English Hindi Dictionary & Translation

What is the meaning of Law in Hindi?

Meaning of Law in Hindi is : कानून

Definition of word Law

  • A rule of conduct or procedure established by custom, agreement, or authority. (noun)
  • The body of rules and principles governing the affairs of a community and enforced by a political authority; a legal system: international law. (noun)
  • The condition of social order and justice created by adherence to such a system: a breakdown of law and civilized behavior. (noun)
  • A set of rules or principles dealing with a specific area of a legal system: tax law; criminal law. (noun)
  • A piece of enacted legislation. (noun)
  • The system of judicial administration giving effect to the laws of a community: All citizens are equal before the law. (noun)
  • Legal action or proceedings; litigation: submit a dispute to law. (noun)
  • An impromptu or extralegal system of justice substituted for established judicial procedure: frontier law. (noun)
  • An agency or agent responsible for enforcing the law. Often used with the: "The law . . . stormed out of the woods as the vessel was being relieved of her cargo” ( Sid Moody). (noun)
  • Informal A police officer. Often used with the. (noun)
  • The science and study of law; jurisprudence. (noun)
  • Knowledge of law. (noun)
  • The profession of an attorney. (noun)
  • Something, such as an order or a dictum, having absolute or unquestioned authority: The commander's word was law. (noun)
  • The body of principles or precepts held to express the divine will, especially as revealed in the Bible. (noun)
  • The first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures. (noun)
  • A code of principles based on morality, conscience, or nature. (noun)
  • A rule or custom generally established in a particular domain: the unwritten laws of good sportsmanship. (noun)
  • A way of life: the law of the jungle. (noun)
  • A statement describing a relationship observed to be invariable between or among phenomena for all cases in which the specified conditions are met: the law of gravity. (noun)
  • A generalization based on consistent experience or results: the law of supply and demand. (noun)
  • Mathematics A general principle or rule that is assumed or that has been proven to hold between expressions. (noun)
  • A principle of organization, procedure, or technique: the laws of grammar; the laws of visual perspective. (noun)
  • To go to law; litigate. (verb-intransitive)
  • a law unto (oneself) A totally independent operator: An executive who is a law unto herself. (idiom)
  • take the law into (one's) own hands To mete out justice as one sees fit without due recourse to law enforcement agencies or the courts. (idiom)

Examples of word Law

  • I just really hate it when people twist what the state of the law is, or make extreme claims with colorful language about what is a fairly unexceptional case *under current law*.
  • It is this feature of the natural law that justifies, on Aquinas's view, our calling the natural law ˜law.™
  • This involves at least two separate claims: In one sense, it can be understood as a thesis about the concept of law, maintaining that what we call ˜law™ can only be those norms which are backed by sanctions of the political sovereign.
  • Considering that the current law and society does not recognize this as legally actionable, I think restore may be a small step in the direction of accountability, *but only if it is applied only to those cases that absolutely cannot be prosecuted under current criminal law* I am not refering to provability here, but to whether an alleged act meets the current legal definition of rape.
  • (TOH-ruh, TAWR-uh, TOY-ruh) The law on which Judaism is founded (torah is Hebrew for “law”).

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