What does it mean to consider something?
: to think about (something or someone) carefully especially in order to make a choice or decision. : to think about (something that is important in understanding something or in making a decision or judgment)
How do you use consider?
- I’d like some time to consider.
- consider something She is considering her options.
- Let us consider the facts.
- We are considering various possibilities.
- He was seriously considering an appeal.
- a carefully considered response.
What is one thing and another example?
You say what with one thing and another when you want to explain that the reason you have failed to do something is because you have been very busy: What with one thing and another, I forgot to call you yesterday.
Can we use as with consider?
In short, the “considered as” construction is almost always redundant. If you use “considered” to describe what people think of someone or something, you simply don’t need “as.”
Can we consider word with one meaning?
Technically, almost every word has multiple meanings. How often do you look up a word in the dictionary and find only one meaning listed next to it? Practically never! It’s common for words to have slightly varying meanings, but the meanings of homonyms and homographs differ in substantive ways.
What is the adjective for consider?
consider is a verb, considerate and considerable are adjectives, consideration is a noun:I consider him a friend.
What type of word is consider?
consider is a verb, considerate and considerable are adjectives, consideration is a noun:I consider him a friend. He is a considerate gentleman. They have considerable wealth.
What is meaning of one thing led to another?
You say one thing led to another when you are explaining how something happened, but you do not really want to give the details or you think people will be able to imagine the details. He came by to see if she was lonely. One thing led to another and he stayed the night.
How do you use one thing and another?
You can use the expression ‘one thing and another’ to suggest that there are several reasons for something or several items on a list, but you are not going to explain or mention them all. What with one thing and another, it was fairly late in the day when we returned to Shrewsbury.
Do we say consider as?
Hen’s correct statement: Considered as can have another meaning: to think about in terms of. “Adam is considered as a good teacher” can mean people decided to sit around and think about him as a good teacher.
What is difference between consider and regard?
Regard is thinking about someone in a particular way. Consider is to think about something carefully before making decision.
What words have 2 meanings?
Homonyms, or multiple-meaning words, are words that have the same spelling and usually sound alike, but have different meanings (e.g. dog bark, tree bark). Beginning in kindergarten, children learn to use context to determine which meaning of a multiple-meaning word is correct in a sentence.
Which word has the most meanings?
The word with the most meanings in English is the verb ‘set’, with 430 senses listed in the Second Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary, published in 1989. The word commands the longest entry in the dictionary at 60,000 words, or 326,000 characters.
What is the adjective of Attract?
attract is a verb, attractive is an adjective, attraction is a noun:Magnets attract iron or steel.
What is the phrasal verb of consider?
look at something (somewhat informal) to consider, think about, or study something, especially in order to learn something useful or important:I’m going to look at the budget estimates on the weekend.
When one thing affects another and vice versa?
“Mutual causality” could mean one thing causes the other and vice versa, for example. “Reciprocity” is a noun meaning when one thing does something for another thing, that thing responds in kind. The verb form is “reciprocate”.
Is one thing another example?
(doing something) is one thing; (doing something else) is another. When someone uses a sentence like this: Earning money is one thing; saving money is another. It means that the second thing is more extreme than the first thing.
Is one thing but is another meaning?
(something) is one thing, (something else) is (quite) another. While it may be acceptable to do something, that does not make it acceptable to do something that is much more extreme or complicated than the first.
What is the meaning of not considered?
Verb. Past tense for to exclude or reject as a candidate or possibility. ruled out. excluded. discarded.