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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsideratecon‧sid‧er‧ate /kənˈsɪdərət/ ●○○ adjective  KINDalways thinking of what other people need or want and being careful not to upset them opp inconsiderate He was always kind and considerate.it is considerate of somebody (to do something) It was very considerate of you to let us know you were going to be late.considerate towards As a motorist, I try to be considerate towards cyclists.see thesaurus at kindconsiderately adverb
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considerateThey also gave out their own cigarettes and were exceptionally considerate.They may genuinely want to be considerate and fair but lack of experience, technique or pressures can interfere.Natalie is considerate and responsible - a perfect daughter.Tahseen Basheer exemplifies the genteel and considerate Cairo of the past.Are you kind, considerate, easy-going, or out-going?She had married Fred Bradley without being in love with the kind and considerate man who was employing her.Read in studio An Oxford don says a return to Victorian manners would lead to a better, more considerate society.Children must learn just a few basic rules-being safe, being considerate to others, and being responsible to themselves.Table 111. 9 reports the frequency of expectations of considerate treatment at the hands of governmental officials and the police.
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