consultant

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EtymologyEdit

From French consultant, present participle of consulter, from Latin cōnsultāre (to deliberate, consult), frequentative of cōnsulere (to consult, deliberate, consider, reflect upon, ask advice), from com- (together) + -sulere, of uncertain origin.

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consultant (plural consultants)

  1. a person or party that is consulted
  2. a person whose occupation is to be consulted for their expertise, advice, or help in an area or specialty; a party whose business is to be similarly consulted

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PronunciationEdit

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consultant

  1. present participle of consultar

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consultant (feminine singular consultante, masculine plural consultants, feminine plural consultantes)

  1. consulting

NounEdit

consultant m (plural consultants, feminine consultante)

  1. consultant

VerbEdit

consultant

  1. present participle of consulter

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cōnsultant

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of cōnsultō

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consultant m (plural consultants)

  1. (Jersey) consultant