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consequence /ˈkɒnsəkwəns, ˈkɒnsɪkwəns $ ˈkɑːnsə-kwens/ noun

نتیجه منطقی ، اثر ، برامد ، دست اورد ، پی امد ، قانون ـ فقه: نتیجه ، روانشناسی: پی امد
- result, effect, end result, issue, outcome, repercussion, sequel, upshot
- importance, account, concern, import, moment, significance, value, weight
Antonyms: antecedent
Contrasted words: origin, root, source
Related Words: exigency, need, fame, honor, renown, reputation, repute
English Thesaurus: result, consequence, repercussions, outcome, the upshot, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

consequence S3 W2 AC /ˈkɒnsəkwəns, ˈkɒnsɪkwəns $ ˈkɑːnsə-kwens/ noun
[Word Family: adverb: consequently, inconsequentially; adjective: consequent, consequentialinconsequential; noun: consequence]

1. [countable] something that happens as a result of a particular action or set of conditions
consequence of
Many believe that poverty is a direct consequence of overpopulation.
consequence for
Our findings have far-reaching consequences for researchers.
with ... consequences
He ate some poisonous mushrooms, with fatal consequences.

2. as a consequence (of something)/in consequence (of something) formal as a result of something:
Animals have died as a consequence of coming into contact with this chemical.
She was over the age limit and, in consequence, her application was rejected.

3. of little/no/any etc consequence formal not very important or valuable
of little/no/any etc consequence to
Your opinion is of little consequence to me.
I don’t suppose it is of any consequence now.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. full | far-reaching, important, profound | adverse, bad, catastrophic, damaging, dangerous, devastating, dire, disastrous, fatal, harmful, negative, serious, severe, terrible, tragic, unfortunate, unpleasant | beneficial, good, positive | major, main | direct, immediate | indirect | inevitable, necessary | likely, possible, potential | logical, natural | long-term, short-term | unintended | ecological, economic, electoral, environmental, financial, legal, physical, political, social to face up to the physical consequences of ageing
VERB + CONSEQUENCE have, lead to The practice had far-reaching environmental consequences.
accept, bear, face (up to), suffer, take You must accept the full consequences of your behaviour.
CONSEQUENCE + VERB arise, ensue, follow the important electoral consequences that will follow from this decision
PREP. as a ~ Hundreds of people lost their jobs as a direct consequence of the merger.
in ~ (of) (formal) The child was born deformed in consequence of an injury to its mother.
~ for This could have serious consequences for the economy.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


be a consequence of something
Low energy may be a consequence of sleeping badly.
have consequences
Taking financial risks can have serious consequences.
accept/take the consequences (=understand and deal with them)
I’m prepared to accept the consequences of my decision.
face/suffer the consequences (=accept the bad results of something you have done)
He broke the law, and he will have to face the consequences.
consequences follow (=happen)
Once the decision has been made, consequences follow.
consider the consequences (=think what might happen as a result of something)
She jumped into the river without considering the consequences.
escape the consequences (=avoid them)
I knew I’d made a mistake and that I couldn’t escape the consequences.
the possible/likely consequences
What are the likely consequences of these changes?
an inevitable consequence (=that you cannot avoid)
Loss of mobility is not an inevitable consequence of old age.
serious consequences (=bad and important)
Too much fishing in these seas has had serious consequences.
disastrous/dire consequences (=very bad and damaging)
If temperatures continue to rise, it could have disastrous consequences for agriculture.
an important consequence
This discovery was an important consequence of his research.
social/political/economic consequences
The rise in food prices has had enormous economic and political consequences.
a direct consequence of something (=a consequence directly caused by something)
The spread of information has been a direct consequence of the Internet.
a natural/logical consequence (=that naturally/logically follows something)
Obviously disappointment is a natural consequence of defeat.
a negative consequence (=a bad or unpleasant result)
the negative consequences of drinking too much alcohol
an adverse/unfortunate consequence (=that affects your life, a situation etc badly)
Divorce often has unfortunate consequences for children.
tragic consequences (=very sad, usually involving death)
Someone dropped a burning cigarette, with tragic consequences.
far-reaching consequences (=important and affecting many things)
The new law is sure to have far-reaching consequences.
long-term consequences (=results that last a long time, or appear after a long time)
If you smoke it may have long-term consequences.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: in consequence , in consequence of

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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