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"Consent Definition"

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"What does Consent Mean in English"

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Definition of Consent

verb (used without object)
to permit, approve, or agree; comply or yield (often followed by to or an infinitive):
He consented to the proposal. We asked her permission, and she consented.
Archaic. to agree in sentiment, opinion, etc.; be in harmony.
permission, approval, or agreement; compliance; acquiescence:
He gave his consent to the marriage.
agreement in sentiment, opinion, a course of action, etc.:
By common consent he was appointed official delegate.
Archaic. accord; concord; harmony.

Consent Example in a sentance

Example Sentences for consent

And you dare to tell me that you'll consent to Charles's marriage with her?

However, I find I am pretty sure of her consent, if I am put to it.

If you do not believe me worthy of sharing them, I consent to 71 remain ignorant.

It was hard to obtain her consent, but at last it was given.

"If you will consent to stay where you are a few days, you will then be all right to go," she added.

Their consent, of course, was neither asked nor thought needful.

I exclaimed, with joyous surprise, 'Do you consent to remain with me?'

But the barons would not consent, and wished that Tancred should be king.

But it was plain that he was there either by the consent or request of the Judge and Squire.

The chiefs however, promptly signified that they could not consent to be thus deprived of the pleasure of his company.

History of Consent

Word Origin & History

consent early 13c., from O.Fr. consentir, from L. consentire "feel together," from com- "with" + sentire "to feel." "Feeling together," hence, "agreeing, giving permission," apparently a sense evolution that took place in French before the word reached English. Age of consent is attested from 1809.

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