"Hopefully when consultation over we can have a coffee like the old days," Hunt replied.
The counterprovocation plan calls for consultation at the highest political levels in the event of an attack from North Korea.
She talks to Marlow Stern about our obsession with celebrity, her consultation with Kanye West, our shrinking privacy, and more.
[…] If my consultation price is too high please go elsewhere.
Crucially, the consultation is not a matter of "whether" to welcome gay couples into the marital fold but "how" to do so.
Collectively they constitute, for consultation, the general manager's staff.
A consultation which was then held resulted, apparently, in a resolution to attack them.
No sooner, therefore, was the breakfast over, than captain summoned Joyce to a consultation on the contemplated movement.
That mild mourning had been the result of anxious planning and consultation.
After a consultation with Patsy, the doctor undertook to speak seriously to the unreasonably afflicted men.
early 15c., from Middle French consultation, from Latin consultationem (nominative consultatio), from past participle stem of consultare "consult, ask counsel of; reflect, consider maturely," frequentative of consulere "to deliberate, consider," originally probably "to call together," as in consulere senatum "to gather the senate" (to ask for advice), from com- "with" (see com-) + *selere "take, gather (the Senate) together," from PIE root *sal- "to take, seize."
consultation con·sul·ta·tion (kŏn'səl-tā'shən)
A meeting of two or more health professionals to discuss the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of a particular case.