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What is the meaning of law in Hindi?

Meaning of law in Hindi is : सिसान्त

Definition of word law

  • The body of rules and standards issued by a government, or to be applied by courts and similar authorities. (noun)
  • A particular such rule. (noun)
  • A written or understood rule that concerns behaviours and the appropriate consequences thereof. Laws are usually associated with mores. (noun)
  • A well-established, observed physical characteristic or behavior of nature. The word is used to simply identify "what happens," without implying any explanatory mechanism or causation. Compare to theory. (noun)
  • A statement that is true under specified conditions. (noun)
  • A category of English "common law" petitions that request monetary relief, as opposed to relief in forms other than a monetary judgment; compare to "equity". (noun)
  • One of the official rules of cricket as codified by the MCC. (noun)
  • The police. (noun)
  • One of the two metaphysical forces of the world in some fantasy settings, as opposed to chaos. (noun)
  • a tumulus of stones (noun)
  • a hill (noun)
  • An exclamation of mild surprise; lawks. (interjection)

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 Ëœlaw.â„¢
  • 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 Ëœlawâ„¢ 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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