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Spanish translation of “consult”

consult

verb /kənˈsalt/
to seek advice or information from
consultar
Consult your doctor He consulted his watch He consulted with me about what we should do next.
(of a doctor etc) to give professional advice
pasar visita
He consults on Mondays and Fridays.
consultant noun a person who gives professional advice
asesor, consultor
He is consultant to a firm of engineers (also adjective) a consultant engineer.
(medical) a senior hospital doctor specializing in a particular branch of medicine
especialista
His condition is so serious that they have sent for the consultant (also adjective) a consultant physician.
consultation /kon-/ noun
consulta
How much does he charge for a consultation?
(Definition of consult from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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