In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(attention, thought)their case has been given careful consideration — su caso ha sido estudiado / considerado detenidamente
- I sent her a draft for (her) consideration — le mandé un borrador para que lo estudiara
- these are the factors that enter into consideration — estos son los factores que hay que tener / tomar en consideración
- the report is under consideration — el informe está siendo estudiado
- After careful consideration, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your refusal to offer me an assistant professor position in your department.
- The Government will give careful consideration to the task force recommendations over the coming months.
- A source close to the Duchess confirmed that a plan to move out of the estate was ‘under careful consideration and she would be moving out of her present home in the next couple of months’.
- After careful consideration, I think it's just as well that I leave this and other gastrointestinal functions out of it.
- After careful consideration and advice, we very much regret we are left with no alternative but to have started legal proceedings in order that we can do our lawful work.
- At some time in the intervening period, careful consideration would have been given to the style and subject-matter of the figurehead, which would also play a crucial part in the overall design of the ship.
- But the circumstances in which you each committed this offence called for careful consideration and go a long way to aggravating the offences you have committed.
- ‘It is a matter that requires very careful consideration,’ he said.
- A spokesman said any decision about dropping subjects would be made only after very careful consideration, but he admitted that scrapping less popular subjects could not be ruled out in the long term.
- I have to give careful consideration to what I am saying.
- After careful consideration I chose the latter.
- Some of the issues raised are familiar, but some are quite new and require careful scrutiny and consideration.
- In order to assess the impact on the trees, officers have been giving careful consideration to the proposed construction and operation of the wheel before reaching a conclusion on its impact.
- A key aspect of the strategy that the agency says it will implement, is the use of an offset policy, a proposal which deserves careful consideration.
- Careful consideration has to be given to these applications and risk assessments are conducted before a decision can be made.
- Even if the proposed changes were to result in a greater number of couples considering adoption, careful consideration would have to be given to the implications of allowing them to adopt.
- A spokesman for the Department of Transport said: ‘We will give close and careful consideration to the findings of the report.’
- Actually, the bottom line is that after careful consideration, I probably agree with James more than I don't.
- Everybody from fifteen years upwards is invited to complete this questionnaire, and give very careful consideration to the four issues raised in it.
- At the very least the participants should take time to study the constitutional articles and laws they would like to change and give careful consideration to the changes they would like to be made.
1.2(factor)a major consideration is the cost — un factor a tener muy en cuenta es el costo
- her only consideration was her own success — lo único que le interesaba era su propio éxito
- There are many simple considerations to take into account in order to reduce costs when purchasing.
- They stated that the trial was motivated by political considerations only and was therefore invalid.
- From a commercial point of view it is necessary to take into account two conflicting considerations.
- Was the miners' apparent diffidence at the event motivated by political considerations?
- A crime is a crime, whether motivated by political considerations or others.
- Along with having a baby, I have other considerations to take into account.
- It's the fact that such considerations would even come into play at all.
- The paper hints at the political considerations behind such statistical manipulation.
- There are others who are probably better placed than I am to take into account those wider considerations.
- A detailed study might take these wider considerations into account.
- The next point is a matter of concern when economic considerations are taken into account.
- Political and monetary considerations are stated to be the reason behind this.
- Hence it has been alluded to that there exist a plethora of underlying considerations and motives behind the rhetoric a manager uses.
- Is politicization in this sense synonymous with taking political considerations into account in arriving at a decision?
- Another barrier is the fact that economic considerations overarch many of our decisions.
- Planning committees are required to decide planning matters in a judicial way rather than on political considerations.
- Political and economic considerations have influenced these countries to form a regional cooperation.
- He suspects that the decision was influenced by political considerations.
- The Commission may take into account wider social considerations as well as matters that relate strictly to competition policy.
- The fact that secular considerations also favoured this course of action is, of course, beside the point.
2(thoughtfulness)consideración feminineshe should show her colleagues more consideration — debería tratar con más consideración a sus colegas / ser más considerada con sus colegas
- he shows no consideration for my feelings — no tiene ninguna consideración por lo que yo pueda sentir
- Hopefully there would be some wonderful moments - instances of consideration and thoughtfulness and kindness.
- I'm really disgusted with them over the issue of the lack of thought and consideration for people who have to walk in bad weather conditions.
- The basic need is a value base that can be shared by all the citizens and a heart filled with consideration, sensitivity and a willingness to be of assistance towards other people.
- All I'm saying is that a bit of consideration towards others would be appreciated.
- The menfolk of Shanghai are world-famous for their consideration towards their wives and their diligence in carrying out household chores.
- It goes without saying that he was human: why shouldn't a genocidal maniac like his food, be fond of his dog, and behave with consideration towards his secretaries?
- I can only hope you showed a lot more sensitivity and consideration after that happened.
- His principles translate into an advocacy to live a gentle life, in a very efficient manner, with thought and consideration for all.
- Even smokers do not show any consideration towards others.
- I mean, the Department has showed consideration and tolerance towards her for over 12 months.
- The management, in all its wisdom, has sold off the land for housing without any thought or consideration for the patients or staff.
- This requires sensitivity and consideration.
3(importance)of little/no consideration — de poca/ninguna importancia / trascendencia
- No troubles in Upper Egypt are mentioned during the reign of Auletes, and if things were quiet there, we mace that it was due to the government there being in the hands of some one whom, by our broken records, we may conjecture to have been a man of great consideration and influence, Callimachus the epistrategos.
- Then he went home south to Denmark, and became afterwards a man of great consideration, and many great people are descended from him.
- A man of great consideration may have fifty or sixty skulls suspended in his premises.
4(payment)for a small consideration — por una módica suma / cantidad
- a financial consideration — una contraprestación económica
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