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British English: /kənˈsɪdə/
American English: /kənˈsɪdər/

Translation of consider in Italian:

transitive verb

  • 1 (give thought to, study)
    (alternatives, options, facts, proposal, question, beauty)
    (case, evidence, letter, problem, offer)
    to consider how
    riflettere su come
    to consider why
    esaminare i motivi per cui
    to consider whether
    valutare se
    consider this
    the jury is considering its verdict
    la giuria sta deliberando
  • 2 (take into account, bear in mind)
    prendere in considerazione
    (risk, cost, difficulty, matter)
    tenere conto di, avere considerazione per
    (person's feelings, wishes)
    when you consider that …
    se consideri che …
    all things considered
    tutto sommato o in fin dei conti
  • 3 (envisage, contemplate)
    prendere in considerazione
    (course of action, purchase)
    to consider doing
    prendere in considerazione di fare
    to consider somebody for a role
    pensare a qualcuno per un ruolo
    she considered me for second prize
    ha pensato a me per il secondo premio
    to consider somebody, something as something
    pensare a qualcuno, qualcosa come a qualcosa o considerare qualcuno, qualcosa (come) qualcosa
  • 4 (regard) See examples:I consider her (to be) a good teacher, choice
    la considero una buona insegnante, scelta
    to consider that …
    considerare che …
    I consider it my duty to warn him
    ritengo che sia mio dovere avvertirlo
    to consider somebody, something favourably
    vedere qualcuno, qualcosa favorevolmente
    consider the matter closed
    considerate il discorso chiuso
    consider it done, forgotten, a deal
    consideralo fatto, dimenticato, un affare concluso

intransitive verb

reflexive verb

  • to consider oneself (to be) a writer, genius
    considerarsi uno scrittore, un genio

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