Console (noun)

  1. A cabinet with shelves or a table used for display or storage.
  2. A control panel for a machine or system, especially a computer or video game.
  3. An electronic device used for playing games, music, or videos.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from italian consolare, from latin consolari 'to comfort', from con- 'together' + solari 'to solace'.

Examples:

  1. She put her favorite books on the console in the hall.
  2. He used the console to adjust the sound on his home theater system.
  3. The new console was the most popular gift of the holiday season.
  4. She bought a new console for her son for his birthday.
  5. The console on the dashboard allowed him to control the various systems in his car.
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