Consider Definition

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1. “However, we will continue to monitor changes in behaviour to ensure we can adapt as we need to and, if necessary, bring to bear the considerable flexibility we have, ” said Fontenla-Novoa. 1
2. ''Until recently the capital , Nouakchott, was considered relatively immune to malaria because it was on the coast, near the sea, and because it had relatively little rainfall. 1
3. 'I consider you family even though we're not blood-related. What we have is familial love. ' 1
4. 'Man', as a blanket term for both men and women, is now considered sexist. 1
5. 'Right now the credit system is considered frozen, ' Harvey said. ' Unfreezing the commercial paper market won't help because many are too small to use it. 1
6. 'There is a perceived added value in that the women get to meet the potential donor, but the risks are also considerably higher, ' said the Dutch newspaper AD. 1
7. 'They seem to be changing the bits that we said were not really acceptable in 2010, ' she said of a draft party-registration law under consideration. 1
8. " A bodybuilder, for example, may be 8% body fat, yet at two hundred and fifty pounds may be considered "over-weight" by a typical height-weight chart." (Body Composition vs. 1
9. " A drought is considered "exceptional" when the situation extends beyond what "could be considered part of normal risk management, " according to the center. 2
10. " Henry Miller considers Pai Hsien-yung "a master of portraiture. 1
11. " In other words, Chinese schools are copying Western ones that consider applicants in a more holistic way as they try to nurture well-rounded individuals instead of ace test takers. 1
12. " Scampish swallow " hear this ID name, can consider a fling caution to the winds bare hobby of this woman and she how intense gender consciousness. 1
13. " The judge's initial refusal to grant the IMF chief bail also drew incredulity in France, where few could imagine that such a senior financial statesman could be considered a "flight risk. 1
14. "As the French see it, joining the civil service is not generally considered a track like any other, but a decision to devote one's life to the public interest, " purrs an official report. 1
15. "Bain didn't want to be differentiated in terms of having worse terms than everyone, " said the adviser, who previously declined to invest with Bain Capital but now would consider it. 1
16. "Banks across Europe are well endowed with sovereign debt, all of which now look very dangerous considering how fast spreads have moved," said Geoffrey Yu, an FX strategist at UBS. 1
17. "Best of all was InHye Kim, who pealed forth very prettily indeed in the soprano part, and evinced considerable stylishness and musicality". 1
18. "By the middle of this year, you'll see considerable diversion of trade away from China, " which will start to bring down the United States trade deficit with China, Mr. Fung said in an interview. 1
19. "By the middle of this year, you'll see considerable diversion of trade away from China," which will start to bring down the United States trade deficit with China, Mr. 1
20. "Climate impact assessments of suborbital and orbital rockets must consider black carbon emissions, or else they ignore the most significant part of the total climate impact from rockets," Ross said. 1
21. "Compensation" means payment of any valuable consideration for services in excess of reasonable medical and ancillary costs. 1
22. "Don't upset the apple cart," says the bird in this painting, a titmouse, considered an untrustworthy animal in Cherokee lore. 1
23. "Dortmund has financial problems like many cities in Germany, " city spokesman Michael Meinders told Reuters. "We considered several sex taxes but this was the most practical proposal. " 1
24. "For example, consideration of flexible dosing regimen of sildenafil to minimize the occurrence of adverse events may be an option, " they wrote. 1
25. "Gulag," too, is generally considered a masterwork, but of what is less clear. 1
26. "Having a registered office address in the Cayman Islands is driven by commercial considerations, not by tax avoidance, " Jennings said. 1
27. "He"s the second-best center in the league already, all things considered. 1
28. "However, China needs to be cautious of the trend considering the excessive liquidity it already faces, " he argued. 1
29. "I am deadened and heartsick beyond words to consider a life without Mary Travers and honored beyond my wildest dreams to have shared her spirit and her career, " he said. 1
30. "I consider Paraguay my second fatherland, " Brazil's most notorious drug lord, Fernandinho Beir-Mar, told Figueredo in a 2003 phone interview while he was on the run from police. 1
 

Consider

[kənˈsidər]

VERB

considers (third person present) · considered (past tense) · considered (past participle) · considering (present participle)

  - think carefully about (something), typically before making a decision.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
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