considerverb

  • ja…を熟考する、…を考慮にいれる、…を検討する
  • ento think carefully about or take into account someone or something, especially when making a decision or an assessment

Examples

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8:31 / --:--
Mute
1.
There's no denying I have feelings for you that can't be explained in any other way.
2.
I briefly considered that I had a brain parasite.
PLAY
0:20 / --:--
Mute
1.
Anyways, I know some of the best cops in the city are gonna be on that task force.
2.
And I would appreciate it if you'd consider me for it.
3.
Here's my résumé.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
I consider every option.
2.
I choose the one that's best for my family.
PLAY
4:59 / --:--
Mute
1.
Angela?
2.
We've been hearing really great things about your brownies.
3.
And we were hoping you'd consider merging the 2 parties.
PLAY
5:36 / --:--
Mute
1.
Pick someone.
2.
Don’t pressure me, Uzo.
3.
I have to consider all the factors:
4.
athletic strategies, the fragile egos of my classmates, and gender politics.
PLAY
16:16 / --:--
Mute
1.
If things don't work out in Eureka, please consider coming back to be with us.
PLAY
0:05 / --:--
Mute
1.
Why? What's wrong with my outfit?
2.
You might consider pulling it down a touch.
3.
It's riding up a little high.
PLAY
22:14 / --:--
Mute
1.
The mullet works on you.
2.
I do.
3.
I like it.
4.
I think I should consider this.
PLAY
1:57 / --:--
Mute
1.
Rekha, I get that you're upset.
2.
Consider for like literally a second, how much upsetting you, upsets him.