considerateadjective

  • ja思いやりのある、気遣いができる
  • enshowing kindly awareness or regard for other people's feelings, circumstances, etc.

Examples

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So, for 2 years — am I being..?
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- Do you want to talk? - No, you can talk.
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Okay.
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- For a couple of years, we've been working on this product line, because we have babies. - He's very considerate.
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Yes.
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Or Dionne and Murray, when they think no one is watching,
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are so considerate of each other.
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- Dump! - Dump him!
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What, why?
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You can do so much better, we assume.
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Love shouldn't have to be work.
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But aren't a lot of relationships work?
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- Hmm, no, never. - No, no, no, no. - You're just throwing out advice so flippantly.
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I want him to be more considerate, not out of my life.
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I thought you guys were experts.
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"Dear John Ambrose, I hope this letter finds you well.
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Have you continued your interest in politics and diplomacy?
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I'm sure you're even more smart, considerate, and adorable..."
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What am I saying?
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He is very loving and he's very kind, and my mom says he's very considerate.
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And when she said that to me, I was like, "You know, he really is."
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And it's the little things that really make a huge difference in life.