deem

(redirected from deeming)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal.

deem

 (dēm)
v. deemed, deem·ing, deems
v.tr.
1. To regard as; consider: deemed the results unsatisfactory. See Synonyms at consider. See Usage Note at as1.
2. To suppose or believe: "making little improvements which she deemed that he would value when she was gone" (Thomas Hardy).
v.intr.
To have an opinion; think.

[Middle English demen, from Old English dēman; see dhē- in Indo-European roots.]

deem

(diːm)
vb
(tr) to judge or consider: I do not deem him worthy of this honour.
[Old English dēman; related to Old High German tuomen to judge, Gothic domjan; see doom]

deem

(dim)
v.t.
1. to hold as an opinion; think: I deemed it wise to refuse.
v.i.
2. Archaic. to form or have an opinion; believe; consider.
[before 900; Old English dēman; c. Old High German tuomjan, Old Norse døma]

deem


Past participle: deemed
Gerund: deeming

Imperative
deem
deem
Present
I deem
you deem
he/she/it deems
we deem
you deem
they deem
Preterite
I deemed
you deemed
he/she/it deemed
we deemed
you deemed
they deemed
Present Continuous
I am deeming
you are deeming
he/she/it is deeming
we are deeming
you are deeming
they are deeming
Present Perfect
I have deemed
you have deemed
he/she/it has deemed
we have deemed
you have deemed
they have deemed
Past Continuous
I was deeming
you were deeming
he/she/it was deeming
we were deeming
you were deeming
they were deeming
Past Perfect
I had deemed
you had deemed
he/she/it had deemed
we had deemed
you had deemed
they had deemed
Future
I will deem
you will deem
he/she/it will deem
we will deem
you will deem
they will deem
Future Perfect
I will have deemed
you will have deemed
he/she/it will have deemed
we will have deemed
you will have deemed
they will have deemed
Future Continuous
I will be deeming
you will be deeming
he/she/it will be deeming
we will be deeming
you will be deeming
they will be deeming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deeming
you have been deeming
he/she/it has been deeming
we have been deeming
you have been deeming
they have been deeming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deeming
you will have been deeming
he/she/it will have been deeming
we will have been deeming
you will have been deeming
they will have been deeming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deeming
you had been deeming
he/she/it had been deeming
we had been deeming
you had been deeming
they had been deeming
Conditional
I would deem
you would deem
he/she/it would deem
we would deem
you would deem
they would deem
Past Conditional
I would have deemed
you would have deemed
he/she/it would have deemed
we would have deemed
you would have deemed
they would have deemed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.deem - keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view; "take for granted"; "view as important"; "hold these truths to be self-evident"; "I hold him personally responsible"
hold - assert or affirm; "Rousseau's philosophy holds that people are inherently good"
consider, regard, view, reckon, see - deem to be; "She views this quite differently from me"; "I consider her to be shallow"; "I don't see the situation quite as negatively as you do"

deem

verb consider, think, believe, hold, account, judge, suppose, regard, estimate, imagine, reckon, esteem, conceive He said he would used force if he deemed it necessary.

deem

verb
1. To have an opinion:
Informal: figure, judge.
Idiom: be of the opinion.
2. To look upon in a particular way:
Translations
يَعْتَقِد، يَعْتَبِر
považovat
ansebetragteskønne
álíta
manyti
uzskatīt

deem

[diːm] VT (frm) → juzgar, considerar
she deems it wise toconsidera prudente ...
he was deemed to have consentedse juzgó que había dado su consentimiento

deem

[ˈdiːm] vtjuger, estimer
to deem it wise to do sth → juger bon de faire qch
to deem sth unnecessary → juger qch inutile

deem

vt to deem somebody/something (to be) somethingjdn/etw für etw erachten (geh)or halten; it was deemed necessaryes wurde für nötig gehalten, man hielt es für nötig; he was deemed worthy of the award (geh)er wurde des Preises für würdig erachtet (geh)or gehalten; he was deemed too ill to leave hospitalman hielt ihn für zu krank, um das Krankenhaus zu verlassen

deem

[diːm] vt (frm) → giudicare, ritenere
she deemed it wise to go → ha ritenuto prudente andarsene

deem

(diːm) verb
to judge or think. He deemed it unwise to tell her the truth.
References in periodicals archive ?
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 18, 2011-Transocean Ltd names Nick Deeming senior vice president & general counsel(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Forensic scientists in Melbourne, Australia, have what could be the skull of Ned Kelly - but it could also be the skull of Frederick Deeming, a Briton who murdered his wife and four children in Merseyside before fleeing Down Under.
But it could also be the skull of Frederick Deeming, a Brit who murdered his wife and four children in Merseyside in the late 1890s before fleeing Down Under.
Congress has eliminated the Joint Commission's "unique deeming authority" for hospitals as part of the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008 (H.
If applicable, the PFIC rules generally eliminate deferral by deeming any amount realized by a taxpayer on a sale of PFIC stock (or on receipt of a large distribution from a PFIC) to have been earned proportionately over the period of time the taxpayer held the PFIC stock.
The report notes that proponents of deeming believe that:
Medicare's deeming program provides real value to the health care system, by streamlining the review process for health plans that have demonstrated their commitment and ability to deliver quality care," said NCQA President Margaret E.
A number of amendments are proposed to paragraph 95(2)(a) ("the deeming rule"), which deems income that would otherwise be income from property or an investment business to be income from an active business.
No rationale or support is provided in the ruling for the supposition deeming the existence of a distribution for purposes of section 731.
Additionally, CHAP through its deeming authority has given Continucare's Home Health Agencies deemed status through the Medicare program.
Deeming only A's option as exercised would result in an ownership change with A's interest increasing 52% (85% [110 (10 + 100) / 130 (30 + 100)] - 33% [10 / 30]].
Mechanically, section 367(a)(1) achieves this result by deeming the foreign transferee corporation not to be a corporation "for purposes of determining the extent to which gain is recognized on such transfer.