consensual

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From consensus +‎ -ual.

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consensual (comparative more consensual, superlative most consensual)

  1. with permission, with consensus, without coercion; allowed without objecting or resisting
  2. (law) existing, or made, by the mutual consent of two or more parties
    a consensual contract
  3. (biology) excited or caused by sensation, sympathy, or reflex action, and not by conscious volition
    consensual motions
    1. Contralaterally corresponding rather than ipsilaterally induced
      direct and consensual pupillary reflexes produce bilateral constriction from a unilateral stimulus

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French consensuel

Adjective[edit]

consensual m or n (feminine singular consensuală, masculine plural consensuali, feminine and neuter plural consensuale)

  1. consensual

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Spanish[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /konsenˈswal/, [kõn.sẽnˈswal]

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consensual (plural consensuales)

  1. consensual