n. 同意，许可; 批文
If you give your consent to something, you give someone permission to do it.
At approximately 11:30 p.m., Pollard finally gave his consent to the search...
Can my child be medically examined without my consent?
If you consent to something, you agree to do it or to allow it to be done.
He finally consented to go...
He asked Ginny if she would consent to a small celebration after the christening...
If something happens by common consent or by mutual consent, it happens as the result of an agreement between the people or groups involved.
By common consent their talk avoided the reason for their being there at all...
He left the company by mutual consent last September.
You can use by general consent or by common consent to indicate that most people agree that something is true.
By common consent this election constituted a historic step on the road to democracy.
1. permission to do something;
1. give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to;
agree, consent, approve, comply, subscribe
by common consent
He has obtained the consent of the dean for going abroad.
Shakespeare is, by common consent, the greatest English dramatist.
He made the decision without my prior knowledge or consent.
The only time I had a brush with the law was when I was falsely accused of taking away a car without the owner's consent.
Your silence implies tacit consent to these proposals.