withhold consent


withhold consent
index disoblige, forbid, hold out (resist), refuse

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • consent — I n. 1) to give one s consent to 2) to refuse, withhold one s consent 3) common; general; informed; mutual; parental; tacit; unanimous consent 4) by consent (by mutual consent) 5) (misc.) the age of consent II v. 1) (D; intr.) to consent to (to… …   Combinatory dictionary

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  • consent — con|sent1 W3 [kənˈsent] n [U] 1.) permission to do something ▪ He took the car without the owner s consent . ▪ Her parents gave their consent to the marriage. ▪ A patient can refuse consent for a particular treatment at any time. ▪ Most owners… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • withhold — verb ADVERB ▪ deliberately, intentionally (esp. AmE) VERB + WITHHOLD ▪ threaten to ▪ The government was threatening to withhold future financial aid. ▪ decide to …   Collocations dictionary

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