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  1. matilda
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    Talking 154-taken to consideration

    Hello all

    What does the following sentence mean?
    ( must be taken to consideration.)

    Thanks a million

    Matilda

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    Re: 154-taken to consideration

    Quote Originally Posted by matilda
    Hello all
    What does the following sentence mean?
    ( must be taken to consideration.)
    Thanks a million
    Matilda
    it should be taken into consideration.

    For example: The lawyer asked the judge to take the defendant's previous good record into consideration when passing sentence.

  3. matilda
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    and what does it mean?


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    Re: 154-taken to consideration

    Hi matilda,

    It means to look at (in the example I gave) the persons previous good behaviour.

    If you were buying a second hand car you might take into consideration its condition, age, amount of owners mileage, colour, before you decide to make an offer. So you would consider or look at or take into consideration all these points

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