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consider

EN[kənˈsɪdə] [kənsɪdɚ] [-ɪdə(r)]
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  • Consideration, a legal concept
  • The act of consideration as in Perspective (cognitive)

    Definition of consider in English Dictionary

  • VerbSGconsidersPRconsideringPT, PPconsideredPREcon-
    1. VT To think about seriously.
      1. Consider that we’ve had three major events and the year has hardly begun. ‎
    2. VT To think of doing.
      1. I’m considering going to the beach tomorrow. ‎
    3. VT To assign some quality to.
      1. Consider yourself lucky, but consider your opponent skillful. ‎
      2. I considered the pie undercooked. ‎
    4. VT To look at attentively.
      1. She sat there for a moment, considering him. ‎
    5. VT To take up as an example.
      1. Consider a triangle having three equal sides. ‎
    6. VT (parliamentary procedure) To debate or dispose of a motion.
      1. This body will now consider the proposed amendments to Section 453 of the zoning code. ‎
    7. To have regard to; to take into view or account; to pay due attention to; to respect.
    8. More Examples
      1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
        • Of particular note, although ketamine is normally considered a locomotor stimulant at subanesthetic doses, we have found locomotor depressant effects at very low subanesthetic doses.
        • Theirs is a nonrivalry of sorts, considering the many lopsided outcomes of past encounters between them, but it always proves to be intriguing.
        • For outgroup taxa, we sampled representatives of the families that are considered to be closely related to Woodsiaceae in eupolypods II based on the most recent phylogenetic studies [23 ,26 –28 ].
      2. Used in the Beginning of Sentence
        • Consider that we’ve had three major events and the year has hardly begun. ‎
        • Considering some of the other offers that were made, allowing this one piece of merchandise was by no means a cash grab; this was merely Watterson putting a toe in the water.
    • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
      1. Verbs
        • Catenative verbs
          • Reporting verbs
            • Transitive verbs
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          1. en considered
          2. en considerable
          3. en consideration
          4. en considering
          5. en considerably
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          Grammatically, this word "consider" is a verb, more specifically, a catenative verb, a reporting verb and a transitive verb.
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