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Spanish translation of “considerate”

considerate

adjective /kənˈsidərət/
thoughtful about others
considerado
He is always considerate towards other people.
consideration noun (the act of) thinking about something, especially the needs or feelings of other people
consideración
He stayed at home out of consideration for his mother.
a fact to be taken into account in making a decision etc
preocupación
The cost of the accommodation is our main consideration.
considering preposition taking into account; despite
teniendo en cuenta, a pesar de
Considering his deafness, he manages to understand most people very well.
take into consideration to allow for (in considering a situation or problem)
tener en consideración
You must take his illness into consideration before dismissing him.
(Definition of considerate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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