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contemplate

verb /ˈkontəmpleit/
to think seriously (about)
considerar
I was contemplating (= feeling inclined towards) having a holiday She contemplated her future gloomily.
to look thoughtfully at
contemplar
The little boy stood contemplating himself in the mirror.
contemplation noun
contemplación
She sat in silent contemplation of the scene in front of her.
contemplative /kənˈtemplətiv, (American) ˈkontəmpleitiv/ adjective
contemplativo, pensativo
Elaine was in a contemplative mood.
contemplatively adverb
contemplativamente, pensativamente
She was staring at the picture contemplatively.
(Definition of contemplate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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