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German translation of “consider”

consider

verb /kənˈsidə/
to think about (carefully)
nachdenken über
He considered their comments.
to feel inclined towards
in Betracht ziehen
I’m considering leaving this job.
to take into account
Rücksicht nehmen auf
You must consider other people’s feelings.
to regard as being
betrachten als
They consider him unfit for that job.
considerable adjective great
beträchtlich
considerable wealth a considerable number of people.
considerably adverb
erheblich
Considerably fewer people came than I expected.
(Definition of consider from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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