Deemed [verb]

Definition of Deemed:

regard, consider

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The new rules comes as Pakistan has cracked down on what it deems to be inappropriate content on the internet in recent months.

Beckham added limited access to gender-affirming care is a crucial issue that needs to be addressed, and medical and supply chain models need to be reformed to make surgeries deemed as essential.

The franchise that put them together had executed the twin embarrassments of firing its first-year coach and deeming its first-round quarterback a lost cause.

Engineers deemed the problem stable and reparable, but a second cable outright snapped on November 6.

Last year, the New York Times deemed Dolly Parton the one thing “we can all agree on.”

Paul is so smart, so demanding and such a perfectionist that anything less than full effort and flawless execution is deemed unacceptable.

They were paid for each pocket they sewed as long as it was deemed acceptable by an impartial judge.

The plan already came with significant caveats—unlimited storage was for the tier Google deems "High quality," which includes compressed media only, capped at 16 megapixels for photos and 1080p for videos.

Hong Kong’s government ousted four opposition lawmakers immediately after China passed a law allowing the disqualification of officials deemed unpatriotic, prompting a pro-democracy legislator to say the others would resign en masse.

A rise in the number of cases per 100,000 residents accelerated this week, climbing past 13 and far exceeding what officials deemed “dangerous” levels.