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deem

verb [T not continuous] uk   us   /diːm/ formal
C2 to consider or judge something in a particular way: [+ obj + noun/adj ] The area has now been deemed safe. [+ noun/adj] We will provide help whenever you deem it appropriate. [+ obj + to infinitive ] Anyone not paying the registration fee by 31 March will be deemed to have withdrawn from the offer.
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in Vietnamese tưởng rằng…
en español juzgar, considerar…
in Thai คิดว่า…
in Malaysian percaya…
en francés juger…
en alemán halten für…
en chino (tradicionál) 認為,視為, 覺得…
in Indonesian menilai…
en ruso считать, полагать…
en turco varsaymak, bir şekilde yargılamak, dikkate almak…
en chino (simplificado) 认为,视为, 觉得…
en polaco uznawać…
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