- vt.重新考虑; 重新审议;
- 第三人称单数: reconsiders;
- 过去式: reconsidered;
- 过去分词: reconsidered;
- 现在分词: reconsidering;
- 名词: reconsideration;
Richard pleaded for Belinda to reconsider and not to go through with the divorce.
We want you to reconsider your decision to resign from the board.
This has forced the United States to seriously reconsider its position.
"I ought to reconsider her offer to move in," he mused.
If Lafontaine is forced to climb down, he may wish to reconsider his position.
If at the end of two years you still feel the same, we will reconsider.
The Congress had agreed to reconsider its stance on the armed struggle.
I will reconsider my decision.
The assembly voted to reconsider the bill.
We'll have to reconsider the whole thing.
If anything fell out amiss, they would reconsider it.
We are prepared to reconsider amending the contract.
Would you please reconsider it?
Since the market is very weak, we request that you reconsider the price.
But not so fast. Three developments have led us to reconsider seven of these 29 tracks.
The party may contest the decision superior people's court to reconsider it.
If you insist on your payment terms, I'm afraid we'll have to reconsider your price.
We may reconsider our price if your order is big enough.
I beg ( of ) you to kindly reconsider my request.
I hope you will reconsider it.
Are you quite sure you won't reconsider the decision?
你肯定不会重新考虑这个决定 吗 ?
Listen as he tries to get Danielle to reconsider.
Could you reconsider our proposal?
您能再考虑一下我们的建议 吗 ?
We hope you will reconsider our quotations and let us have your acceptance before long.
We hope you will reconsider your quotation.
A: In light of possible gasoline price hikes, we'd better reconsider our plan.
She asked the committee to reconsider their decision.
Given time I am sure you will reconsider.
Recently, one group urged the FDA to reconsider its decision.
And so we would encourage the government to reconsider going forward with this policy.
The Federal circuit issued an unusual order stating that the case would be heard by all 12 of the court’s judges, rather than a typical panel of three, and that one issue it wants to evaluate is weather it should” reconsider” its state street Bank ruling.
1. consider again; give new consideration to; usually with a view to changing;
"Won't you reconsider your decision?"
2. consider again (a bill) that had been voted upon before, in legislation