Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Deliberate"

The meaning of "Deliberate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does deliberate mean?
A: Verb or adjective?
Q: What does deliberate mean?
A: On purpose
Q: What does deliberate mean?
A: Intentionally / knowingly
Q: What does a deliberate mean?
A: On purpose

Example sentences using "Deliberate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with deliberate .
A: My answer to your question was given in a deliberate manner.

The slap I was given by Susan, it was deliberate.

deliberate: intentional, intended
Q: Please show me example sentences with deliberate.
A: Deliberate= on purpose

I deliberately dropped my stuff so that the guy would pick it up
Q: Please show me example sentences with deliberate.
A: "He deliberately threw away those papers"
"She deliberately forgot to give him the correct homework."
"You're deliberately missing the point."

Deliberate/deliberately means to do something on purpose. So when reading these sentences, it'd be like reading it like:

"He threw away those papers on purpose."
"She forgot to give him the homework on purpose."
"You're missing the point on purpose."
Q: Please show me example sentences with deliberate.
A: @Nana0820: "You deliberately disobeyed me" (famous line from the Lion King)

Synonyms of "Deliberate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between deliberate and thoughtfull / sensible ?
A: Alrighty! Deliberate and sensible can have a similar meaning depending on the context. Deliberate is intentional and conscious while thoughtful involves thoughts and can involve consideration too. Sensible is an action chosen with wisdom and is likely beneficial, if it is in relation to a person: wise or prudent.
For example: His attacks were deliberate- He attacked intentionally.
He was very thoughtful: He was very considerate of the needs of others.
She is very sensible: she is very prudent
Q: What is the difference between deliberate and intended ?
A: They mean pretty much the same thing, but deliberate often has a more negative connotation than intended.

Ex) 1. She deliberately hurt him
2. She intended to hurt him

Both of the above sentences are correct
Q: What is the difference between deliberate and intentional ?
A: They're very similar.
Deliberate can sometimes have a negative connotation, meaning doing something intentionally with planning/scheming. "She deliberately told Bob my secret, when I had specifically asked her not to!"
Also, deliberately has a second meaning of doing something slowly and carefully.
Q: What is the difference between deliberate and ponder ?
A: deliberate = más formal

un juez deliberate sobre el juicio

una persona ponder sobre su futuro
Q: What is the difference between deliberate and consider and contemplate ?
A: Deliberation is extended consideration, so they are both similar.

Contemplation is more thinking about something, not necessarily reaching a conclusion.

"I contemplated the wonders of the universe."

Translations of "Deliberate"

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