Hay 2 definiciones de console en inglés:

console1

Silabificación: con·sole
Pronunciación: /kənˈsōl
 
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verbo

[with object]
  • Comfort (someone) at a time of grief or disappointment: she tried to console him but he pushed her gently away you can console yourself with the thought that you did your best
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    • Gently she stroked her hair and consoled her with a reassuring touch.
    • My associate quickly became a friend as he tried consoling me with humour and sympathy.
    • A great deal has been said about these artists searching for the ugly instead of consoling us with beauty.
    Sinónimos
    comfort, solace, sympathize with, commiserate with, show compassion for, condole with; help, support, cheer (up), hearten, encourage, reassure, soothe

Derivativos

consolable

adjetivo
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  • Something in the European temperament became blunter, less trusting, less imaginatively consolable - arguably more secular and politically militant.
  • Tradition does not deny the pain of death, but stresses its fleeting and consolable character.
  • ‘Guys are very consolable, so don't worry about it.’

consoler

sustantivo
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  • These people - artists, inventors, designers, storytellers, caregivers, consolers, big picture thinkers - will now reap society's richest rewards and share its greatest joys.
  • The foundation has to raise 150,000 annually to facilitate the two full time specially trained nurses and illness consolers.
  • This was in concert with their belief that sleep was the greatest of all physicians and the most powerful consoler of humanity.

consolingly

adverbio
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  • ‘She's on another planet,’ I said consolingly.
  • If there is a more desperately funny or a more consolingly heartbreaking image of our position in the universe than the portrait, at the end of the book, of the self-anointed knight trampled by swine, I have not discovered it.
  • One smiled consolingly and said the evening had reduced my time in purgatory.

Origen

mid 17th century (replacing earlier consolate): from French consoler, from Latin consolari, from con- 'with' + solari 'soothe'.

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Hay 2 definiciones de console en inglés:

console2

Silabificación: con·sole
Pronunciación: /ˈkänˌsōl
 
/

sustantivo

  • 1A panel or unit accommodating a set of controls for electronic or mechanical equipment.
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    • However, when she hit the ground, her left shoulder came in contact with the side panel of the control console.
    • They were expendable anyway, since whenever the ship was hit, control panels and consoles on the bridge would short out in their faces.
    • Hackers can also jack enemy vehicles and make them their own, as well as hack enemy consoles so friendly units can use them.
    Sinónimos
    control panel, instrument panel, dashboard; keyboard, keypad
    informal dash
  • 1.1 (also games console) A small electronic device for playing computerized video games.
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    • A surround sound hi-fi system, plasma TV screen, multiplayer games consoles, internet-connected computers with webcam are just some of the accessories that will fit the bill.
    • Up to four computers or games consoles can be attached directly to the device using Ethernet, the standard network connection.
    • But presumably there will come a time when most homes have it, and it will feed a broader local network comprising not only computers but games consoles and other home entertainment devices.
  • 1.2A cabinet for television or radio equipment.
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    • This may be my last broadcast gentle listeners, the last time you hear my soothing words and sage advice drifting out of your radio consoles like a summer zephyr.
    • Lawrence looked over to the radio console and made a slashing motion across his throat.
    • Greta folded her arms across her chest, peering from the scope to the radio console.
  • 1.3The cabinet or enclosure containing the keyboards, stops, pedals, etc., of an organ.
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    • This time, the focus was on synths and consoles.
    • For example, elevated or centralized organ consoles suggest the object of our worship is the music, or (worse yet) the musician.
    • The organ console was located at the left side of the shallow orchestra pit, and its music rack and decorative French caps extended above the level of the stage floor.
  • 1.4A monitor and keyboard in a multiuser computer system.
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    • A surround sound hi-fi system, plasma TV screen, multiplayer games consoles, internet-connected computers with webcam are just some of the accessories that will fit the bill.
    • Up to four computers or games consoles can be attached directly to the device using Ethernet, the standard network connection.
    • But presumably there will come a time when most homes have it, and it will feed a broader local network comprising not only computers but games consoles and other home entertainment devices.
  • 2An ornamented bracket with scrolls or corbel supporting a cornice, shelf, or tabletop.
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    • Made of vitreous China, sinks like the 27 1/2-inch pedestal basin shown come with pedestal covers or metal consoles.
    • In the museum lobby, a main directory resting on a console introduces the tactile itinerary on the slanted glass surface.
    • Classic urn lamps supported by contemporary consoles establish the room's style mix.
  • 3A support between the seats of an automobile that has indentations for holding small items.
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    • The access and double cab models add such things as bucket seats and a center console as standard.
    • A new interior had to be designed to accommodate bucket seats and a floor console.
    • The plastic dash and centre console, where the gear lever was mounted, looked sturdy and practical.

Origen

mid 17th century ( (sense 2)): from French, perhaps from consolider, from Latin consolidare (see consolidate).

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