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assent 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/əˈsent/,
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The expression of approval or agreement,
  1. Express approval or agreement, typically officially
    • - Roosevelt assented to the agreement
    • - “Guest house, then,” Frank assented cheerfully
Noun
  1. The expression of approval or agreement
    • - a loud murmur of assent
    • - he nodded assent
  2. Official agreement or sanction
    • - the governor has power to withhold his assent from a bill

  1. agreement with a statement or proposal to do something; "he gave his assent eagerly"; "a murmur of acquiescence from the assembly"
  2. to agree or express agreement; "The Maestro assented to the request for an encore"
  3. (assenting) accession: agreeing with or consenting to (often unwillingly); "accession to such demands would set a dangerous precedent"; "assenting to the Congressional determination"
  4. agreement, act of agreeing; To agree to, give approval to
  5. (assented) Gave acceptance to the truth of a doctrine.
  6. (Assentment) accord, acknowledgment, acquiescence, admission, affirmance, affirmation, agreement, assent, avowal, concord, concordance, confession of faith, nod, recognition.
  7. Agreement by an individual not competent to give legally valid informed consent (e.g., a child or cognitively impaired person) to participate in research.
  8. A formal document required to transfer ownership of property to a person entitled to the property following the death of the owner.
  9. means "to agree to": Greta could not begin the project unless management assented.
  10. After a Bill has passed third reading in the Legislative Assembly, the Commissioner assents to the Bill by signing it. The Bill is thereby enacted and becomes an Act, or law. ...
  11. Make a judgment. For many philosophers of the modern period, assent is the mental act of accepting the truth of a statement, whether or not one has adequate evidence for knowing it.
  12. refers to the power of the Governor to assent the bill passed by the Assembly or return the same to Assembly for reconsideration;
  13. An affirmative agreement to participate in research. Mere failure to object cannot be construed as assent.
  14. a procedure which requires the Council to obtain the EP’s approval before taking certain decisions.
  15. A variation of the concept of Informed Consent specifically used in reference to research subjects such as children or other persons without the full competence to provide informed consent. ...
  16. An intentional approval of known facts that are offered by another for acceptance; agreement; consent.
  17. Document transferring property of a deceased person from the estate to the beneficiary. S36 Administration of Estates Act 1925 requires an assent to be in writing. It does not have to be by deed – which is noteworthy, because usually any document transferring a legal estate has to be by deed.
  18. The document by which personal representatives pass the legal title to land to the person entitled to it under the terms of the deceased's will or the intestacy rules.
  19. the transfer of property to a beneficiary or trustee by the executors.
  20. Children and adolescents are not deemed capable of giving true informed consent, so they are asked for their assent, or agreement, to participation in a clinical trial
  21. agree; consent; approve