consent

Consent vs Premit - What's the difference?

consent | premit |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between consent and premit

is that consent is (obsolete) to grant; to allow; to assent to while premit is (obsolete) to premise.

As verbs the difference between consent and premit

is that consent is to express willingness, to give permission while premit is (obsolete) to premise.

As a noun consent

is voluntary agreement or permission.

Respect vs Consent - What's the difference?

respect | consent |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between respect and consent

is that respect is (obsolete) to look toward; to face while consent is (obsolete) to grant; to allow; to assent to.

As nouns the difference between respect and consent

is that respect is (uncountable) an attitude of consideration or high while consent is voluntary agreement or permission.

As verbs the difference between respect and consent

is that respect is to have respect for while consent is to express willingness, to give permission.

As an interjection respect

is (jamaica) hello, hi.

Indulge vs Consent - What's the difference?

indulge | consent |


In lang=en terms the difference between indulge and consent

is that indulge is to satisfy the wishes or whims of while consent is to express willingness, to give permission.

As verbs the difference between indulge and consent

is that indulge is : to yield to a temptation or desire while consent is to express willingness, to give permission.

As a noun consent is

voluntary agreement or permission.

Waiver vs Consent - What's the difference?

waiver | consent |


As nouns the difference between waiver and consent

is that waiver is the act of waiving, or not insisting on, some right, claim, or privilege while consent is voluntary agreement or permission.

As verbs the difference between waiver and consent

is that waiver is while consent is to express willingness, to give permission.

Consent vs Permitted - What's the difference?

consent | permitted |


As verbs the difference between consent and permitted

is that consent is to express willingness, to give permission while permitted is (permit).

As a noun consent

is voluntary agreement or permission.

Consent vs Volunteer - What's the difference?

consent | volunteer |


As verbs the difference between consent and volunteer

is that consent is to express willingness, to give permission while volunteer is (label) to enlist oneself as a volunteer.

As nouns the difference between consent and volunteer

is that consent is voluntary agreement or permission while volunteer is one who enters into, or offers for, any service of his/her own free will, especially when done without pay.

Consent vs Child - What's the difference?

consent | child |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between consent and child

is that consent is (obsolete) to grant; to allow; to assent to while child is (obsolete) a female infant; a girl.

As nouns the difference between consent and child

is that consent is voluntary agreement or permission while child is a daughter or son; an offspring.

As a verb consent

is to express willingness, to give permission.

Consent vs Commitment - What's the difference?

consent | commitment |


As nouns the difference between consent and commitment

is that consent is voluntary agreement or permission while commitment is the act or an instance of committing, putting in charge, keeping, or trust, especially:.

As a verb consent

is to express willingness, to give permission.

Consent vs Persuade - What's the difference?

consent | persuade |


As verbs the difference between consent and persuade

is that consent is to express willingness, to give permission while persuade is .

As a noun consent

is voluntary agreement or permission.

Object vs Consent - What's the difference?

object | consent |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between object and consent

is that object is (obsolete) to set before or against; to bring into opposition; to oppose while consent is (obsolete) to grant; to allow; to assent to.

In lang=en terms the difference between object and consent

is that object is to disagree with something or someone; especially in a court of law, to raise an objection while consent is to express willingness, to give permission.

As nouns the difference between object and consent

is that object is a thing that has physical existence while consent is voluntary agreement or permission.

As verbs the difference between object and consent

is that object is to disagree with something or someone; especially in a court of law, to raise an objection while consent is to express willingness, to give permission.

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