dissensus
noun Etymology: dis- + consensus Date: 1962 difference of opinion

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • dissensus — [dis sen′səs] n. lack of consensus; discord * * * …   Universalium

  • dissensus — [dis sen′səs] n. lack of consensus; discord …   English World dictionary

  • dissensus — [dɪ sɛnsəs] noun widespread dissent. Origin 1960s: from dis + a shortened form of consensus, or from L. dissensus disagreement …   English new terms dictionary

  • dissensus — dis·sen·sus …   English syllables

  • dissensus — /dasensas/ In the civil law, the mutual agreement of the parties to a simple contract obligation that it shall be dissolved or annulled; technically, an undoing of the consensus which created the obligation …   Black's law dictionary

  • dissensus — /dasensas/ In the civil law, the mutual agreement of the parties to a simple contract obligation that it shall be dissolved or annulled; technically, an undoing of the consensus which created the obligation …   Black's law dictionary

  • dissensus — (ˌ)di(s)ˈsen(t)səs noun ( es) Etymology: dis (I) + consensus : difference of opinion …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mutŭus dissensus — (lat.), die Vereinbarung zweier Kontrahenten, ihren Vertrag aufzulösen …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • mutuus dissensus — mù·tu·us dis·sèn·sus loc.s.m.inv., lat. TS dir.rom. scioglimento di un contratto consensuale in base a un reciproco accordo tra le parti {{line}} {{/line}} ETIMO: lat. mutuus dissensus mutuo dissenso …   Dizionario italiano

  • Mutuus dissensus —    Droit civil: dissentiment mutuel …   Lexique de Termes Juridiques

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