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1. Consumption (n.) late 14c., "wasting of the body by disease; wasting disease, progressive emaciation" (replacing Old English yfeladl "the evil disease"), from Old French consumpcion, from Latin Consumptionem (nominative consumptio) "a using up, wasting," noun of state from past-participle stem of consumere "to use up, eat, waste," from assimilated form of com-, here probably an intensive

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2. It entered into English in the meaning of the "wasting disease" from Old French consumpcion which descends from the Latin accusative form Consumptionem (nominative consumptio), which is the past participle form of consumere.

Consumpcion, Consumptionem, Consumptio, Consumere

3. The note of Aben Ezra is,"if they have so done (according to the cry) I will make a consumption among them (so he takes the sense of the word F4 "Fecerint Consumptionem", Piscator, Schmidt; so the Targums of Jonathan and Jerusalem

Cry, Consumption, Consumptionem

4. Verumtamen non ad Consumptionem eorum emittis manum tuam et si corruerint ipse salvabis. [] were his counsellers after the death of his father to his destruction

Consumptionem, Corruerint, Counsellers

5. Unde si amplius exigat pro usufructu rei quae alium usum non habet nisi Consumptionem substantiae, exigit pretium eius quod non est

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6. Late 14c., "wasting of the body by disease; wasting disease, progressive emaciation" (replacing Old English yfeladl "the evil disease"), from Old French consumpcion, from Latin Consumptionem (nominative consumptio) "a using up, wasting," noun of state from past-participle stem of consumere "to use up, eat, waste," from assimilated form of com-, here probably an intensive prefix

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7. From Old French consumpcion, from Latin Consumptionem (nominative consumptio) "a using up, wasting," noun of state from past-participle stem of consumere "to use up, eat, waste," from assimilated form of com-, here probably an intensive prefix (see com-), + sumere "to take," from sub- "under" (see sub-) + emere "to buy, take" (from PIE root *em

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8. In misericordiis autem tuis plurimis non fecisti eos in Consumptionem, nec dereliquisti eos: quoniam Deus miserationum et clemens es tu

Consumptionem, Clemens

9. Cum volueris coquere decem mensuras musti usque ad Consumptionem duarum tertiarum ita ut remaneat tertia, coctis autem illis usque ad Consumptionem duarum mensurarum, et de remanenti effusis duabus mensuris, tunc residuum usque ad quantum coquendum est?

Cum, Coquere, Consumptionem, Coctis, Coquendum

10. Et fuit cum prophetarem, tunc Phalatias filius Benaim mortuus est: et cecidi super faciem meam, et clamavi voce magna, et dixi, Heus Dominator Iehovah, tu Consumptionem facies residui Israel? It is by no means doubtful that this Phalatias died at the same …

Cum, Cecidi, Clamavi, Consumptionem

11. 10.Ascendite muros ejus et diruite (vel, dissipate;) et Consumptionem ne feceritis (vel potius, finem;) auferte propagines ejus (vel, ramos, vel, dentes murorum, ut alii vertunt, vel, pinnas,) quia non sunt Jehovae.

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12. Et lapides grandes in ira in Consumptionem

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13. {d} "Fecerint Consumptionem," Piscator, Schmidt; so the Targums of Jonathan and Jerusalem

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14. 11.Quoniam ego tecum, dicit Jehova, ad servandum to; nam faciam Consumptionem in cunctis gentibus, ad quas dispergam to illuc; atqui

Consumptionem, Cunctis

15. Late 14c., “wasting of the body by disease; wasting disease” (replacing Old English yfeladl “the evil disease”), from Old French consumpcion, from Latin Consumptionem (nominative consumptio) “a using up, wasting,” noun of state from past participle stem of consumere (see consume)

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16. 19 iratus est vir Dei contra eum, et ait: Si percussisses quinquies, aut sexies, sive septies, percussisses Syriam usque ad Consumptionem: nunc autem tribus vicibus percuties eam

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17. "Ea quae proprie de ipso dicuntur, vero in eo sunt; sed ea quae metaphorice dicuntur ignis Deuter, IV eo quod sicut ignis se habet ad Consumptionem contrarii, ita Deus ad consumendum nequitiam

Consumptionem, Contrarii, Consumendum

18. Another testimony to the widespread acceptance of these medical ideas by very different philosophical schools is provided by Boethius of Dacia, writing before 1271: ‘Dicunt tamen auctores medicinae quod animal se non potest perpetuare, quia humidum cibale conversum in membrum retardat Consumptionem humidi radicalis et non auget humidum

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19. Ad Consumptionem dimidiae parties colentur et exprimantur; et, in expressione, dissolve Bauni detersive et Tamburini abluentis folia iij.” “Fiat clister.”

Consumptionem, Colentur, Clister

20. 30:24 verumtamen non ad Consumptionem eorum emittis manum tuam et si corruerint ipse salvabis

Consumptionem, Corruerint

21. Amplius exigat pro usufructu rei quae alium usum non habet nisi Consumptionem substantiae), he is demanding a fee for what does not exist

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22. Propterea hæc dicit Dominus Deus: Et erumpere faciam spiritum tempestatum in indignatione mea, et imber inundans in furore meo erit, et lapides grandes in ira in Consumptionem

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23. Job 30:24 - verumtamen non ad Consumptionem eorum emittis manum tuam et si corruerint ipse salvabis

Consumptionem, Corruerint

24. Collegium mercatorium est organizatio multorum qui opera producunt ut ei eorum opera venumdent et Consumptionem et ergo pretia augeant

Collegium, Consumptionem

25. Huius morbi casus ingravescerunt in annos, praeter omnium consensum, quo creditur amplam illarum adipum Consumptionem signum esse periculi

Casus, Consensum, Creditur, Consumptionem

26. Usque ad mundi Consumptionem in spiritu Helye

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27. De Deo) dicuntur, vere in eo sunt; sed ea que metaphorice dicuntur de eo per similitudinem proportionabilitatis ad effectum aliquem, sicut ignis Deuter, IV, eo quod sicut ignis se habet ad Consumptionem contrarii, ita Deus ad consummendum nequitiam."

Consumptionem, Contrarii, Consummendum

28. Ait Benedictus XVI: “Necesse est ut societates technologice cultae consuetudinibus temperatis favere velint, propriam energiae Consumptionem imminuentes eiusque usus meliores facientes condiciones”.

Cultae, Consuetudinibus, Consumptionem, Condiciones

29. Ardere vel igne comburi Consumptionem rei per bellum

Comburi, Consumptionem

30. 24 Verumtamen non ad Consumptionem eorum emittis manum tuam: et si corruerint, ipse salvabis

Consumptionem, Corruerint

31. Litibus et controversiis usque ad omnium bonorum Consumptionem contendunt

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32. “Manum itaque suam dominus ad Consumptionem peccantium non emittit, cum feriendo a peccatis corripit; et corruentes saluat, dum cadentes ad culpam in salutem corporis uulnerat, ut prostrati exterius, interius surgant, quatenus iacentes corpore ad interiorem statum redeant, qui stantes exterius ab statu mentis iacebant.”

Consumptionem, Cum, Corripit, Corruentes, Cadentes, Culpam, Corporis, Corpore

33. Verumtamen non ad Consumptionem eorum emittis manum tuam et si corruerint ipse salvabi

Consumptionem, Corruerint

34. Ad Consumptionem dimidiæ partis colentur et exprimantur; et, in expressione, dissolve Bauni detersivi et Tamburini abluentis folia iij

Consumptionem, Colentur

35. Educatio ad responsalitatem pro ambitu potest excitare varias consuetudines quae directe graviterque recidunt in ambitus curam, quae vult vitare ne adhibeatur materia plastica vel chartea, minuere aquae Consumptionem, differentia eiectamenta segregare, coquere solumodo quantum rationabiliter edi potest, attente tractare alias creaturas viventes, publicis vehiculis uti vel idem vehiculum inter

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Dictionary

CONSUMPTIONEM [kənˈsəm(p)SH(ə)n]

NOUN
consumption (noun)

  • the using up of a resource.
  • the eating, drinking, or ingesting of something.
Synonyms: use . utilization . expending . expenditure . depletion . exhaustion . waste . wasting . squander . squandering . draining . dissipation . dissipating . eating . devouring . ingestion . swallowing . drinking . imbibing . manducation .
  • a wasting disease, especially pulmonary tuberculosis.
Synonyms: tuberculosis . pulmonary tuberculosis . tb . emaciation . phthisis .

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the word 'consumption' mean?

Definition of consumption. 1a : the act or process of consuming consumption of food consumption of resources. b : use by or exposure to a particular group or audience The document was not intended for public consumption.

What do you mean by consumption?

Consumption definition, the act of consuming, as by use, decay, or destruction. See more.

What does consumption mean in economics?

Consumption, in economics, the use of goods and services by households. Consumption is distinct from consumption expenditure, which is the purchase of goods and services for use by households.

What are the types of consumption?

There are three types of consumption. They are : 1) Direct consumption, 2) Indirect consumption, 3) Wasteful consumption. They are explained below : 1. Direct Consumption : Goods like food, fruits, tea, Vegetables, flowers etc. satisfy our wants directly.