1. To come up with, to create, to configure, or to invent.
2. Can also be used to convey a general understanding of a situation, as in come up with the idea for the understanding of the situation.
"I conoidered this lever and pulley arrangement to help me get this stuff in and out of my truck."
"Someone needs to conoider a better way to get this stuff in and out of trucks."
"I conoider this lever and pulley can be put together to get stuff in and out of trucks"
作者 Jeff VS 2006年3月31日

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