consulta (plural consultas)
- An official meeting or consultation.
- 2009, Kara Zugman Dellacioppa, This Bridge Called Zapatismo, page 116:
- One method that has been carried out by the Zapatistas and by their sympathizers is the practice of consulta, referendum, and plebisite. […] A consulta has to do with voting, but it is voting that takes place alongside debate between different people.
- The meeting of a government council, especially of an Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese government or agency.
- 1768, James Boswell, Boulton, James & T. O. McLoughlin, editors, An Account of Corsica, the Journal of a Tour to That Island, annotated edition of original by Boswell, published 2006, page 97:
- The magistrates of each province also send a procuratour to the general consulta; and when all the procuratours are assembled at Corte, […] may proceed to the election of the president and oratour of the general consulta.
- The minutes or report of such a government council.
- 1824, Richard Raynal Keene, Letter of vindication to Colonel Munroe, President of the United States, page 55:
- the council of Indies sent […] their consulta relative to my colony. In this consulta, bearing the date of 26th November, 1819, his majesty was advised of the unanimous decision of the council, in favor of a grant to me in Mexico
consulta f (plural consultes)
- third-person singular present indicative form of consultar
- second-person singular imperative form of consultar
consulta f (plural consulte)
- consulta in Charles du Fresne du Cange’s Glossarium Mediæ et Infimæ Latinitatis (augmented edition, 1883–1887)
consulta f (plural consultas)
- Third-person singular (ele, ela, also used with tu and você?) present indicative of consultar
- Second-person singular (tu) affirmative imperative of consultar