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Определение на английском “consideration”

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consideration

noun uk   /kənˌsɪd.əˈreɪ.ʃən/ us  

consideration noun (CAREFUL THINKING)

B2 [U] the act of thinking about something carefully: After some consideration, we've decided to sell the house. The whole matter needs (to be given) careful consideration.
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consideration noun (SUBJECT/FACT)

B2 [C or U] attention to a particular subject or fact when judging something: It may be fairly cheap to buy, but you've got to take into consideration the money you'll spend on repairs. Comfort/Safety is an important consideration.
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consideration noun (CARE)

C2 [U] behaviour that is kind and considers people's feelings: You've got no consideration for others! Could you turn your music down and show a little consideration for the neighbours! We didn't publish the details, out of consideration for the victim's family.

consideration noun (MONEY)

[C] old-fashioned or humorous a payment for a service: For a small consideration, madam, I'll show you the way there myself.
Переводы “consideration”
на корейский 고려, 생각, 배려…
на арабский أَهَمِيّة, اعْتِبار, تَدقيق النظَر…
на португальский consideração, atenção, respeito…
на каталонский factor a tenir en compte, consideració…
на японский 考慮すべきこと, 考慮, 思いやり…
на итальянский considerazione, riflessione, premura…
на китайский (традиционный) 仔細考慮, 考慮,斟酌…
на русский соображение, забота, рассмотрение…
на турецкий enine boyuna düşünme, dikkate alma, düşünüp taşınma…
на китайский (упрощенный) 仔细考虑, 考虑,斟酌…
на польский czynnik, wzgląd, namysł…
(Definition of consideration from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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