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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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He said the PTI leadership should consult with someone well versed with financial matters before making such illogical charges.
He said that Firdos Shamim should consult with someone well versed before making such illogical talks.
In later years, when those family doctors had retired, we still managed to consult with someone who was as positive and as patient as they had been.
"It's good to consult with someone that can add a different flavor," she said.
Consult with someone you trust, and contact the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).
I found this even more interesting because all the prospects indicated that they would need to consult with someone else before making a buying decision.
A private deal comes with the opportunity to consult with someone behind the scenes to improve your prospects.
Consult with someone on which way to point your foot when lifting weights with your legs so as to specifically strengthen the medial quadriceps.
When the producers of the FX series "The Americans,'' an espionage thriller set in the early 1980s, began preparing a story line about the government's covert efforts to help Contra rebels in Nicaragua, they wanted to consult with someone well versed in this chapter of recent history.
They're very happy to actually sit down and consult with someone over the phone."
When you consult with someone, you show the person that you value him or her.
If you are ever in doubt, it is always best to consult with someone or you can always look on the CDC website as well as OSHA to make sure you are compliant.
Consult with someone knowledgeable in wireless network encryption methods because the standards change rapidly.
those families Capel, Bootle I think if they look outside the school gates they will see that the parents and teachers have spoken, or have the 'talking heads' got to consult with someone on how to ignore the people and get away with it?
If you have the ability to consult with someone in that country who's familiar with that culture before interacting with their business people, jump at it.