console vs condole

console condole

Definitions

  • 1) A cabinet that controls, instruments, and displays are mounted upon.
  • 2) The keyboard and screen of a computer or other electronic device.
  • 3) architecture An ornamental member jutting out of a wall to carry a superincumbent weight.
  • 4) video games A device dedicated to playing video games, set apart from arcade cabinets by its ability to change games.
  • 5) video games A device dedicated to playing video games, set apart from arcade cabinets by its ability to change games.
  • 6) architecture An ornamental member jutting out of a wall to carry a superincumbent weight.
  • 7) A cabinet designed to stand on the floor, especially one that houses home entertainment equipment, such as a TV or stereo system.
  • 8) A storage tray or container mounted between the seats of an automobile.
  • 9) a table whose top is supported by two or more consoles instead of legs.
  • 10) (Computers) The keyboard and monitor of a computer considered together.
  • 11) Any small bracket; also, a console table.
  • 12) the desklike controlling unit of an organ containing the keyboard, pedals, stops, etc. by means of which the organ is played.
  • 13) a home entertainment device such as a television, radio, phonograph, CD player, or combination of these, designed as a piece of furniture, to stand on the floor rather than on a table or in a separate cabinet; -- also used attributively in the phrase console model.
  • 14) (Computers) The keyboard and monitor of a computer considered together.
  • 15) A bracket whose projection is not more than half its height.
  • 16) (Engineering) The controlling portion of an electrical, electronic, or mechanical device or system, from which the operator may observe the state of the system as indicated by gauges or on some form of display{n3}, and may direct or control the action of the system.
  • 17) (Engineering) The controlling portion of an electrical, electronic, or mechanical device or system, from which the operator may observe the state of the system as indicated by gauges or on some form of display{n3}, and may direct or control the action of the system.
  • 18) housing for electronic instruments, as radio or television
  • 19) an ornamental scroll-shaped bracket (especially one used to support a wall fixture)
  • 20) a small table fixed to a wall or designed to stand against a wall
  • 21) a scientific instrument consisting of displays and an input device that an operator can use to monitor and control a system (especially a computer system)
  • 22) In organ-building, the desk in which the keyboards and stop-action are contained and before which the player sits.
  • 23) In architecture, a bracket or corbel of any kind, especially in the classical and Renaissance styles; an ancon.
  • 24) A kind of platform or braeket truss hinged on one side of the rear end of the bore of a breech-loading gun, to support the breech-screw when withdrawn preparatory to loading.
  • 25) A bracket on a wall, for supporting machinery of any kind, as a hydraulic motor.
  • 26) transitive To comfort (someone) in a time of grief, disappointment, etc.
  • 27) transitive To comfort (someone) in a time of grief, disappointment, etc.
  • 28) give moral or emotional strength to
  • 29) Synonyms To cheer, encourage.
  • 30) To alleviate the grief, despondency, or other mental distress of; comfort; cheer; soothe; solace; encourage.
  • 31) To cheer in distress or depression; to alleviate the grief and raise the spirits of; to relieve; to comfort; to soothe.

Definitions

  • 1) To express sympathetic sorrow, to lament.
  • 2) To grieve.
  • 3) express one's sympathetic grief, on the occasion of someone's death
  • 4) To commiserate personally; address words of sympathy to, on account of distress or misfortune.
  • 5) To speak sympathetically to one in pain, grief, or misfortune; use expressions of pity or compassion: followed by with before the person, and by on, for, or over before the subject of condolence.
  • 6) To lament or grieve over with another; express sympathy on account of; lament.
  • 7) To express sympathy or sorrow.
  • 8) To express sympathetic sorrow; to grieve in sympathy; -- followed by with.
  • 9) rare To lament or grieve over.
  • 10) rare To lament or grieve over.

Examples

  • 1) It not only builds fridges and games consoles but also the apartments to put them in.
  • 2) He used a smuggled phone to link the games console to the web.
  • 3) I'm talking about your games console.
  • 4) A console or game from 30 years ago may be lovingly remembered when in fact it was far from great.
  • 5) He grabbed his gaming console and walked out.
  • 6) He wants to see them off their games consoles and playing outdoors.
  • 7) Aluminium trim on the centre console and doors adds further sparkle.
  • 8) Losing count of the learning aids available for your handheld console?
  • 9) Two large lamps stand on a console table behind one sofa.
  • 10) But playing sports consoles is just another reason to stay at home in your pyjamas.
  • 11) The table console doubles up as a personalised checkout.
  • 12) When a new console came out he had to have it.
  • 13) But this really is the console to play it on.
  • 14) Then she got over it and was the one consoling the people who visited her.
  • 15) This is understandable when you think we are less than a month away from the new consoles.
  • 16) So why buy a handheld console?
  • 17) Sailors are free to play games on the console as well as study after naval chiefs decided against disabling its disc drive.
  • 18) The bestselling items were gaming consoles, tables and computers.
  • 19) The seats are connected to the centre console to make them look as though they're floating.
  • 20) These guys ring each other and console or support each other in a way only 19 others know how.
  • 21) For the pricy console games to survive, they need to engage the feelings of a wider audience through storytelling.
  • 22) Place it so the front is exposed or conceal the contents by turning it around, making it look like a console.
  • 23) But the mock aluminium centre console still looks a bit bland and overall the quality is not as good as the Golf.
  • 24) Researchers said this was because youngsters now spent more time playing inside on gaming consoles, rather than being outside on the streets.
  • 25) He did much to promote organ music, and his distinctive personality and formidable technique will be greatly missed at the consoles of the organ world.
  • 26) I am consoled by the thought that we can't be on such bad terms as she really does seem to want me at her wedding.
  • 27) A console table, bench, mirror and clothes hangers are also available.
  • 28) I would agree with you, but the console is the medium, not the cutscene.
  • 29) WiiMotion Plus might solve that, but for now, the disappointment with the console is a direct result of disappointment with the controls (which are the whole point of this particular console).
  • 30) Even though having the game stored on your console is actually a pretty good way to have it – no scratched disks or worn out cartridges are those prices going to be the same for people in the UK? cause £5.30 for a classic N64 game doesnt seem too bad for me
  • 31) Playing a FPS on a console is usually an excersie in frustration, especially since I'm used to a keyboard and mouse.
  • 32) The clever part of the system is an admin console which is accessible through any internet connected web-browser.
  • 33) For example, a separate Teradici console is needed to track and update their PCoIP clients, in addition to whatever tool is being used to manage existing thin clients or PCs.
  • 34) An experimental addition to the admin console offers a UI for deleting entities, for Python applications.
  • 35) In a system booted in console mode, you will get back to the console after those keystrockes.
  • 36) The alarm buzzes and Tom runs to the main console and swears.
  • 37) ‘Gently she stroked her hair and consoled her with a reassuring touch.’
  • 38) ‘My associate quickly became a friend as he tried consoling me with humour and sympathy.’
  • 39) ‘A great deal has been said about these artists searching for the ugly instead of consoling us with beauty.’
  • 40) ‘A woman, who looked like his mother, was petting him on his back, consoling him.’
  • 41) ‘I was genuinely consoled, however, by the fact that my long held suspicions were confirmed.’
  • 42) ‘But hey, that's life. I consoled her by spending my winnings on chocolate.’
  • 43) ‘Although the recent tendency has been towards bad service, you are often consoled after the first half hour with a bowl of mini cheddars.’
  • 44) ‘We were also consoled by the fact that the mouse had probably gone to Rodent Heaven, where the cheese is limitless and cats are nowhere to be seen.’
  • 45) ‘However I was consoled by the fact that when it had cooled down to a bearable temperature it actually tasted very good.’
  • 46) ‘The best parts of my day were not with him, and when I had a bad day at work, you consoled me.’
  • 47) ‘A female, like Amy, would have just listened to me and consoled me while I had my personal pity party.’
  • 48) ‘As usual, I found myself consoling her for my loss, though she was responsible for it.’
  • 49) ‘She consoled party officials by declaring that there was still time to prepare for next year's general elections.’
  • 50) ‘When a pet died, the family was consoled with pies, cookies and other home-baked goods.’
  • 51) ‘He consoled the congregation with the thought that the people had died well-prepared.’
  • 52) ‘For example, the day of the verdict, I consoled a good friend of mine about the loss of her father.’
  • 53) ‘I consoled him and over his shoulder I saw the girl giving me the eye.’
  • 54) ‘You know, really I was just trying to console him and comfort him.’
  • 55) ‘His intent had been to console her; a comfort in the face of growing danger, but she had simply agreed with his assessment of the situation.’
  • 56) ‘She had automatically taken her sister into her arms to console her and now Alice was sobbing on her shoulder.’
  • 57) ‘However, when she hit the ground, her left shoulder came in contact with the side panel of the control console.’
  • 58) ‘They were expendable anyway, since whenever the ship was hit, control panels and consoles on the bridge would short out in their faces.’
  • 59) ‘Hackers can also jack enemy vehicles and make them their own, as well as hack enemy consoles so friendly units can use them.’
  • 60) ‘Data storage can be managed at a central location and recovery, even of infected files, can be controlled from a single console.’
  • 61) ‘The consoles and instrument panels were black as well, and were not dulled by the fluorescent lights shining overhead.’
  • 62) ‘The control console has complete instruments for both engines although there is no convenient charting space available.’
  • 63) ‘If for some reason a motor or harmonic drive unit failed, it could be disengaged from the control console and could free-wheel.’
  • 64) ‘The limo was expensively furnished, upholstered in leather and faux wood, a large electronic control console on the passenger side.’
  • 65) ‘Once someone gains access to the management console of a switch, he or she has complete control over the parameters of the switch.’
  • 66) ‘Ruby raced to the intercom and control console for the electronic gates.’
  • 67) ‘The wood panels make the console nice-looking, the layout of controls is truly eye-catching and the control layout makes sense.’
  • 68) ‘Integration of instrument panels to consoles is done in a way that we've not been able to achieve in the past.’
  • 69) ‘It features a 2-tone color scheme and a central spine shape that also appears on the center console and instrument panel.’
  • 70) ‘You should see a data disk stuck into a control console.’
  • 71) ‘The medical physicist or the radiation therapist programs the control console.’
  • 72) ‘However he realized that the emergency lights we're on and the main source of lighting was the fires that burned on the control consoles and the walls.’
  • 73) ‘It consists of three components - an accelerator mounted on a motor-driven gantry, a modulator, and a control console.’
  • 74) ‘The wall opposite the door contained the console controlling the elevator, which was now counting down numbers as it passed floors on its way to the bottom.’
  • 75) ‘I turn to see her enter behind me, waving a hand pass the control console, closing the doors and starting the short trip to the observation deck above.’
  • 76) ‘The officer hit several controls on the console before him.’
  • 77) ‘A surround sound hi-fi system, plasma TV screen, multiplayer games consoles, internet-connected computers with webcam are just some of the accessories that will fit the bill.’
  • 78) ‘Up to four computers or games consoles can be attached directly to the device using Ethernet, the standard network connection.’
  • 79) ‘But presumably there will come a time when most homes have it, and it will feed a broader local network comprising not only computers but games consoles and other home entertainment devices.’
  • 80) ‘The lad, 17, who cannot be named for legal reasons, conned more than 100 people by offering cheap phones, computers, games consoles and other electrical stuff.’
  • 81) ‘In 2000, an Australian researcher warned that we could be on the threshold of a global disaster because of the amount of time kids spent using computers and games consoles.’
  • 82) ‘The 26-year-old mainly targeted homes empty during the day time and took electrical items such as laptop computers, DVD players and games consoles.’
  • 83) ‘Other electronics devices - DVD players, games consoles, and digital cameras - are competing for limited funds.’
  • 84) ‘This was due mainly to weaker sales of games consoles, audio products and extended warranties.’
  • 85) ‘It might well be that the first genuinely emotional computers are games consoles rather than spacecraft.’
  • 86) ‘This year, games consoles were everywhere, as well as plasma screens and other domestic products.’
  • 87) ‘Kids these days have shunned bikes and action men in favour of mobile phones and games consoles.’
  • 88) ‘Ten years ago, very few people had games consoles, broadband Internet or mobile phones.’
  • 89) ‘Downstairs the living room was equipped with the latest electronic equipment including satellite TV, two DVD players and games consoles.’
  • 90) ‘Plus, it also works with television, DVD players and many games consoles.’
  • 91) ‘There is no doubt that the launch of several new games consoles offering not just games but DVD movies and the promise of online features are tapping a rich vein of demand.’
  • 92) ‘And parents seem to be far more concerned about the amount of time their children spend wired up to games consoles than the actual games they are playing.’
  • 93) ‘There was a fairly large flatscreen on one wall, along with a DVD player and a couple of gaming consoles on a small table thing nearby.’
  • 94) ‘Each has a console, extra controller, the DVD playback kit, and various games.’
  • 95) ‘You can even power up and down the console with your wireless controller.’
  • 96) ‘I can't honestly say that a lead between my controller and the console has ever proved restrictive in my gaming pleasure.’
  • 97) ‘This may be my last broadcast gentle listeners, the last time you hear my soothing words and sage advice drifting out of your radio consoles like a summer zephyr.’
  • 98) ‘Lawrence looked over to the radio console and made a slashing motion across his throat.’
  • 99) ‘Greta folded her arms across her chest, peering from the scope to the radio console.’
  • 100) ‘A meteorite crashed through the ceiling, bounced off the radio console, swiped the side of her left thigh and rolled onto the floor.’
  • 101) ‘He flipped a few switches on the radio console and pressed the transmit button.’
  • 102) ‘It's a gorgeous multi-level spot with bare brick walls, television consoles in the floor and sleek black tables to suit the sushi and maki dishes on the menu.’
  • 103) ‘Five little televisions sat on a console, each monitoring several different security rooms.’
  • 104) ‘Pressing this button causes an alarm to appear on the radio console.’
  • 105) ‘My suite has classic Lanna touches in its fabrics and art works, and a cannily rotating television console.’
  • 106) ‘Several television monitors embedded in the console gave a wider view below and to the sides.’
  • 107) ‘Shirked off, Arthur follows Joan to the bathroom and, as he watches her, his eyes click on like an old-fashioned radio console.’
  • 108) ‘Jacob redirected the video feed from the console to a camera above the viewing window.’
  • 109) ‘Because there are a variety of finishes, they can be matched with other wood finishes in the room, whether it is that of a coffee table or entertainment console.’
  • 110) ‘This time, the focus was on synths and consoles.’
  • 111) ‘For example, elevated or centralized organ consoles suggest the object of our worship is the music, or (worse yet) the musician.’
  • 112) ‘The organ console was located at the left side of the shallow orchestra pit, and its music rack and decorative French caps extended above the level of the stage floor.’
  • 113) ‘The organ console was respecified to match the organ I was building.’
  • 114) ‘Even the organ console was designed to match the Mayan decor of the theater.’
  • 115) ‘Made of vitreous China, sinks like the 27 1/2-inch pedestal basin shown come with pedestal covers or metal consoles.’
  • 116) ‘In the museum lobby, a main directory resting on a console introduces the tactile itinerary on the slanted glass surface.’
  • 117) ‘Classic urn lamps supported by contemporary consoles establish the room's style mix.’
  • 118) ‘Because the mirrors were so enormous, it was only in exceptional cases that ceiling heights permitted the consoles below them to be of a normal height.’
  • 119) ‘There will be an array of other items on display - tables for dining, consoles, side, centre, and coffee tables, mirror frames in wood, and articles in wrought iron and other media.’
  • 120) ‘Two other hardware elements made by hand are door catches/stops and the shelf consoles that support adjustable shelves.’
  • 121) ‘But if I was mounting them on the wall I would probably "hang" them on ordinary shelf consoles.’
  • 122) ‘The table and shelf consoles have customized dimensions, materials and colors to suit your space and your functional requirements.’

Examples

  • 1) She was aware that this was disconcerting to those who had called to condole.
  • 2) The word "condole" made me strong; for now I do not think I am suffering at all.
  • 3) Let me condole the believed family, however history will remember Bongo as a man who ruined his own country and ruled with an Iron hand.
  • 4) If Lovelace offered any further sympathies about the death of Elizabeth, they surely echoed those he had already sent: “I heartily condole with you the loss of your excellent lady; but we must all stoop to Fate.”
  • 5) Only this, the most pressing business imaginable, could have prevented our presence at so sad an occasion to condole with you and Miss Gowan.
  • 6) When we went to Nagaa Hammady we were not rioting or calling for riot as they falsely accused us; the purpose of our visit was to condole our fellow Copts and to strengthen the same national unity that they claimed that we were damaging.
  • 7) I was so proud that Hillary, Bill, and Chelsea spent time and money to go Wyoming to condole with all these oppressed people and to reassure them that help is soon on the way.
  • 8) 'Roots In Kashmir' condole the death of Shri Kuldeep Wali and pray to God almighty may his soul rest in peace and for strength, courage and solace to the family to bear the irreparable loss.
  • 9) Indian Research Base, Maitri Antarctica and at National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research, Goa condole the death of Shri Kuldeep Wali and pray to God almighty may his soul rests in peace and for strength, courage and solace to the family to bear the irreparable loss.
  • 10) ‘‘We were shocked by this incident and the MILF condoles with the families of those killed in the attack,’ MILF spokesman Eid Kabalu said.’
  • 11) ‘Barwari thanked Iraq's allies and condoled with the victims' families in the recent attacks in Fallujah and areas where Iraqi rebel resistance is heavily felt.’
  • 12) ‘In March 1842, Mr Clerk of the Ludhiana political agency had led a diplomatic mission to Amritsar to condole with Maharaja Sher Singh on the death of his predecessor and congratulate him upon his accession.’
  • 13) ‘President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao condole with the Leaders of Sri Lanka.’
  • 14) ‘I most sincerely condole with you for the loss of your dear little girl.’
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