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Average projected value, as in the finance term consensus forecast
A process of decision-making that seeks widespread agreement among group members
General agreement among the members of a given group or community, each of which exercises some discretion in decision-making and follow-up action
a collective unanimous opinion of a number of persons
agreement in the judgment or opinion reached by a group as a whole; "the lack of consensus reflected differences in theoretical positions"; "those rights and obligations are based on an unstated consensus"
general agreement or unanimity; group solidarity in sentiment or belief; a non-formal approach to decision-making
{i} general agreement, majority
The point at which agencies and the public offer their agreement with recommendations or findings Although unanimous consensus is seldom achieved, continuous coordination throughout the study process is expected to garner support from most agencies and much of the public
An opinion or position reached by a group as a whole or by majority will: The voters' consensus was that the measure should be adopted
General agreement, characterized by the absence of sustained opposition to substantial issues by any important part of the concerned interests and by a process that involves seeking to take into account the views of all parties concerned and to reconcile any conflicting arguments NOTE: Consensus need not imply unanimity EN 45020: 1998, 1 7
A mutually acceptable agreement that integrates the interests of all concerned parties Consensus is different from decisions reached through voting or an individual or body making a unilateral decision Consensus does not require unanimous consent An agreement reached through consensus may not satisfy each participant's interests equally or receive a similar level of support from all participants Once an agreement is reached through consensus, all parties will be committed to its implementation Back
The point at which agencies and the public agree with recommendations or findings Although unanimous consensus is seldom achieved, continuous coordination throughout the study process is expected to garner support from most agencies and much of the public
Substantial agreement
General accord, group agreement
Consensus decision making requires that everyone agrees with a decision; not just a majority as occurs in majority-rule processes In consensus-based processes, people must work together to develop an agreement that is good enough (though not necessarily perfect) that all of the people at the table are willing to agree to it
An agreement can be adopted by consensus rather than by a vote when there are no stated objections from delegations
The making of a decisions by general agreement and in the absence of any voiced objection
Measure of the extent of agreement or commitment that members feel toward the decisions of a group Generally, consensus means that the members agree with a decision
an opinion held by all or most; a general agreement
A standard of decision-making where agreement is defined as the lack of active opposition to the proposed course of action
A state in which all the members of a group support an action or decision, even if some of them don't fully agree with it
Consensus decision-making requires that everyone agree with a decision, not just a majority, as occurs in majority-rule processes In consensus-based processes, people must work together to develop an agreement that is good enough (though not necessarily perfect) that all of the people at the table are willing to agree
The mutual feeling that all concerns have been addressed and that everyone has been heard and understood
A state where everyone in the group supports an action or decision, even if some of them don't fully agree with it
A process of arriving at a decision after a time of prayer and study; characterized by general agreement rather than by voting; results in a recommendation that all, or nearly all, the members of the group agree to accept and support
An agreement on a specific issue can be adopted by consensus rather than by vote when there are no stated objections from delegations
A class of methods used to estimate the amount of agreement among incongruent or partially congruent trees Usually represented as a tree that is less resolved than any of the input trees (There are also consensus statistics ) A consensus tree is not an hypothesis of evolutionary history, and thus must not be confused with a phylogenetic tree Therefore, it should not be used to trace evolution of characters, areas (biogeography), and so on Most commonly used is the strict consensus tree, which shows only those clades that are common to all the input trees; a majority-rule consensus tree shows all clades that are found in > 50% of the input trees
A consensus is general agreement among a group of people. The consensus amongst the world's scientists is that the world is likely to warm up over the next few decades The question of when the troops should leave would be decided by consensus. an opinion that everyone in a group agrees with or accepts consensus on/about (from the past participle of consentire; CONSENT)
general agreement on specific issues, by all or most of those involved
A result achieved through negotiation whereby a hybrid solution is arrived at between parties to an issue, dispute or disagreement, comprising typically of concessions made by all parties, and to which all parties then subscribe unanimously as an acceptable resolution to the issue or disagreement
Agreement; accord; consent
substantial agreement measured by the degree of consensus that has been achieved by asking participants to agree that they can live with and support the concept both internally and externally
an agreement among people
The collective opinion of a group on the discussion of an issue It means that everyone is willing to accept the decision as a good decision, even if it is not his or her first choice
consensus reality
The set of things considered to be real according to the majority of individuals
consensus trance
An automated state of consciousness; actually, the normal consciousness, based on the premise that people believe what they are told to be true as opposed to what they have themselves realized to be true
consensus ad idem
agreement, understanding of the terms of a contract (Latin)
bi-partisan consensus
agreement between two political parties
bipartisan consensus
agreement by two political parties
consensuses
plural of consensus
national consensus
national agreement
out of consensus
controversial, not of a majority opinion, sensitive
consensus

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    kınsensıs

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    disagreement

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    /kənˈsensəs/ /kənˈsɛnsəs/

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    [ k&n-sen(t)-s&s ] (noun.) 1858. From Latin cōnsēnsus (“agreement, accordance, unanimity”) cōnsentiō (“feel together; agree”); see consent.

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