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Coaction meaning in Urdu

Coaction Synonym


Coaction Definitions

1) Coaction, Collaboration : اشتراک, تعاون, متحدہ عمل : (noun) act of working jointly.

Useful Words

Collaborative : مشترکہ , Jointly : اشتراک سے , Co-Sign : ساتھ دستخط کرنا , Cosignatory : شریک دستخط , Coinsurance : مشترکہ بیمہ , Community Property : شوہر اور بیوی کی جائیداد , Co-Op : مشترکہ ملکیت , Gcse : برطانوی ثانوی تعلیم سند , Free-Lance : آزاد پیشہ , Overwork : بساط سے زیادہ کام , Tues : منگل , Broken-Down : خراب , Mon : پیر , Bad : خراب , Midweek : بدھ , Fix : مرمت , Fri : جمعہ کا دن , Th : جمعرات , Landscape Gardening : باغوں کی منصوبہ بندی , Garden Tool : باغ کا سامان , Retainer : ملازمت کرنے والا , Laundress : دھوبن , Warm Up : کوئی مشین چل اکر گرم کرنا , Prole : مزدوروں کے طبقہ کا ایک رکن , Career : روزگار , Trouper : اعتماد والا , Take Off : وقفہ لینا , Wage-Earning : مزدور طبْقہ , Rush Hour : رش کا وقت , Design : نمونہ بنانا , Broken : خراب

Useful Words Definitions

Collaborative: accomplished by collaboration.

Jointly: in collaboration or cooperation.

Co-Sign: sign jointly.

Cosignatory: signing jointly with others.

Coinsurance: insurance issued jointly by two or more underwriters.

Community Property: property and income belonging jointly to a married couple.

Co-Op: a jointly owned commercial enterprise (usually organized by farmers or consumers) that produces and distributes goods and services and is run for the benefit of its owners.

Gcse: O Level, short for "Ordinary Level," is an internationally recognized qualification typically taken by students around the age of 16. It is offered by Cambridge Assessment International Education, a part of the University of Cambridge, in collaboration with various educational institutions worldwide.

Free-Lance: working for yourself.

Overwork: the act of working too much or too long.

Tues: the third day of the week; the second working day.

Broken-Down: not in working order.

Mon: the second day of the week; the first working day.

Bad: not working properly.

Midweek: the fourth day of the week; the third working day.

Fix: the act of putting something in working order again.

Fri: the sixth day of the week; the fifth working day.

Th: the fifth day of the week; the fourth working day.

Landscape Gardening: working as a landscape gardener.

Garden Tool: used for working in gardens or yards.

Retainer: a person working in the service of another (especially in the household).

Laundress: a working woman who takes in washing.

Warm Up: run until the normal working temperature is reached.

Prole: a member of the working class (not necessarily employed).

Career: the general progression of your working or professional life.

Trouper: a person who is reliable and uncomplaining and hard working.

Take Off: take time off from work; stop working temporarily.

Wage-Earning: working for hourly wages rather than fixed (e.g. annual) salaries.

Rush Hour: the times at the beginning and end of the working day when many people are traveling to or from work.

Design: the act of working out the form of something (as by making a sketch or outline or plan).

Broken: out of working order (`busted` is an informal substitute for `broken`).

Related Words

Cooperation : تعاون

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