Q: In consequence, I’m inclined to reserve all judgments, a habit that has opened up many curious natures to me and also made me the victim of not a few veteran bores. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Вот откуда взялась у меня привычка к сдержанности в суждениях — привычка, которая часто служила мне ключом к самым сложным натурам и еще чаще делала меня жертвой матерых надоед.
The Great Gatsby
Q: You bet there'll be consequences. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The phrase"You bet there'll be consequences" means something like if you were to say I went into the woods but there are wolves and so there is a chance of me getting hurt. (I'm so sorry I tried my best to explain this)
Q: You bet there'll be consequences. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means you know somethings going to happen because of something you or someone else has done
Q: consequences とはどういう意味ですか?
A: • A result of a particular action or situation, often one that is bad or not convenient:

Not making a will can have serious consequences for your children and other family members.

Scientists think it is unlikely that any species will actually become extinct as a consequence of the oil spill.

I told the hairdresser to do what she wanted to my hair, and look at the consequences!

Well, if you insist on eating so much, you'll have to suffer/take (= accept and deal with) the consequences!

• Of little/no consequence (also not of any/much consequence)
Not important:

The money was of little consequence to Tony.

• A result of an action or situation, esp. (in the plural) a bad result:

For someone who is old and weak, the consequences of a broken hip can be serious.

• The condition of having a lasting effect; importance:

Last summer there were 15 hurricanes, but only one was of any consequence.
Q: preoccupied with the consequences とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I imagine it means that you are thinking only or obsessively about what the consequences of your actions are or what they will be?
Or that you are dealing with the consequences at this very moment, therefore, you are preoccupied with them.


Q: do you think the consequences will be good ?

I need to replace consequences for a more casual way を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: you can use the words results, effect, outcome
e.g. do you think the results of this will be good?
Q: consequence を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The ex-president's policies led to hideous (terrible) consequences.

Children should be taught to accept the consequences of their actions.

Every action has consequences.

Trains stopped in consequence of the heavy rain.
Q: consequences を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "If you keep behaving like this, you will be treated the same way, with all the ensuing consequences."

"The consequences of this war were myriads of destroyed families".
Q: consequence を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Low exam grades are the inevitable consequence of skipping homework.

Abundant wildlife is a natural consequence of maintaining large woodland areas.
Q: In consequence を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: John began drinking heavily, and in consequence was soon fired from his job for arriving late and intoxicated.

A town meeting was scheduled in consequence of the recent crime spree.


Q: What you will see is tough consequence. と What you will see is of tough consequence. はどう違いますか?
A: @minkee123
If you’re trying to say that something is the consequence of what someone did, then you could say something like,
“You’ll see the consequences of your actions later.”
Between the two you mentioned,
“What you will see is a tough consequence,” and “What you will see is of a touch consequence,” the first one sounds more natural.
Again, I’m not sure what you’re trying to say here though. I can’t imagine an American person saying, “what you will see is a tough consequence,” unless they were following it up with something like, “what you’ll see is a tough consequence of the actions of these men,” or something like that. Consequence(s) is something that happens as a result of something else. Most of the time people use the word as a negative, like if you steal, the consequence is prison. People often use the word like it has a similar if not the same meaning as punishment.
Q: consequence と implication はどう違いますか?
A: Implication is the conclusion that is gathered from something without it being stated. You can use it in the term 'implied'.

"I am implying that you didn't do your homework due to the lack of knowledge."

Consequence is the result of something.

"As a consequence for the lack of homework you have done, you failed the test."

Hope that helps.
Q: consequence と result はどう違いますか?
A: consequence - negative outcome
result - neutral outcome
Q: consequence と result はどう違いますか?
A: @misokatsu: Both words share a common meaning in that it refers to what comes after an event. The difference is in the connotation. Consequence usually carries a suggestion of something potentially or actually negative. You wouldn't expect someone to say, "as a consequence of your excellent work in the last project, you're getting promoted!" The phrase "face the consequences" also has a negative meaning.

Result is more regularly used in conversation. Ex. "As a result of your hard work, you got a good grade" It is neutral and can be both negative or positive.
Q: consequence と result はどう違いますか?
A: Consequence is usually a negative outcome (Such as being punished).
Result is an outcome.

"If you fail your test, you will face the consequences."
"Later today, you will get your test result."


Q: The consequences of interaction can be difficult to foresee because they are subject to academic backgrounds of both parties. Here what does "subject to" mean? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "Subject to.." Can mean two things;

1. Having the tendency/likeness to be affected by something that is usually unpleasant.
i.e, "The country's economy is subject to decline in the next couple of years." = this sentence implies that "the country's economy" has the probability to fall …in the next couple of years.

2. Roughly like, "Determined by.." — means what was mentioned is reliant on (something.)
i.e, "The proposed laws are subject to the approval of the president." = this implies that the "proposed laws" are relying on the "president's approval".

It seems to me that in your sentence, "…subject to.." means the latter.

"The consequences of interaction can be difficult to foresee because they are subject to academic backgrounds of both parties." = this implies that the "consequences" are difficult to anticipate because they are being determined by/reliant to the "academic backgrounds"
Q: consequences は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Consequences
Q: consequence は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: consequence
Q: consequences は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: how do you use "consequence"? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @yh2481: you will pay for the consequences.


Q: But being old and wise, he knew about the consequences of these actions. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Yeah, it sounds natural, but it's like how an author writes, not like every day speech that people use.
Q: You face severe consequences.

I don't know this sentence structure !
so I would like to ask you some questions.

1, Is “severe” classified as a verb ?

2, “severe consequences” agree in grammer structure with “suffer the consequences
Am I right ?😅
I mean they have structure like...

(verb) severe (object) consequence

I just have to know !

A: Severe is an adjective, meaning very serious, strict or harsh, so "face" is the verb and "severe consequences" is the object. And I'm not entirely sure what you mean by the second part, but "suffer the consequences" is different grammatically because "suffer" is a verb and not an adjective.
Does that help at all?
Q: She hadn't expected the consequences of her whimsical choices until she found her bank account with only $200 dollars. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I just changed the word "expected" because if you think about it that would be like saying that only after finding 200 dollars in her bank account did she "expect" the consequences. You can only expect something before it happens... if that makes sense
Q: choose whatever you want, but be aware that the comsequence/outcome/result is yours.

are consequence and outcome and result the same?
A: No neither of them are too formal. Both "result" and "outcome" are used frequently ^^
Q: The consequence is that their habit is not only harmful to their health but also to those living around them. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It's hard to tell without context, but I'd say "Consequently, their habit is not only harmful to their health but also to those living around them."