What is the definition of consent?
Consent is also defined as acceptance or approval of what is planned or done by another; acquiescence. It is the permission given for something. An example of this is the permission a mother gives to her teenage daughter to spend time with her new boyfriend. To give permission, as in agreeing to another person’s proposal; to agree.
Consent means agreeing to do something or to give permission.
Another example is when a parent signs a form or document to allow their child to go on a field trip.
Being of the same opinion or point of view.
Acceptance or approval of what another intends or does; acquiescence.
Giving permission, as with another person’s proposal; agreeing.
Giving permission for medical treatment; giving permission to go on a business trip; giving permission to see someone on short notice.
To settle, assent, approve, acquiesce, voluntarily settle or acquiesce, give permission for a particular act or purpose.
Approval that is clear, definite, precise, and not to be misunderstood.
Permission given after being fully informed of the nature, benefits, costs, and risks of a proposed course of action.
Voluntary assent or approval.
(Medicine) Having one sign a permission form.
Agreement on an opinion or course of action.
She was chosen by common agreement to speak on behalf of the group.
Permission, approval, or assent; specifically: informed consent.
Agreement in opinion or sentiment.
By general permission.
Assent that is not specifically expressed, but is inferred from a person’s behavior.
Expressing willingness, granting permission.
I have agreed to have the procedure performed.
Agreeing in opinion or sentiment; being of the same opinion; agreeing; agreeing.
(voluntary assent): disagreement, disagreement, resistance, refusal.