1. a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon;
2. the outcome of an event especially as relative to an individual;
3. having important effects or influence;
Let us elaborate a significant consequence of this fact.
Packing the immediate consequence that concerns nevertheless is the heavy loss of economic interest.
No matter what the consequence will be, you've already been the winner.
Lua's compactness is a consequence of its simplicity.
As a consequence of the side effect of the drug, he has become a deaf.
Nothing of consequence was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
This includes: conclude to one, triangle, increase consequence, math induction, Vandermonde determinant and so on.
As a consequence, structured finance had remained a niche and highly bespoke practice throughout the 1990 s.
Subsequently the eloquent man frequently asked the consequence of quenching in sequence.
In consequence , their acquaintance developed into long and profitable friendship.
The Hungarian incident was the consequence.
It was but the natural consequence of a strong affection in a young and ardent mind.
Peter blurted out the news before he considered the consequence.
This matter is of great consequence to all of us.
It's of no consequence.
In consequence of your bad work I am forced to dismiss you.
If you play the fool, and lose a good job on consequence , you can hardly expect much sympathy.
He may be a man of consequence in his own village, but he is nobody here.
In consequence he lost his place.
The consequence was that he caught a bad cold.
It was an inevitable consequence of the decision.
I regret to inform you he died as a consequence of his injuries.
What he liked to do was to take an idea and wrestle it by finding every possible consequence.
In this changing business environment, different demands are being placed on employees. As a consequence, the education system needs to change.
Where he is from is of no consequence to me.
His death was totally unexpected and, in consequence, no plans had been made for his replacement.
Wastage was no doubt a necessary consequence of war.
As an overseer, he suddenly found himself a person of consequence.
Maternity services were to be reduced in consequence of falling birth rates.
take (或 bear) the consequences
accept responsibility for the negative results or effects of one's choice or action
As a result; consequently.
consequence, result, effect, outcome