considered opinion

considered opinion
index determination, holding (ruling of a court)

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  • In my considered opinion — after thinking it over my opinion is …   English contemporary dictionary

  • your considered opinion — your conˌsidered oˈpinion idiom your opinion that is the result of careful thought Main entry: ↑consideridiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • considered — adjective 1 considered opinion/judgement etc an opinion based on careful thought 2 well/poorly/highly considered thought to be good, bad etc: Her paintings are very well considered abroad. 3 all things considered usually spoken used to say what… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • considered — con|sid|ered [kənˈsıdəd US ərd] adj [only before noun] a considered opinion, reply, judgment etc is one that you have thought about carefully ▪ He hadn t had time to form a considered opinion . ▪ The committee is meeting to prepare a considered… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • considered — con|sid|ered [ kən sıdərd ] adjective only before noun FORMAL carefully thought about: We submitted a carefully considered response. someone s considered opinion: My considered opinion is that she should go to college first …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • considered — [[t]kənsɪ̱də(r)d[/t]] ADJ GRADED: ADJ n A considered opinion or act is the result of careful thought. → See also consider Obviously it was Anne s considered opinion that Mavis was a bold faced liar... We would hope to be able to give a considered …   English dictionary

  • considered — UK [kənˈsɪdə(r)d] / US [kənˈsɪdərd] adjective [only before noun] formal carefully thought about We submitted a carefully considered response. someone s considered opinion: My considered opinion is that she should go to college first …   English dictionary

  • considered — /keuhn sid euhrd/, adj. 1. thought about or decided upon with care: a considered opinion. 2. regarded with respect or esteem: a highly considered person. [1595 1605; CONSIDER + ED2] * * * …   Universalium

  • considered — adjective Date: circa 1677 1. matured by extended deliberative thought < a considered opinion > 2. viewed with respect or esteem …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • considered — con•sid•ered [[t]kənˈsɪd ərd[/t]] adj. 1) thought about with care: my considered opinion[/ex] 2) regarded with respect or esteem • Etymology: 1595–1605 …   From formal English to slang

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