例:Newscasters, who read the news on TV, areconsidered to be more convincing, honest, andcompetent when they are dressed conservatively.
2.conserv v.保存(to preserve);节约（to avoidwasteful or destructive use of）
例:Camels do rely on a special mechanism toconserve internal water.//It is unrealistic toexpect individual nations to make, independently, the sacrifices necessary to conserve energy.
3.considerable a．相当多的(great in amount or size)：值得考虑的(worth consideration)
例:The conversion of methane to electricity would occur at a considerable distance from thelandfills.
4.consideration n.考虑(continuous and careful thought);报酬(payment)
例:The first is a generalization about the likely effect of a policy under consideration in theargument; the second points out a group of exceptional cases to which that generalizationdoes not apply.
5.consistency n.一致性( agreement or harmony of parts)；连接(condition of adheringtogether)
例:A companys two divisions performed with remarkable consistency over the past threeyears.
6.consistent a.始终如一的，一致的(marked by harmony, regularity, or steadycontinuity）；坚持的
例:The symptoms that he began showing five days before his death are corxsistent with leadpoisoning, not arsenic poisoning.
7.consolidate v.巩固(to make stable and firmly established)；（使）坚强(tostrengthen)；合并(to merge;unite;join)
例:Even though OLEX could consolidate all its refining at the Tasberg plant, doing so at theGrenville plant would not be feasible.
8.consortium n.[p/.consortia]协分](an association)；联营，集团(an association or acombination, as of businesses, financial institutions, or investors, for the purpose ofengaging in a joint venture)；财团(financial group)
例:Many satellites are built by intemational consortia.
9.conspire v.阴谋，共谋(to plot)
例:The bank tellers conspired to rob the bank.