considering的的用法,considering怎么读美 [kən'sɪdərɪŋ] 英 [kən'sɪdərɪŋ]
used to show that you are thinking about a particular fact, and are influenced by it, when you make a statement about sth
She's very active, considering her age.
Considering he's only just started, he knows quite a lot about it.
You've done very well, considering(= in the difficult circumstances) .
taking something into account
taking everything into account, often in a sympathetic way
That's a necessary step for a massive Bianconeri revival, at least considering the results of this week board of directors meeting.
But the running interest in Fannie Mae's stock might seem surprising, considering that this company was the Titanic of the mortgage market.
The outcome of the final did not matter much, considering the drastic progress China made in a sport whose roots are so far away.
As you can see, that was an extraordinarily fast response, especially when considering that the response was initiated without warning.
The SEC also is considering relaxing a strict ban on private companies publicizing share issues, known as the 'general solicitation' ban.
The family was considering trying to find another home for him anyway, so Walstad decided to keep him as an office pet.
Considering the realities in China and thee-retail's development situation, logistics outsourcing is often the best choice.
No matter how much sound makes it to our ears it's impressive, considering that the water boat men are less than half an inch long.
As a guest, I dismissed all this as pathology, but I couldn't help considering his wife with profound curiosity.
Considering how little money and time were spent on the quest and how much fun the participants had, it is a remarkable achievement.