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Acquittal meaning in Urdu

Acquittal Definitions

1) Acquittal : بریت, رہائی : (noun) a judgment of not guilty.


Useful Words

Condemnation : سزا کا حکم , Adjudication : عدالتی فیصلہ , Affirmation : عدالت عالیہ کی توثیق , Barrater : رشوت لے کر عہدہ دینے کا ملزم , Malfeasant : غیر قانونی , Imply : جرم عائد کرنا , Criminal : گناہ گار , Convict : مجرم قرار دینا , Acquit : بری کرنا , Accusation : الزام , Acquitted : بری الذمہ , Perjure : جہوٹی قسم کھانا , Admiration : ستائش , Drive : مجبور کرنا , Estimate : اندازہ , Criticism : نکتہ چینی , Judgmental : فیصلے پر انحصار کرنے والا , Eyes : رائے , Judiciousness : اچھا فیصلہ کرنا , Common Sense : سمجھ , Subject : پیش کرنا , Prejudgement : قبل از وقت فیصلہ , Critic : تبصرہ نگار , Misguided : غلط , Foolishly : بے عقلی سے , Reasonable : معقول , Indiscreetness : ناسمجھی , Correct : سچا , Commonsense : عام فہم , Fool : احمق , Apparent : صاف

Useful Words Definitions

Condemnation: (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed.

Adjudication: the final judgment in a legal proceeding; the act of pronouncing judgment based on the evidence presented.

Affirmation: a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was correct and should stand.

Barrater: someone guilty of barratry.

Malfeasant: one guilty of malfeasance.

Imply: suggest that someone is guilty.

Criminal: guilty of crime or serious offense.

Convict: find or declare guilty.

Acquit: pronounce not guilty of criminal charges.

Accusation: an assertion that someone is guilty of a fault or offence.

Acquitted: declared not guilty of a specific offense or crime; legally blameless.

Perjure: knowingly tell an untruth in a legal court and render oneself guilty of perjury.

Admiration: a favorable judgment.

Drive: compel somebody to do something, often against his own will or judgment.

Estimate: a judgment of the qualities of something or somebody.

Criticism: a serious examination and judgment of something.

Judgmental: depending on judgment.

Eyes: opinion or judgment.

Judiciousness: good judgment.

Common Sense: sound practical judgment.

Subject: refer for judgment or consideration.

Prejudgement: a judgment reached before the evidence is available.

Critic: anyone who expresses a reasoned judgment of something.

Misguided: wrong in e.g. opinion or judgment.

Foolishly: without good sense or judgment.

Reasonable: marked by sound judgment.

Indiscreetness: lacking good judgment.

Correct: correct in opinion or judgment.

Commonsense: exhibiting native good judgment.

Fool: a person who lacks good judgment.

Apparent: clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment.

Related Words

Jurisprudence : اصول