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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsensualcon‧sen‧su‧al /kənˈsenʃuəl/ adjective formal  1 involving the agreement of all or most people in a group a consensual style of management2 consensual sexual activity is wanted and agreed to by the people involved
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consensualThe act of the directing mind is here unilateral and not consensual and bilateral.Security interests can be divided broadly into consensual and non-consensual securities.Cohesion is maintained by building up a structure of consensual decision-making to make every individual feel an important participant.In terms of government legislation, empirical research has indicated that a consensual model is indeed more applicable.The starting-point for any aesthetic evaluation of the art object was based on a consensual notion of beauty.The rhetoric of adversary politics, it is argued, hides a more consensual substance.As masculinist networks, armies develop the usual patterns of consensual transgressive behaviour.
From Longman Business Dictionaryconsensualcon‧sen‧su‧al /kənˈsensjuəl-ʃuəl/ adjective [only before a noun]COMMERCE consensual agreements, plans, or actions are ones in which all the people involved agree with what is being doneWe think we will be able to reach aconsensual plan that’s fair to all parties.This move towards consensual politics replaces the traditional confrontational approach we used to see between the parties.
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