consideration


consideration
noun
1 careful thought about sth
ADJECTIVE
careful, detailed, full, serious

After careful consideration, I have decided to resign.

What is needed is a full consideration of the dilemma.

adequate, due, proper, sufficient (esp. BrE)
further

His argument deserves further consideration.

thoughtful

Both options require thoughtful consideration of the costs.

critical

The final issue was devoted to critical considerations of individual writers.

special, urgent (esp. BrE)
active
VERB + CONSIDERATION
give sth, take sth into

We will give your proposals serious consideration.

You must take the size of the room into consideration.

deserve, merit, warrant

Several limitations of this study merit consideration.

need, require
receive
PREPOSITION
after consideration

After due consideration, it was decided not to offer her the job.

for sb's consideration

I enclose the report for your consideration.

in consideration of (= as payment for sth) (formal), on consideration

On consideration, we have decided not to come.

under consideration

proposals under active consideration

2 thinking about other people's wishes and feelings
VERB + CONSIDERATION
have

You have no consideration for me, nor for anyone else.

show sb, treat sb with

She showed little consideration for the beginners.

PREPOSITION
out of consideration

He did it out of consideration for his daughter.

consideration for
3 sth you think about when deciding sth
ADJECTIVE
important, key, main, major

Pricing and product availability are key consideration to users.

overriding, paramount, primary, prime

Hawtrey had argued that there were two primary considerations for monetary policy.

minor, secondary

Health concerns were a secondary consideration to the reformers.

additional

Here are a few additional considerations that may help in making the correct decision.

aesthetic, commercial, cost, economic, environmental, ethical, financial, health, legal, moral, personal, political, practical, pragmatic, safety, security, strategic, theoretical

Cost considerations are normally secondary to such issues as how effective each method will be.

based on both theoretical considerations and experimental data

The project was driven by the most pragmatic considerations.

VERB + CONSIDERATION
be

Taxes are a major consideration when thinking about selling or buying a house.

take account of (esp. BrE), take into account

There are several important safety considerations that must be taken into account.

PHRASES
to be worth consideration

The new software offers some features worth consideration.


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  • considération — [ kɔ̃siderasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • XIIe; lat. consideratio 1 ♦ Action d examiner avec attention. ⇒ attention, étude, examen. Affaire qui demande une longue considération. Vieilli Sans considération de personne. ⇒ acception. Mod. Être digne de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • considération — CONSIDÉRATION. sub. f. Action par laquelle on considère, on examine. Cela est digne de considération. Cela mérite considération, demande une longue considération, beaucoup de considération. f♛/b] En ce sens, il signifie au pluriel, Réflexions,… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • consideration — Consideration. s. f. v. Action par laquelle on considere. Il a fait cela sans consideration. cela est digne de consideration. cela merite consideration. longue consideration. Il signifie aussi, Raison, esgard. Il a fait cela par telle… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Consideration — Con*sid er*a tion (k[o^]n*s[i^]d [ e]r*[=a] sh[u^]n), n. [L. consideratio: cf. F. consid[ e]ration.] 1. The act or process of considering; continuous careful thought; examination; contemplation; deliberation; attention. [1913 Webster] Let us… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • consideration — [kən sid΄ər ā′shən] n. [ME consideracioun < L consideratio] 1. the act of considering; careful thought or attention; deliberation 2. thoughtful or sympathetic regard for others 3. something that is, or should be, considered, as in making a… …   English World dictionary

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  • consideration — mid 14c., a beholding, looking at, also keeping in mind, from O.Fr. consideracion (12c., Mod.Fr. considération), from L. considerationem (nom. consideratio) consideration, contemplation, reflection, noun of action from considerat , pp. stem of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • consideration — ► NOUN 1) careful thought. 2) a fact taken into account when making a decision. 3) thoughtfulness towards others. 4) a payment or reward. ● in consideration of Cf. ↑in consideration of …   English terms dictionary


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