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con·sum·ma·tion

 (kŏn′sə-mā′shən)
n.
1. The act of consummating; a fulfillment.
2. An ultimate goal or end.

con•sum•ma•tion

(ˌkɒn səˈmeɪ ʃən)

n.
1. the act of consummating.
2. the state of being consummated.
3. end; goal.
[1350–1400; << Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.consummation - the completion of marriage by sexual intercourse
mop up, windup, completion, culmination, closing - a concluding action
2.consummation - the act of bringing to completion or fruition
fruition, realisation, realization - something that is made real or concrete; "the victory was the realization of a whole year's work"
orgasm, sexual climax, climax, coming - the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse
fulfillment, fulfilment - the act of consummating something (a desire or promise etc)
mop up, windup, completion, culmination, closing - a concluding action

consummation

noun completion, end, achievement, perfection, realization, fulfilment, culmination We look forward to the consummation of this transaction.

consummation

noun
Translations
إتمام، إنجاز، كَمال
dokonalostdokončenídovršení
fuldbyrdelse
beteljesítés
fullkomnun
tamamlama

consummation

[ˌkɒnsʌˈmeɪʃən] Nconsumación f

consummation

[ˌkɒnsəˈmeɪʃən] n [marriage, relationship] → consommation f

consummation

n
(of marriage)Vollzug m
(fig, = peak) → Höhepunkt m; (= fulfilment)Erfüllung f

consummation

[ˌkɒnsəˈmeɪʃn] n (of marriage) → consumazione f

consummate

(ˈkonsəmeit) verb
to complete or fulfil.
(-mət) adjective
complete; perfect.
ˌconsumˈmation noun

consummation

n. consumación.
References in classic literature ?
And now Mr Jones, having seen his good offices to that poor woman and her family brought to a happy conclusion, began to apply himself to his own concerns; but here, lest many of my readers should censure his folly for thus troubling himself with the affairs of others, and lest some few should think he acted more disinterestedly than indeed he did, we think proper to assure our reader, that he was so far from being unconcerned in this matter, that he had indeed a very considerable interest in bringing it to that final consummation.
It is the story of a life which reaches its consummation in attaining to a second ingenuousness or in returning to childhood.
Except for the final consummation, the old order had passed away, and the final consummation was nearer than I dreamed.
This unhappy man had made the very principle of his life to consist in the pursuit and systematic exercise revenge; and when, by its completest triumph consummation that evil principle was left with no further material to support it -- when, in short, there was no more Devil's work on earth for him to do, it only remained for the unhumanised mortal to betake himself whither his master would find him tasks enough, and pay him his wages duly.