- canlyniadolyn ganlyniadol
Adjective(1) having important issues or results
(1) Voters knew the stakes - polls showed majorities thought this was an important and consequential election - and both candidates had plenty of opportunity to make their cases.(2) This will be the case if the securing of the private benefit was not the object of the payment but merely a consequential and incidental effect of the payment.(3) The consequential result of this increase in stressful appraisals is a decrease in psychological well-being.(4) The claim is for the consequential damage suffered.(5) But in the absence of intrepid investigative reporting and editorial courage, they smothered the audience in inconsequential material about the most consequential of topics.(6) This site and its owners are not liable for any direct, incidental, consequential , indirect or punitive damages arising from your access to this site or any contents of this site.(7) What team members will discover is that all failure modes are not equally consequential .(8) Evangelicals often referred to having accepted Christ (meaning their conversion) as the most consequential moment in their lives.(9) The shocking reality is that he became a consequential president, an extremely important president, and one who might even be called a transformative president.(10) The modern centralised Sagha is largely a result of the development of the modern nation-state and the consequential centralisation of political power.(11) I think it is very, very important that when you put a particular amendment, you clearly spell out, prior to the voting, what the consequential effect will be on voting for that amendment.(12) I shall return later to the associated ground of challenge on the basis that all this had an unfair consequential effect on the disciplinary proceedings.(13) The answers to these and other important questions are monumentally consequential with respect to both prevention and intervention efforts.(14) They cannot determine which facts have important policy implications and which are less consequential .(15) It serves as an excellent first point of contact with such a consequential and weighty concept as reconciliation.(16) It thus became the norm to bring case where the negligence of the defendant produced either immediate or consequential damage.
(1) consequential loss :: colled canlyniadol
2. important ::
3. eventful ::
1. inconsiderable ::
2. insignificant ::
3. little ::
4. minor ::
5. negligible ::
6. slight ::
7. small ::
8. trifling ::
Different Formsconsequential, consequentially
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