consult with (someone)

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consult with (someone)

To discuss something with someone. I need to consult with the recruiter and see how today's interviews went. I need to consult with your mother before making a decision on this issue.
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Secretary Hagel and Minister Wammen promised to continue to consult with one another as both nations explore ways to deal with the challenges of climate change in that region.
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It obliges the contracting parties to evaluate the impact on the environment of certain activities at the start of planning and to consult with one another on all major projects being studied which are likely to have a detrimental transboundary impact on the environment.
Each floor will contain "open laboratories" where biomedical researchers may easily consult with one another.
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A: We have received so many e-mails about these questions, with so many different interpretations resulting, that we were moved to consult with one of CMS's leading Medicare experts, Bill Ullman, technical adviser in the CMS Division of Institutional Postacute Care.
He said no effort had been made by the environmental health department to consult with one of the council's own employees, David Giles, whose job is to ensure safety at sports grounds throughout the city.