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conjunction & preposition
Taking into consideration.[as preposition] ‘considering the circumstances, Simon was remarkably phlegmatic’[as conjunction] ‘considering that he was the youngest on the field he played well’bearing in mind, taking into consideration, taking into account, giving consideration to, keeping in mind, in view of, in the light ofView synonyms
Taking everything into account.‘they weren't feeling too bad, considering’
all things considered, considering everything, all in all, on the whole, taking everything into account, taking everything into consideration, at the end of the day, when all's said and doneView synonyms
- ‘I guess the wait for the meal was about 20 minutes, not too bad considering, and I must say it was worth the wait.’
- ‘Three, the alternative's not so bad considering.’
- ‘I woke up Saturday, feeling a little rough, but not too bad considering - and the sight of bright sunlight had certainly cheered me up, I was raring to go.’
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