Meaning & Definition of Considered in English
1. Carefully weighed
- "A considered opinion"
Examples of using
I hadn't really considered that until now.
We considered it.
They want to take land, but there are men on that land. They want to get rid of them, so they call them the 'savage'. Once called the 'savage', these men are not considered as humans anymore. So it's permitted to kill them off to the last one. And this is how somebody's land becomes somebody else's land.
He is considered trustworthy.
When an English speaker realises that a foreign person they are speaking to doesn't understand one of their sentences, they repeat it, the same way, but louder, as though the person were deaf. At no point does it come to their mind that their vocabulary might be complicated or that their expression might most probably be ambiguous to a foreigner and that they could reword it in a simpler way. The result is that not only the person still doesn't understand, but gets irritated at being considered deaf.
I've never considered it.
Pedro Álvares Cabral is considered to be the one who discovered Brazil.
He is considered missing.
Music is considered food for the soul.
Aiding and abetting the enemy is considered treason.
Chinese calligraphy is considered an art form.
The boy considered the dolphin his best friend.
All things considered, he is a good teacher.
The boy was good at mathematics so everybody considered him a genius.
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