considerate in English
v. consider, ponder, think about carefully; think highly of, think of, bethink, regard, esteem, rate, account, reckon, reckon in, count, view
v. consider, think over, think about carefully; believe; regard; take into account
Mr. Isaacs has been most considerate.
He's a regular pearl, this Frenchy, he said, as though trying to excuse himself for his considerate treatment. "I like him because he is very serious... That is the way I like a man."
"That was very considerate of you." Evan eyed the fighting machine warily.
He is a wonderful old man, and good and considerate to everybody, but it is awful to see how he treats the Princess.
Similarly, instead of frustrating others he will be overanxious not to disappoint them, to be considerate and generous.
With her, he was always very patient, considerate even.
Although, it is considerate to let your partner know your plans, so she won't worry.
You were considerate not to disturb us.
He was considerate, courteous and thorough.
I congratulate the rapporteur on how he tackled the difficult task of drawing up this considerate report.