noun, plural con·sult·an·cies.
- consular agent,
- consulate general,
- consultant nurse,
Origin of consultancy
Examples from the Web for consultancy
Western democrats became hypocrites in the face of consultancy contracts or low-cost oil and gas.
After a radical restructuring—and a round of debt-forgiveness from the FDIC—the consultancy survived.Bill Bain Speaks: ‘The Unfair Attacks Are Not Worth Responding To’|Alex Klein|October 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The company could, for example, attach a consultancy clause to her severance agreement.