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View synonyms for consulting

consulting

[ kuhn-suhl-ting ]

adjective

  1. employed or involved in giving professional advice to the public or to those practicing the profession:

    a consulting physician.

  2. of, relating to, or used for consultation:

    a physician's consulting room.



consulting

/ kənˈsʌltɪŋ /

adjective

  1. prenominal acting in an advisory capacity on professional matters

    a consulting engineer



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Other Words From

  • uncon·sulting adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of consulting1

First recorded in 1790–1800; consult + -ing 2

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Example Sentences

He worked at McKinsey, the global management consulting firm, but escaped its clutches to join the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

He retired less than three months later, when he was given an additional $650,000 bonus and a three-month, $300,000 consulting contract.

Search as a tactic is garnering heavy investment on product and budgets, said Brent Ramos, media platform manager at digital marketing analytics and cloud consulting firm Adswerve.

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She was on the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s brand-new, $44 million website called VAMS—the Vaccine Administration Management System, built by the consulting firm Deloitte.

They spent weeks cold-calling and emailing hospitals, departments of public health, other branches of government and consulting companies — anyone they could think of.

This year the GOP closed that gap—and one all-female consulting firm is a big reason why.

Roger Williams lured them with private plane rides, generous consulting contracts and even cash, interviews and records show.

But then the president abruptly reversed himself—without consulting his national security Cabinet members.

John C. Beck, now 54 years old and the owner of a consulting firm, then was 23 years old, fresh out of Harvard.

In fact, he offers free consulting services to doctors who want to go into direct care.

That she was unwise in assuming her own will so promptly, with little regard to consulting his, she might yet discover.

Without having represented to your husband the propriety of first consulting his father, on whom he is dependent, I think?

A good wife never does dare promise anything without consulting her husband, even about her own property.

It was not long before she was able to give him good advice, and it ended by his consulting her about everything.

Louis went down to the telephones, used one after consulting a little black book.

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