- n. <正式>（君王的）配偶；一组(古乐器)；一组(演奏几世纪前音乐的乐师)
- v. 厮混；结交
the husband or wife of a reigning monarch
a family of similar musical instrument playing together
keep company with; hang out with;
"He associates with strange people"
"She affiliates with her colleagues"
"The colors don't harmonize"
"Their ideas concorded"
"the heifers run with the bulls to produce offspring"
- The queen consort has come together with the king.
- Don't consort with criminals.
- If Mary and Kate were friends, then to consort with Kate was one way of keeping in touch with Mary.
The queen of England is either queen regent, queen consort, or queen dowager.出自： W. Blackstone
A man could have as many consorts as he wished, but only one wife at one time.出自： J. Clavell
That love which is to be the consort of knowledge.出自： fig.
Instances must be..examined singly and in consort.出自： J. Glanvill
Sweet health and fair desires consort your Grace!出自：Love's Labour's Lost , Shakespeare