considering

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 [kənˈsɪdərɪŋ]


For the verb: "to consider"

Present Participle: considering
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considering

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
additional examples
  1. is not so [bad, long], considering
  2. considering the facts, we should [go, stop, try]
  3. considering the weather, we should [go]
  4. is still [beautiful, attractive], considering her age
  5. has done quite well, considering [the circumstances, his situation]
  6. considering the [circumstances], she played well
  7. [particularly, especially] considering that
adv
  1. is not so [bad, long], considering
WordReference English Collocations © 2019

consider

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. consider his [feelings, emotions]
  2. consider the [facts, research, data]
  3. consider the [following, possibility that]
  4. consider [a career, an education] in
  5. (will) consider your offer
  6. consider her for [the job, this position, the presidency, a promotion]
  7. is considering [leaving, quitting]
  8. consider it a [victory, failure]
  9. considered to [have, be]
  10. considering (that)
  11. consider (this) in [determining, making, deciding]
  12. consider for [example, instance]
  13. consider this my [resignation, 2 weeks notice]
  14. consider it necessary
  15. consider whether or not to
  16. [should, could, might] consider
  17. also consider [this]
  18. [something, an idea] you might like to consider
  19. I consider myself [an expert, a feminist]
  20. is considered to [represent, head, run] the
  21. is considered for [publication, admission, inclusion] in
  22. considered by [many, most, few] to be
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