Quick answer
"Consider" is a transitive verb which is often translated as "considerar", and "deem" is a transitive verb which is also often translated as "considerar". Learn more about the difference between "consider" and "deem" below.
consider(
kuhn
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sih
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duhr
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to give thought to)
a. considerar
I've been considering all options, and I've decided to get involved.He considerado todas las opciones y he decidido participar.
b. pensar en
Did you ever consider resigning?¿Alguna vez pensó en dimitir?
2. (to take into account)
a. tener en cuenta
Did you consider the risks when you decided to do this?¿Tuviste en cuenta los riesgos al decidir hacer esto?
b. tomar en cuenta
She organized the wedding without considering the cost.Organizó la boda sin tomar en cuenta los gastos.
c. considerar
I considered your opinion, but I have now made a decision.He considerado tu opinión, pero ya he tomado una decisión.
3. (to deem)
a. considerar
As a teacher, I consider it disrespectful to text in class.Como profesor, considero una falta de respeto enviar mensajes de texto en clase.
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deem(
dim
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (general)
a. considerar
Everyone deemed the blind man to be the wisest in the town.Todos consideraban que el ciego era el hombre más sabio del pueblo.
b. juzgar
His father deemed music an impractical pursuit.Su padre juzgaba la música como una actividad de poco
c. estimar
Let's see what the parents deem to be the appropriate punishment for their son.Veamos qué castigo estiman los padres que es el apropiado para su hijo.
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