1en consonanciato be consonant with sth — estar en consonancia con algo
- To support a science that is ‘consonant’ with religion is not to claim that religion and science are the same thing.
- Dick doesn't like to fly, and he had no particular desire to go there, and since we had pretty consonant views and I wanted to go to England anyway, we decided to write a joint paper.
- Even when the editor's observations are not consonant with the latest research (a rarity) they can become new starting points of discussion.
- The witness of the Scriptures is consonant with a view that rejects homosexual practice of any kind, and that marriage between a man and a woman in life-long union remains the only appropriate place for sexual relations.
- For instance, SWAP'S support of alternative research methodologies is consonant with the multiplicity of methods used by members of the History and Theory Section.
- Only when these three kinds of education are consonant and make for the same end, does a man tend towards his true goal.
- Secondly, whatever is consonant with scripture, may be proved by scripture: but there are many things not dissonant from scripture which cannot be proved by it.