English - Vietnamese Dictionary
consent /kən'sent/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự đồng ý, sự ưng thuận, sự bằng lòng, sự thoả thuận; sự tán thành)
- by greneral (common) consent: do sự ưng thuận chung, được toàn thể nhất trí tán thành
- by mutual consent: do hai bên bằng lòng
- with one consent: được toàn thể tán thành
- to carry the consent of somebody: được sự tán thành của ai
- age of consent
- tuổi kết hôn, tuổi cập kê
- nội động từ
- đồng ý, ưng thuận, thoả thuận; tán thành
- to consent to a plan: tán thành một kế hoạch
+permission to do something
+give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to
Advanced English Dictionary
1 agree, comply, concur, accede, acquiesce, concede, yield, submit, cede, conform, give in:
He asked for payment in advance and I consented.
2 consent to. permit, allow, agree to, give in to, approve, authorize:
Richard's parents consented to his going on the outing.
3 approval, assent, permission, sanction, authorization, imprimatur, seal of approval, Colloq OK, okay, go-ahead:
Have Richard's parents given their consent?
4 agreement, acceptance, acquiescence, compliance, approval, concurrence:
Taxes cannot be raised without the consent of Parliament.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [U] ~ (to sth) permission to do sth, especially given by sb in authority: Children under 16 cannot give consent to medical treatment. + The written consent of a parent is required. + to refuse / withhold your consent + He is charged with taking a car without the owner's consent.
See also - AGE OF CONSENT
2 [U] agreement about sth: She was chosen as leader by common consent (= everyone agreed to the choice). + By mutual consent they didn't go out (= they both agreed not to).
3 [C] an official document giving permission for sth
~ (to sth) (rather formal) to agree to sth or give your permission for sth: [V] When she told them what she intended they readily consented. + He reluctantly consented to his daughter's marriage. + [V to inf] She finally consented to answer our questions.
full | common, general, mutual | express | tacit
Your silence implies tacit consent to these proposals.
Doctors must obtain the informed consent of all patients before giving any treatment.
No action can be taken without the prior consent of the owner.
| formal, written | parental
VERB + CONSENT
give (sb), grant (sb)
You must give written consent before the documents can be released.
| refuse (sb), withhold | gain, get, have, obtain
Do you have the consent of your employer?
| require, seek
by (common/general/mutual) ~
The contract can only be broken by mutual consent.
| with/without sb's ~
Your property cannot be sold without your consent.
| ~ for
He gave his consent for treatment.
| ~ from
consent from the parents
| ~ to
He withheld his consent to the marriage.
the age of consent
(= the age at which sb is legally old enough to agree to have a sexual relationship)verb
freely | kindly
He has kindly consented to give us some of his valuable time.
Her father would not consent to the marriage.
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