the process of giving careful thought to something
circumstance, condition, consideration(noun)
information that should be kept in mind when making a decision
"another consideration is the time it would take"
a discussion of a topic (as in a meeting)
"consideration of the traffic problem took more than an hour"
consideration, considerateness, thoughtfulness(noun)
kind and considerate regard for others
"he showed no consideration for her feelings"
a fee charged in advance to retain the services of someone
a considerate and thoughtful act
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Friendship is a deep, quiet, enduring affection, founded upon mutual respect and esteem. Friendship is always mutual; there may be unreciprocated affection or attachment, unrequited love, or even unrecognized and unappreciated devotion, but never unreciprocated or unrequited friendship; one may have friendly feelings toward an enemy, but while there is hostility or coldness on one side there can not be friendship between the two. Friendliness is a quality of friendly feeling, without the deep and settled attachment implied in the state of friendship. Comity is mutual kindly courtesy, with care of each other's right, and amity a friendly feeling and relation, not necessarily implying special friendliness; as, the comity of nations, or amity between neighboring countries. Affection may be purely natural; friendship is a growth. Friendship is more intellectual and less emotional than love; it is easier to give reasons for friendship than for love; friendship is more calm and quiet, love more fervent; love often rises to intensest passion; we can not speak of the passion of friendship. Friendship implies some degree of equality, while love does not; we can speak of man's love toward God, not of his friendship for God. (There is more latitude in the use of the concrete noun friend; Abraham was called "the friend of God;" Christ was called "the friend of sinners.") Compare ACQUAINTANCE; LOVE.
See synonyms for BATTLE; ENMITY; FEUD; HATRED.
The friendship of one person for or toward another, or the friendship between them.
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List of paraphrases for "consideration":
review, examination, account, exam, consider, discussion, study, attention, considering, reviewing, examine, considered, counterparty, scrutiny, examining, mind, deliberations, considerations, reflection, reviews, deliberation, test, recital, examen, reviewed, examines, counterpart, examined, scrutinize, examinations
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How to use consideration in a sentence?
We have some consideration but so far we have no plans to join Formula E. Formula E is not very popular yet, as a technical point of view, it is interesting but from a racing point of view it is not attractive yet.
The decision to do this wasn’t taken lightly. It was done after careful thought and consideration, and inter-agency coordination, the timing of it was completely considered independently of the Nuclear Security Summit and the visit here to Washington by Turkish officials.
I have received a subpoena signed only by Democrat Chairs who have prejudged this case, it raises significant issues concerning legitimacy and constitutional and legal issues including, inter alia, attorney client and other privileges. It will be given appropriate consideration.
I think Phil, the intangibles that he brought to the team maybe put him over the top, you could say... his play didn't warrant being a consideration and all that.
And that's why the president is supportive of this process in the House. He believes it should get careful consideration in the Senate.
Translations for consideration
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- загриженост, съображение, обмислянеBulgarian
- Überlegung, Erwägung, Vergütung, RücksichtGerman
- korvaus, huomaavaisuus, hienotunteisuus, maksu, palkkio, harkitseminen, harkintaFinnish
- תמורה, התחשבותHebrew
- beraad, overleg, tegemoetkoming, vergoeding, considerans, overweging, voorkomendheidDutch
- recompensă, considerent, motiv, considerare, respect, considerațieRomanian
- возмеще́ние, уважи́тельность, ве́жливость, соображе́ние, обсужде́ние, размышле́ние, рассмотре́ние, уваже́ние, предупреди́тельность, моти́в, компенса́цияRussian
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