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1) A text-mode environment, which, depending on the operating system, may be used locally (as is the case for most DOS sessions) or remotely (via ssh).

2) A computer intended for limited user interaction, such as the NES or the Playstation. Such computers are intended only for loading single programs in one session, although newer consoles are able to performs such feats as getting on the internet, networking between other consoles of the same type, and even running various operating systems compiled for its internals. Common input devices for consoles include controllers (also called paddles sometimes), joysticks, or arcade pads.

3) An archaic reference to the user input and output devices on a computer.

4) The dashboard of a car.
1) The hacker telnet'd into my system and erased my porn archive through the console.

2) I spent all of my childhood in front of a console.

3) ENIAC's console stopped working ever since I had golden showers with my lover on it.

4) I want to put these badass guages in my Civic, but I don't want to remove the console.
by ravingidiot July 05, 2004
–verb (used with object), -soled, -sol·ing. to alleviate or lessen the grief, sorrow, or disappointment of something by making out with a smokin' hot girl; give solace or comfort by making out with a smokin' hot girl
Only he could console her under the glow of that low blue light while laying on her bed acting like a total and complete cheeze ball constanly saying the word "console" so much that he misses his window of opertunity but still enjoys a great night of cheeziness, laughing, beer, cake, and ideas of her in a labcoat and lingire.
by Scruff.McGuff July 10, 2008

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