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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Consideration \Con*sid`er*a"tion\
     (k[o^]n*s[i^]d`[~e]r*[=a]"sh[u^]n), n. [L. consideratio: cf.
     F. consid['e]ration.]
     1. The act or process of considering; continuous careful
        thought; examination; contemplation; deliberation;
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              Let us think with consideration.      --Sir P.
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              Consideration, like an angel, came.   --Shak.
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     2. Attentive respect; appreciative regard; -- used especially
        in diplomatic or stately correspondence.
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              The undersigned has the honor to repeat to Mr.
              Hulseman the assurance of his high consideration.
                                                    --D. Webster.
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              The consideration with which he was treated.
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     3. Thoughtful or sympathetic regard or notice.
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              Consideration for the poor is a doctrine of the
              church.                               --Newman.
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     4. Claim to notice or regard; some degree of importance or
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              Lucan is the only author of consideration among the
              Latin poets who was not explained for . . . the
              Dauphin.                              --Addison.
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     5. The result of delibration, or of attention and
        examonation; matured opinion; a reflection; as,
        considerations on the choice of a profession.
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     6. That which is, or should be, taken into account as a
        ground of opinion or action; motive; reason.
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              He was obliged, antecedent to all other
              considerations, to search an asylum.  --Dryden.
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              Some considerations which are necessary to the
              forming of a correct judgment.        --Macaulay.
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     7. (Law) The cause which moves a contracting party to enter
        into an agreement; the material cause of a contract; the
        price of a stripulation; compensation; equivalent.
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     Note: Consideration is what is done, or promised to be done,
           in exchange for a promise, and "as a mere advantage to
           the promisor without detriment to the promisee would
           not avail, the proper test is detriment to the
           promisee." --Wharton.
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Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

       n 1: the process of giving careful thought to something
       2: information that should be kept in mind when making a
          decision; "another consideration is the time it would
          take" [syn: circumstance, condition]
       3: a discussion of a topic (as in a meeting); "consideration of
          the traffic problem took more than an hour"
       4: kind and considerate regard for others; "he showed no
          consideration for her feelings" [syn: considerateness, thoughtfulness]
          [ant: inconsideration, inconsideration]
       5: a fee charged in advance to retain the services of someone
          [syn: retainer]
       6: a considerate and thoughtful act [syn: thoughtfulness]

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  346 Moby Thesaurus words for "consideration":
     TLC, Trinkgeld, accent, accommodatingness, account, action,
     admiration, adoration, advertence, advertency, advisement,
     agreeableness, airing, alertness, ambition, amends, analysis,
     anticipation, apotheosis, application, appreciation, approbation,
     approval, argument, argumentum, aspiration, assiduity,
     assiduousness, assumption, atonement, attention, attention span,
     attentiveness, attitude, award, awareness, awe, baksheesh, balance,
     ballast, basis, blood money, bonus, bounty, breathless adoration,
     bribe, brooding, buzz session, calling, canvassing, care,
     carefulness, caring, case, cause, caution, circumspection,
     circumspectness, climate of opinion, cogitation, colloquium,
     common belief, community sentiment, compassion, compensation,
     complaisance, conceit, concentration, concept, conception, concern,
     concernment, conclusion, condemnation, conference, cons,
     consciousness, consensus gentium, consequence, consequentiality,
     considerateness, contemplation, cool judgment, counsel,
     counterbalance, counterpoise, counterweight, courtesy, credit,
     damages, debate, debating, decision, decree, deference,
     deification, deliberation, delicacy, deliverance, determination,
     diagnosis, dialectic, dialogue, dictum, diligence, discreetness,
     discretion, discrimination, discussion, donative, doom,
     double time, duty, ear, earnestness, elenchus, emolument, emphasis,
     equipoise, equivalent, esteem, estimate, estimation, ethos,
     exaggerated respect, examination, excellence, exchange of views,
     eye, favor, fee, feeling, finding, forbearance, forethought, forum,
     general belief, give-and-take, goal, good judgment, gratuity,
     gravy, grease, great respect, ground, guerdon, guiding light,
     guiding star, heed, heedfulness, helpfulness, hero worship,
     high order, high rank, high regard, homage, honor, honorarium,
     idea, ideal, idolatry, idolization, ignoratio elenchi, import,
     importance, impression, incentive pay, indemnification, indemnity,
     inducement, indulgence, inspiration, intention, intentiveness,
     intentness, interest, investigation, joint discussion, judgment,
     judiciousness, kindliness, kindness, lagniappe, largess, leniency,
     liberality, lights, lodestar, logical analysis, logical discussion,
     loving care, lucubration, mainspring, makeweight, mark,
     materiality, matter, meditation, meed, mercy, merit, mind,
     mindfulness, moment, motive, musing, mystique, note, notice,
     notion, obligingness, observance, observation, offset,
     open discussion, open forum, opinion, order, palm oil,
     panel discussion, paramountcy, payment, perks, perquisite,
     personal judgment, plaidoyer, plea, pleading, point of view,
     policy, polity, pondering, popular belief, position, posture,
     pourboire, precedence, precedent, preeminence, premium,
     preparedness, prestige, presumption, prevailing belief, price,
     primacy, principle, priority, prognosis, pronouncement, pros,
     pros and cons, providence, prudence, prudentialism, public belief,
     public opinion, quarter, quid pro quo, quittance, rap, rap session,
     reaction, reason, recompense, redress, reflection, reflectiveness,
     refutation, regard, regardfulness, remark, remuneration,
     reparation, requital, requitement, resolution, respect,
     restitution, retribution, return, reverence, reverential regard,
     review, revolving, reward, ruling, rumination, sake, salvage,
     salve, satisfaction, score, self-importance, seminar, sentence,
     sentiment, setoff, sight, significance, smart money, solatium,
     solicitousness, solicitude, something extra, something of value,
     sound judgment, soundness of judgment, source, special pleading,
     speculation, sportula, spring, stance, stress, study, superiority,
     supremacy, sweetener, symposium, tact, tactfulness, talking point,
     tender loving care, theory, thinking, thought, thoughtfulness, tip,
     tit for tat, toleration, town meeting, treatment, ulterior motive,
     value, veneration, ventilation, verdict, view, vocation,
     way of thinking, weighing, weight, wergild, worship, worth  
Din dicționarul Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  CONSIDERATION, contracts. A compensation which is paid, or all inconvenience 
  suffered by the, party from whom it proceeds. Or it is the reason which 
  moves the contracting party to enter into the contract. 2 Bl. Com. 443. 
  Viner defines it to be a cause or occasion meritorious, requiring a mutual 
  recompense in deed or in law. Abr. tit. Consideration, A. A consideration of 
  some sort or other, is so absolutely necessary to the forming a good 
  contract, that a nudum pactum, or an agreement to do or to pay any thing on 
  one side, without any compensation to the other, is totally void in law, and 
  a man cannot be compelled to perform it. Dr. & Stud. d. 2, c. 24 3 Call, R. 
  439 7 Conn. 57; 1 Stew. R. 51 5 Mass. 301 4 John. R. 235; C. Yerg. 418; 
  Cooke, R. 467; 6 Halst. R. 174; 4 Munf. R. 95. But contracts under seal are 
  valid without a consideration; or, perhaps, more properly speaking, every 
  bond imports in itself a sufficient consideration, though none be mentioned. 
  11 Serg. & R. 107. Negotiable instruments, as bills of exchange and 
  promissory notes, carry with them prima facie evidence of consideration. 2 
  Bl. Com. 445. 
       3. The consideration must be some benefit to the party by whom the 
  promise is made, or to a third person at his instance; or some detriment 
  sustained at the instance of the party promising, by the party in whose 
  favor the promise is made. 4 East, 455;1 Taunt. 523 Chitty on Contr. 7 Dr. 
  & Stu. 179; 1 Selw. N. P. 39, 40; 2 pet. 182 1 Litt. 123; 3 John. 100; 6 
  Mass. 58 2 Bibb. 30; 2 J. J. Marsh. 222; 5 Cranch, 142, 150 2 N. H. Rep. 97 
  Wright, It. 660; 14 John. R. 466 13 S. & R. 29 3 M. Gr. & Sc. 321. 
       4. Considerations are good, as when they are for natural love and 
  affection; or valuable, when some benefit arises to the party to whom they 
  are made, or inconvenience to the party making them. Vin. Abr. 
  Consideration, B; 5 How. U. S. 278; 4 Barr, 364; 3 McLean, 330; 17 Conn. 
  511; 1 Branch, 301; 8 Ala. 949. 
       5. They are legal, which are sufficient to support the contract or 
  illegal, which render it void. As to illegal considerations, see 1 Hov. 
  Supp. to Ves. jr. 295; 2 Hov. Supp. to Ves. jr. 448; 2 Burr. 924 1 Bl. Rep. 
  204. If the, performance be utterly impossible, in fact or in law, the 
  consideration is void. 2 Lev. 161; Yelv. 197, and note; 3 Bos. & Pull. 296, 
  n. 14 Johns. R. 381. 
       6. A mere moral obligation to pay a debt or perform a duty, is a 
  sufficient consideration for an express promise, although no legal liability 
  existed at the time of making such promise. Cowp. 290 Bl. Com. 445 3 Bos. & 
  Pull. 249, note; 2 East, 506; 3 Taunt. 311; 5 Taunt. 36; 13 Johns. R. 259; 
  Yelv. 41, b, note; 3 Pick. 207. But it is to be observed, that in such cases 
  there must have been a good or valuable consideration; for example, every 
  one is under a moral obligation to relieve a person in distress, a promise 
  to do so, however, is not binding in law. One is bound to pay a debt which 
  he owes, although he has been released; a promise to pay such a debt is 
  obligatory in law on the debtor, and can therefore be enforced by action. 12 
  S. & R. 177; 19 John. R. 147; 4 W. C. C. R. 86, 148; 7 John. R. 26; 14 John. 
  R. 178; 1 Cowen, R. 249; 8 Mass. R. 127. See 7 Conn. R. 57; 1 Verm. R. 420; 
  5 Verm. R. 173; 5. Ham. R. 58; 3 Penna. R. 172; 5 Binn. R. 33. 
       7. In respect of time, a consideration is either, 1st. Executed, or 
  Something done before the making of the obligor's promise. Yelv. 41, a. n. 
  In general, an executed consideration is insufficient to support a contract; 
  7 John. R. 87; 2 Conn. R. 404; 7 Cowen, R. 358; but an executed 
  consideration on request; 7 John. R. 87 1 Caines R. 584; or by some previous 
  duty, or if the debt be continuing at the time, or it is barred by some rule 
  of law, or some provision of a statute, as the act of limitation, it is 
  sufficient to maintain an action. 4 W. C. C. R. 148 14 John. R. 378 17 S. & 
  R. 126. 2d. Executory, or something to be done after such promise. 3d. 
  Concurrent, as in the case of mutual promises; and, 4th. A continuing 
  consideration. Chitty on Contr. 16. 
       8. As to cases where the contract has been set aside on the ground of a 
  total failure of the consideration, see 11 Johns. R. 50; 7 Mass. 14; 8 
  Johns. R. 458; 8 Mass. 46 6 Cranch, 53; 2 Caines' Rep. 246 and 1 Camp. 40, 
  n. When the consideration turns out to be false and fails, there is no 
  contract; as, for example, if my father by his will gives me all his estate, 
  charged with the payment of a thousand dollars, and I promise to give you my 
  house instead of the legacy to you, and you agree to buy it with the legacy, 
  and before the contract is completed, and I make you a deed for the house, I 
  discover that my father made a codicil to his will and by it be revoked the 
  gift to you' I am not bound to complete the contract by making you a deed 
  for my house. Poth. on Oblig. part 1, c. 1, art. 3, Sec. 6. See, in general, 
  Obligation,, New Promise; Bouv. Inst. Index. b. t,; Evans' Poth. vol. ii. p. 
  19; 1 Fonb. Eq. 335; Newl. Contr. 65; 1 Com. Contr. 26; Fell on Guarrant. 
  337; 3 Chit. Com. Law, 63 to 99; 3 Bos. & Pull. 249, n; 1 Fonb. Eq. 122, 
  note z; Id. 370, note g; 5 East, 20, n.; 2 Saund. 211, note 2; Lawes Pl. 
  Ass. 49; 1 Com. Dig. Action upon the case upon Assumpsit, B Vin. Abr. 
  Actions of Assumpsit, Q; Id. tit. Consideration. 

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