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Translation of "consider" - English-Spanish dictionary

consider

verb   /kənˈsɪd·ər/
B1 to think carefully about something considerar, contemplar, reflexionar We’re considering buying a new car.
consider someone/something (to be) something
to have a particular opinion about someone or something considerar a alguien/algo algo, considerar que alguien/algo es algo We don’t consider her suitable for the job.
(Definition of consider from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

consider

verb /kənˈsidə/
to think about (carefully) considerar He considered their comments.
to feel inclined towards considerar I’m considering leaving this job.
to take into account considerar, tener en cuenta You must consider other people’s feelings.
to regard as being considerar They consider him unfit for that job.
considerable adjective
great considerable considerable wealth a considerable number of people.
considerably adverb
considerablemente Considerably fewer people came than I expected.
(Definition of consider from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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