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consent

noun [no plural]   /kənˈsent/
permission to do something consentimiento You can’t come without your parents’ consent.
verb   /kənˈsent/
to agree to do something acceder (a) The college eventually consented to the studentsdemands.
(Definition of consent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

consent

verb /kənˈsent/
to give permission or agree (to) consentir I had no choice but to consent to the plan Her father consented to her marrying me although I was just a poor student.
(Definition of consent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “consent”
in Korean 동의하다…
in Arabic يوافِق…
in Malaysian berstuju…
in French consentir (à)…
in Russian соглашаться…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同意, 答應, 許可,允許…
in Italian acconsentire…
in Turkish razı olmak, muvafakat etmek, izin vermek…
in Polish zgadzać się…
in Vietnamese bằng lòng…
in Portuguese consentir…
in Thai ยอมให้ทำ…
in German zustimmen…
in Catalan accedir (a)…
in Japanese 同意する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 同意, 答应, 许可,允许…
in Indonesian menyetujui…
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