Translation of considerar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 [asunto/posibilidad] to consider; [oferta] to consider, give … consideration; [ventajas/consecuencias] to weigh up, consider considera los pros y los contras weigh up the pros and cons bien considerado, creo que … all things considered, I think that … tenemos que considerar que esta es su primera infracción we must take into account that this is her first offense considerando que ha estado enfermo considering (that) he's been ill 1.2 [formal] (tratar con respeto) to show consideration for, to consider
- 2 [formal] (juzgar, creer) (+ complemento/+ complement) to consider fue considerado como una provocación it was considered (to be) o/or [formal] deemed (to be) provocative eso se considera de mala educación that's considered bad manners considero casi imposible que podamos llegar a un acuerdo I believe it is o/or I consider it to be almost impossible for us to reach an agreement se le considera responsable del secuestro he is believed to be responsible for the kidnapping está muy bien considerado he is very highly regarded
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