Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Consent"

The meaning of "Consent" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I give my consent to store mean?
A: to give one's consent = to say it is OK to do something
store = keep something safe

I give my consent to store = It is OK for you to keep this
Q: What does to give consent mean?
A: To let a person know they can do a certain thing


EXAMPLE
• Them: Can I go to the park
Me: Yes you can

That would be giving consent basically
Q: What does consent mean?
A: you allow someone to do something - you give permission
Q: What does consent mean?
A: To agree

Example sentences using "Consent"

Q: Please show me example sentences with without consent .
A: "He ate my food without (my) consent, so of course I'm upset with him."

"Without your parent's consent, you cannot buy this game."

"Why would you drive my car without (my) consent?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with consent.
A: “Do I have your consent?” and “I need your consent”.
Q: Please show me example sentences with consent .
A: I need to sign a consent form for my surgery today.
Q: Please show me example sentences with consent.
A: Consent (to) = give permission, allow, agree to. Usually used in legal contexts.

Did she consent to you working on her property?
Please sign this consent form so we can take your photo.
He didn't give consent.

Synonyms of "Consent" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between consent and assent and agree ?
A: To have "consent" means to have "permission for something to happen or agreement to do something".

For example:
I have consent (permission) from my parents to leave school early so that I can go to my doctor's appointment.

You can also give "consent" (permission for someone to do something).

For example:
I have given consent (permission) for my child's photo to be used in the school newsletter.

An "assent" is "the expression of approval or agreement".

For example:
When the teacher suggested that the due date for the assignment could be extended, the class nodded their assent (nodded in agreement)."

You can also "assent" (express approval of) something.

For example:
The policeman asked if I would assent to (agree to) a search of my vehicle.

To "agree" means to "have the same opinion about something".

For example:
I agree with you (share the same opinion) that dogs are better than cats.

To "agree" can also mean to be "similar" or "consistent with".

For example:
Both documents agree (contain similar information).
The story agrees (is consistent) with the facts.

To "agree" can also mean to be "pleasing".

For example:
"The weather agrees with (is pleasing to) him".

Hope this helps :)
Q: What is the difference between consent and agree ?
A: consent is a noun while agree is a verb '' He gave his consent,, ''He agreed to it,,. Maybe using "consented to" would be the easiest option it's a synonym for agreed to
Q: What is the difference between consent to and agree with ?
A: consent is giving permission to something.
agree with can be giving permission, but you can agree with an opinion and it not give permission to do something.
Q: What is the difference between consent and agreement ?
A: Consent is formal and polite out with the law, agreement can be both formal or informal.
Consent to sex, or I give my consent for you to marry my daughter. The man never gave his consent for the police to search his home.
The agreement was made behind closed doors.
Let's agree to disagree. Agreement is more flexible.
Q: What is the difference between consent and approval ?
A: Content means to allow something so for example:

She gave her consent for the surgery.

Approve is to agree with or think that something is 'the right thing' to do.

She approved of the speaker's argument.

Does that help? I'm not sure these are very good examples.

Translations of "Consent"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? consent
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? consent
A: consent

Other questions about "Consent"

Q: I did it without my consent does this sound natural?
A: It's grammatically correct but how can you do something without your own consent? Can you tell me your context?
Q: I understand this consent form is the difference in subtle nuance because the original form is Japanese. does this sound natural?
A: @Fuuuu: I mistakenly said I didn't understand instead of simple unnatural. "I understand that the original consent form is in Japanese, and that there may be subtle differences between this and the original form as a result." This would be a more natural way to say this.
Q: I read this consent form and discuss with doctor therefore I request to have the treatment. I allow medical staffs who have had training can conduct the treatment and assistance. does this sound natural?
A: The tense throughout the first sentence is wavering. 'Read' should be used as a past tense and discuss should mimic it. Ex: I have read this consent form and have discussed with (the/my) doctor, therefore I request to have the treatment.

In the second sentence it would sound better if you removed "I allow" and used 'provide ' in front of assistant.
Q: Revoking consent form
You can revoke this consent form any time.
We never provide unfair treatment even if you are withdrawal consent.
does this sound natural?
A: @Fuuuu: Maybe you could use "You can revoke this consent form at any time. You will not be treated unfairly if you choose to withdraw consent."

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