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verb /kənˈsəul/
to comfort
She could not console the weeping child.
consolation /kon-/ noun the act of consoling.
something that consoles
His great wealth was no consolation for the loss of his reputation (also adjective) a consolation prize (for someone who just failed to win).
Translations of “console”
in Korean 위로하다…
in Arabic يُواسي, يَسلّي…
in French consoler…
in Italian consolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 安慰,安撫,撫慰,慰藉…
in Russian утешать…
in Turkish teselli etmek, avutmak, daha iyi hissetmesini sağlamak…
in Polish pocieszać…
in Portuguese consolar…
in German trösten…
in Catalan consolar…
in Japanese ~を慰める…
in Chinese (Simplified) 安慰,安抚,抚慰,慰藉…
(Definition of console from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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