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consent 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/kənˈsent/,
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consents, plural;
  1. Give permission for something to happen
    • - he consented to a search by a detective
  2. Agree to do something
    • - he had consented to serve on the panel
Noun
  1. Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something
    • - no change may be made without the consent of all the partners

  1. permission to do something; "he indicated his consent"
  2. accept: give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to; "I cannot accept your invitation"; "I go for this resolution"
  3. (consenting) having given consent; "consenting adults"
  4. Consent refers to the provision of approval or assent, particularly and especially after thoughtful consideration.
  5. Consent within BDSM is an issue that attracts much attention in the field. Practitioners' interests are in ensuring appropriate consent for personal, ethical, and legal reasons. The law also has its own approach to consent in deeming certain acts legal or illegal (see consent (criminal)).
  6. In criminal law, consent may be used as an excuse and prevent the defendant from incurring liability for what was done. For a more general discussion, see Dennis J. Baker, "The Moral Limits of Consent as a Defense in the Criminal Law," 12(1) New Criminal Law Review (2009), see also consensual crime.
  7. Consent is a 2010 drama film written and directed by Ron Brown about a family who turns to smoking and drugs to deal with their oldest daughter's suicide. The film stars Troian Bellisario and Peter Vack.
  8. An online text-based role playing game is a role-playing game played online using a solely text-based interface. Online text-based role playing games date to 1978, with the creation of MUD1, which began the MUD heritage that culminates in today's MMORPGs. ...
  9. Voluntary agreement or permission; To express willingness, to give permission; To cause to sign a consent form
  10. (8. Consents) You are responsible for obtaining any consent or other authority necessary for the work, and will provide to us on request. Where a building consent is required and you have failed to obtain it, we may lodge a building consent application as your agent and at your expense.
  11. (Consents) Presently under the Control of Pesticides Regulations the consents (for example the permission to advertise, sell, supply, store and use) form the basis of a marketing approval. These may be restricted (e.g. for the purposes of disposal only). ...
  12. (Consents) This is the written permission leaseholders require from the landlord or management company. The lease will list items where consent is needed, often for alterations or permissions to keep pets etc.
  13. Agreement; voluntary acceptance of the wish of another.
  14. Acceptance of the procedures involved in donation. A donor must give consent before any of the procedures begin. Before she gives consent, a clinic must have given her adequate information and offered counselling. ...
  15. We may share personal information with third parties when you give us your express or implied consent to do so, such as when you fill out a form requesting certain information from a third party.
  16. An agreement you sign that gives your permission to receive medical services or treatment from doctors or hospitals.
  17. Legal process through which a birth parent voluntarily agrees to make an adoption plan for their child with a specific family through an Independent Adoption.
  18. Agreement or permission that is given voluntarily by a competent person, either orally or in writing.
  19. Explicit permission, given to a Web site by a visitor, to handle her personal information in specified ways. "Informed consent" implies that the company fully discloses its information practices prior to obtaining personal data or permission to use it.
  20. An indication of agreement by an individual to become a participant in a research project. Throughout this Policy, the term “consent” means “free (also referred to as voluntary), informed and ongoing consent.”
  21. is when all partners say "yes" to having sex and mean it. Everyone agrees on what they're going to do, and anyone can make it stop. Saying "no" or saying nothing at all is not consent.
  22. An agreement of the parties resolving pending matters before the court.
  23. Consents are issued by Government Ministers and permit the advertisement, sale, storage and use of pesticides subject to certain conditions. These conditions set out general obligations for all pesticide users. The text of the Consents is available in full. ...
  24. Voluntary agreement. Consent can be express, implied, or provided through an authorized representative. A customer can express consent orally, in writing or electronically. Express consent is unequivocal and does not require inference by the Scotiabank Group Member. ...
  25. a mutual, verbal, physical, and emotional agreement that happens without manipulation, threats, or head games.