individuals.
    • To esteem; respect.
    • To look at thoughtfully.
    • to repair the mind on, with a view to a careful assessment; to consider on with care; to ponder; to study; to meditate on.
    • To look at attentively; to observe; to look at.
    • to possess regard to; to simply take into view or account; to cover due awareness of; to admire.
    • To estimate; to think; to consider; to view.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to believe carefully; reflect: provide myself time for you give consideration to.
    • to believe seriously; in order to make evaluation; to mirror; to deliberate.
    • To wait.
  • verb:
    • to consider seriously.
    • to think about doing.
    • To designate some quality to.
    • to check out attentively.
    • To use up as one example.
    • To debate or dispose of a motion.
    • give careful consideration to
    • have a look at very carefully; research psychologically
    • judge or respect; appearance upon; judge
    • think of very carefully; consider
    • consider attentively
    • tv show consideration for; account fully for
    • consider to be
    • regard or treat with consideration, value, and esteem
    • take into account for exemplifying functions
  • others:
    • to repair the mind upon, with a view to mindful evaluation; ponder; study; meditate upon; believe or mirror upon properly.
    • to see atttentively; observe and examine; scrutinize
    • To pay attention to; respect properly; to not be negligent of.
    • To view with consideration or respect; hold in honor; respect.
    • To take into view or account; provide for, or have reference to, in evaluation, or perhaps in developing an estimate: as, in adjusting records, services, time, and expenditure must- be looked at.
    • thus - , To reguite or encourage, particularly for gratuitous services.
    • To respect in a certain light; conceive under a specific aspect; judge becoming; esteem; simply take concerning; since, we consider him a rascal.
    • = Syn. 1. Meditate upon, mirror upon, etc. [see list under contemplate), weigh, revolve.
    • 4. To respect, respect.
    • to consider really, deliberately, or carefully; show; cogitate: sometimes with of.
    • To hesitate; stay suspended
    • = Syn. 1. To punder, deliberate, ruminate, cugitate.
    • to appear very carefully or attentively.

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