US: /kənˌsɪdɝˈeɪʃən/
UK: /kənsˌɪdəɹˈe‍ɪʃən/

English Vietnamese dictionary

consideration /kən,sidə'reiʃn/
  • danh từ
    • sự cân nhắc, sự suy xét, sự nghiên cứu, sự suy nghĩ
      • under consideration: đáng được xét, đáng được nghiên cứu
      • to give a problem one's careful consideration: nghiên cứu kỹ vấn đề, cân nhắc kỹ vấn đề
      • to leave out of consideration: không xét đến, không tính đến
      • to take into consideration: xét đến, tính đến, quan tâm đến, lưu ý đến
    • sự để ý, sự quan tâm, sự lưu ý
    • sự tôn kính, sự kính trọng
      • to show great consideration for: tỏ lòng tôn kính (ai)
    • sự đền bù, sự đền đáp; sự bồi thường; tiền thưởng, tiền công
      • for a consideration: để thưởng công
    • cớ, lý do, lý
      • he will do it on no consideration: không một lý do gì mà nó sẽ làm điều đó
    • (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) sự quan trọng
      • it's of no consideration at all: vấn đề chẳng có gì quan trọng cả
    • in consideration of
      • xét đến, tính đến; vì lẽ
    • để đền bù, để đền ơn
    • upon further consideration
      • sau khi nghiên cứu thêm, sau khi suy xét kỹ

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun
1 [U, C] (formal) the act of thinking carefully about sth: Careful consideration should be given to issues of health and safety. + The proposals are currently under consideration (= being discussed). + After a few moments' consideration, he began to speak. + a consideration of the legal issues involved
2 [C] something that must be thought about when you are planning or deciding sth: economic / commercial / environmental / practical considerations + Time is another important consideration.
3 [U] ~ (for sb/sth) the quality of being sensitive towards others and thinking about their wishes and feelings: They showed no consideration whatsoever for my feelings. + Journalists stayed away from the funeral out of consideration for the bereaved family. + Their kindness and consideration will not be forgotten.
4 [C] (formal) a reward or payment for a service
Idioms: in consideration of sth (formal) as payment for sth: a small sum in consideration of your services
take sth into consideration to think about and include a particular thing or fact when you are forming an opinion or making a decision: The candidates' experience and qualifications will be taken into consideration when the decision is made. + Taking everything into consideration, the event was a great success.
more at MATURE adj.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 regard, concern, attentiveness, solicitude, thoughtfulness, compassion, kindness, kindliness, kind-heartedness, considerateness, respect, caring, care:
Out of consideration for your father, you should complete your studies.
2 reward, compensation, remuneration, fee, payment, recompense, emolument, tip, gratuity, pourboire, baksheesh or backsheesh; honorarium:
The boy will look after your luggage for a small consideration, madam.
3 thought, deliberation, reflection, contemplation, rumination, cogitation, study, examination:
After some consideration, we have decided that we will finance the project.

Collocation dictionary

1 careful thought about sth


careful, detailed, full, serious | adequate, due, proper, sufficient | special, urgent | active


give sth, take sth into
We will give your proposals serious consideration. You must take the size of the room into consideration.
| deserve, need, require | receive


after ~
After due consideration, it was decided not to offer her the job.
| for sb's ~
I enclose the report for your consideration.
| in ~ of
(formal) (= as payment for sth),
on ~
On consideration, we have decided not to come.
| under ~
proposals under active consideration

2 thinking about other people's wishes and feelings


Have some consideration for those without a job.
| show sb, treat sb with
She showed little consideration for the beginners.


out of ~
He did it out of consideration for his daughter.
| ~ for

3 sth you think about when deciding sth


main, major, important, prime | overriding, paramount | minor | aesthetic, commercial, economic, environmental, ethical, financial, health, legal, moral, personal, political, practical, safety, security


take account of, take into account
There are several important safety considerations that must be taken into account.

Concise English dictionary

+the process of giving careful thought to something
+information that should be kept in mind when making a decision
+a discussion of a topic (as in a meeting)
+kind and considerate regard for others
+a fee charged in advance to retain the services of someone
+a considerate and thoughtful act