[kuh n-sen-suh s] /kənˈsɛn səs/
noun, plural consensuses.
majority of opinion:
The consensus of the group was that they should meet twice a month.
general agreement or concord; harmony.
[kohn-sen-soo s gen-tee-oo m; English kuh n-sen-suh s jen-shee-uh m] /koʊnˈsɛn sʊs ˈgɛn tiˌʊm; English kənˈsɛn səs ˈdʒɛn ʃi əm/
agreement of the people.
general or widespread agreement (esp in the phrase consensus of opinion)
1854 as a term in physiology; 1861 of persons; from Latin consensus “agreement, accord,” past participle of consentire (see consent). There is an isolated instance of the word from 1633.
[kohn-sen-soo s gen-tee-oo m; English kuh n-sen-suh s jen-shee-uh m] /koʊnˈsɛn sʊs ˈgɛn tiˌʊm; English kənˈsɛn səs ˈdʒɛn ʃi əm/ noun, Latin. 1. agreement of the people.
- Consensus sequence
noun 1. (biochem) a DNA sequence common to different organisms and having a similar function in each noun a part of DNA that has a similar function and structure in different organisms Usage Note science
[kon-sen-tey-nee-uh s] /ˌkɒn sɛnˈteɪ ni əs/ adjective 1. agreeing; accordant. 2. done by common ; unanimous. /ˌkɒnsɛnˈteɪnɪəs/ adjective (rare) 1. (foll by to) accordant or consistent (with) 2. done by general consent
[kuh n-sent] /kənˈsɛnt/ verb (used without object) 1. to permit, approve, or agree; comply or yield (often followed by to or an infinitive): He consented to the proposal. We asked her permission, and she consented. 2. Archaic. to agree in sentiment, opinion, etc.; be in harmony. noun 3. permission, approval, or agreement; compliance; acquiescence: He […]