Therefore, it is argued that late ratification of the treaty could not have committed our peace. — Henry Clay, letter, July 27, 1844 Concordat is a French word for a formal agreement between two or more parties. It is synonymous with words like pact and covenant, but in the 17th century it was named the official name of an agreement between church and state to settle ecclesiastical affairs. A historic concordat was concluded in 1801 between Napoleon Bonaparte as First Consul and Pope Pius VII. It defines the status of the Roman Catholic Church in France and regulates relations between church and state. Officially doing something that is not permitted by a rule, law, or convention convention is a familiar word for a large gathering of people that usually lasts several days to talk about their work or common interests — for example, a teacher or a publishing conference — or for a common purpose. In politics, a traditional convention is a meeting of delegates from a political party to formulate a platform and select candidates for office (e.g., the Democratic/Republican National Convention). Other conventions are fan-based, and there are countless such conventions that focus on games, comics, and the genres of anime, sci-fi, and horror – to name a few. This use of the Convention is compatible with their ancestry. The word comes from the Latin convenire and means « to gather, to gather ». The Latin root also means « to agree » or « to agree », which is recognizable in the sense of the word, which refers to established customs, customs, rules, techniques or practices that are widely accepted and followed. Consent comes from the Latin assentire, a combination of the prefix ad- (meaning « to » or « to ») and sentire (« to feel » or « to think »).
The meanings of Latin roots involve having a feeling or thought about something, and this proposition affects the approval of English, which means that one freely accepts or approves something that has been proposed or presented after careful consideration. Consent is used as a noun or verb meaning « to accept or approve. » During the 17th century, the cartel referred to a written agreement between warring nations, particularly on the treatment and exchange of prisoners. This usage is illustrated by Bishop Gilbert Burnet in his History of His Own Time (1734): « By a cartel settled between the two armies, all prisoners were to be redeemed at a fixed price and within a limited time. The parent of consent is the Latin consentire, a mutual combination of the prefix com- (meaning « with », « together ») with sentire (« to feel »). The term « empathy » is implicit in English consent, which means accepting, conforming or agreeing with what is done or proposed by another. Consent is used as a noun or verb meaning « to accept » or « to give permission. » As indignant as he was at this impertinence, there was something so exquisite absurd about such a defiance cartel that Nicholas was forced to bite his lip and read the note two or three times before he could muster enough seriousness and severity to address the enemy messenger who had not taken his eyes off the ceiling. Nor did he change the expression of his face in the slightest. — Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby, 1838 Since the 1500s, compact has been used in English to refer to an agreement or pact between two or more parties.
It derives from the Latin compactum (« chord »), a noun of compactus, the past participle of compacisci (« to make an agreement »), which combines the prefix com- (« with, together ») with pacisci (« agreement or contract »). Pascisci is also at the origin of the Pact, a former synonym for compact. In secular law, the term « covenant » is used to refer to a formal agreement or pact (« an international covenant on human rights »). It may also apply to a contract or promise in a contract for the performance or non-performance of an act (« an obligation not to prosecute »). The word also has a verbal meaning: « to promise or reach a formal agreement ». See Holmes` quote at the convention (above) for an example. If you remember, harmony is also synonymous with grammatical agreement. formally breaking a law or rule or doing something against your principles to avoid doing something you wanted to do or promised to do As a verb, compromise refers to giving up something you want in order to reach an amicable agreement (« The union and the employer have agreed on a compromise »). Another meaning is to « denounce mistrust, discredit, or misdeed, » as in « The actor`s career was compromised by his politically incorrect tweets » or « The editor would not compromise his principles. » And as mentioned above, it can mean putting someone or something in danger, danger, or serious consequences.