considered

Considered vs Designed - What's the difference?

considered | designed |


As verbs the difference between considered and designed

is that considered is (consider) while designed is (design).

As an adjective designed is

created according to a design.

Considerably vs Considered - What's the difference?

considerably | considered |


As an adverb considerably

is significantly; to a degree worth considering.

As a verb considered is

(consider).

Given vs Considered - What's the difference?

given | considered |


As verbs the difference between given and considered

is that given is while considered is (consider).

As a preposition given

is considering; taking into account.

As a noun given

is a condition that is assumed to be true without further evaluation.

As an adjective given

is already arranged.

Judgement vs Considered - What's the difference?

judgement | considered |


As a noun judgement

is sometimes found in the united states.

As a verb considered is

(consider).

Respected vs Considered - What's the difference?

respected | considered |


As verbs the difference between respected and considered

is that respected is (respect) while considered is (consider).

As an adjective respected

is describing one considered to be deserving of respect, who is due special honor or appreciation.

Conceivable vs Considered - What's the difference?

conceivable | considered |


As an adjective conceivable

is capable of being conceived or imagined; possible; credible; thinkable.

As a verb considered is

(consider).

Informed vs Considered - What's the difference?

informed | considered |


As verbs the difference between informed and considered

is that informed is (inform) while considered is (consider).

As an adjective informed

is instructed; having knowledge of a fact or area of education or informed can be (obsolete) unformed or ill-formed; deformed; shapeless.

Considered vs Percieved - What's the difference?

considered | percieved |


As verbs the difference between considered and percieved

is that considered is (consider) while percieved is (percieve).

Represented vs Considered - What's the difference?

represented | considered |


As verbs the difference between represented and considered

is that represented is (represent) while considered is (consider).

Considered vs Assumed - What's the difference?

considered | assumed |


As verbs the difference between considered and assumed

is that considered is (consider) while assumed is (assume).

As an adjective assumed is

used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious.

Pages