English version

consequent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsequentcon‧se‧quent /ˈkɒnsəkwənt $ ˈkɑːn-/ ●○○ AWL adjective [usually before noun] formal  RESULThappening as a result of a particular event or situation syn resulting the rise in inflation and consequent fall in demand subsequent
Examples from the Corpus
consequentWith precise control both units can be set to operate on and off at the same setting with consequent better heat distribution.Indeed this sensitivity and its consequent biphasic activity seem to be exceptional.The drought and consequent famine struck most of the country.The strange couplings and consequent hybrid styles or aesthetics it bred were multitudinous.Constantly guarding their rather distant borders of self, they become emotionally disconnected, often enduring the consequent loneliness for a lifetime.Researchers may be unaware of their uncritical acceptance of categories and consequent results.The consequent retraining led to lower operating efficiencies on new products.The consequent revaluations would cause mayhem, chaos and huge bills for those on the receiving end.These are, however, necessary consequences of the division of labour and the consequent role of trust in social relationships.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.