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consoleverb [T]

us   /kənˈsoʊl/
  • console verb [T] (COMFORT)

to give comfort and sympathy to someone who is sad or disappointed: The boys consoled one another after their team’s first defeat.

consolenoun [C]

us   /ˈkɑn·soʊl/
  • console noun [C] (CONTROLS)

a special area containing a set of controls for electric equipment, esp. on an aircraft or boat: The jet’s console contains dozens of dials, meters, and switches.
A console is also a cabinet that sits on the floor and contains an electrical unit such as a television.
(Definition of console from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “console”
in Korean 위로하다…
in Arabic يُواسي, يَسلّي…
in Malaysian pujuk…
in French consoler…
in Russian утешать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 安慰,安撫,撫慰,慰藉…
in Italian consolare…
in Turkish teselli etmek, avutmak, daha iyi hissetmesini sağlamak…
in Polish pocieszać…
in Spanish consolar…
in Vietnamese an ủi…
in Portuguese consolar…
in Thai ปลอบใจ…
in German trösten…
in Catalan consolar…
in Japanese ~を慰める…
in Chinese (Simplified) 安慰,安抚,抚慰,慰藉…
in Indonesian menghibur…
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