[kon-suh-ley-shuh n] /ˌkɒn səˈleɪ ʃən/
the act of ; comfort; solace.
the state of being .
someone or something that :
His faith was a consolation during his troubles. Her daughters are a consolation to her.
Sports. a game, match, or race for tournament entrants eliminated before the final round, as a basketball game between the losing semifinalists.
the act of consoling or state of being consoled; solace
a person or thing that is a source of comfort in a time of suffering, grief, disappointment, etc
c.1400, “act of consolation;” see consolation.
late 14c., “act of consoling,” from Old French consolacion (11c., Modern French consolation) “solace, comfort; delight, pleasure,” from Latin consolationem (nominative consolatio-) “consoling, comforting,” noun of action from consolat-, past participle stem of consolari (see console (v.)). Consolation prize is recorded from 1886.
[kawn-saw-lah-taw del mah-re] /kɔn sɔˈlɑ tɔ dɛl ˈmɑ rɛ/ noun 1. a code of maritime law compiled in the Middle Ages: it drew upon ancient law and has influenced modern law.
[kuh n-sol-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /kənˈsɒl əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/ adjective 1. giving comfort; . adj. early 15c., from Latin consolatorius, from consolator, agent noun from consolari (see console (v.)).
[kuh n-sohl] /kənˈsoʊl/ verb (used with object), consoled, consoling. 1. to alleviate or lessen the grief, sorrow, or disappointment of; give solace or comfort: Only his children could console him when his wife died. [kon-sohl] /ˈkɒn soʊl/ noun 1. Also called game(s) console, gaming console, video-game console. a computer system specially made for playing video […]
[kuh n-sohl] /kənˈsoʊl/ verb (used with object), consoled, consoling. 1. to alleviate or lessen the grief, sorrow, or disappointment of; give solace or comfort: Only his children could console him when his wife died. /kənˈsəʊl/ verb 1. to serve as a source of comfort to (someone) in disappointment, loss, sadness, etc /ˈkɒnsəʊl/ noun 1. an […]