American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To think carefully about.
- v. To think or deem to be; regard as. See Usage Note at as1.
- v. To form an opinion about; judge: considers waste to be criminal.
- v. To take into account; bear in mind: Her success is not surprising if you consider her excellent training.
- v. To show consideration for: failed to consider the feelings of others.
- v. To esteem; regard.
- v. To look at thoughtfully.
- v. To think carefully; reflect: Give me time to consider.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To fix the mind upon, with a view to careful examination; ponder; study; meditate upon; think or reflect upon with care.
- to view atttentively; observe and examine; scrutinize.
- To pay attention to; regard with care; not to be negligent of.
- To regard with consideration or respect; hold in honor; respect.
- To take into view or account; allow for, or have regard to, in examination, or in forming an estimate: as, in adjusting accounts, services, time, and expense ought to- be considered.
- Hence - , To reguite or reward, particularly for gratuitous services.
- To regard in a particular light; conceive under a particular aspect; judge to be; esteem; take for; as, I consider him a rascal.
- = Syn. 1. Meditate upon, Reflect upon, etc. [see list under contemplate), weigh, revolve.
- 4. To respect, regard.
- To think seriously, deliberately, or carefully; reflect; cogitate: sometimes with of.
- To hesitate; stand suspended
- = Syn. 1. To punder, deliberate, ruminate, cugitate.
- To look carefully or attentively.
- v. transitive To think about seriously.
- v. transitive To think of doing.
- v. transitive To assign some quality to.
- v. transitive To look at attentively.
- v. transitive To take up as an example.
- v. transitive, parliamentary procedure To debate or dispose of a motion.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To fix the mind on, with a view to a careful examination; to think on with care; to ponder; to study; to meditate on.
- v. To look at attentively; to observe; to examine.
- v. To have regard to; to take into view or account; to pay due attention to; to respect.
- v. To estimate; to think; to regard; to view.
- v. To think seriously; to make examination; to reflect; to deliberate.
- v. Poetic & R. To hesitate.
- v. give careful consideration to
- v. look at carefully; study mentally
- v. judge or regard; look upon; judge.
- v. think about carefully; weigh.
- v. look at attentively
- v. show consideration for; take into account
- v. deem to be
- v. regard or treat with consideration, respect, and esteem
- v. take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
- From Middle English consideren, from Middle French considerer, from Latin considerare. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English consideren, from Old French, from Latin cōnsīderāre : com-, intensive pref.; see com- + sīdus, sīder-, star. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“Another thing to consider is that the longest term that a Mexican passport is valid is five years, if you pay the highest fee for it.”
“Something to consider is that many Mexicans have lived and worked in the United States, have seen television, and cultural exchange of this type is inevitable.”
“Something else that you need to consider is that unlike the US where the fed says they are going to keep rates low for "an extented period of time" .... the bank of mexico is saying that they forsee inflationary pressures in the near future and most analysts are saying they expect the Mexican "fed" to start raising rates in the first quarter of 2010.”
“The other thing you might want to consider is the party scene.”
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