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Dispute meaning in Urdu

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Dispute Definitions

1 of 4) Dispute, Conflict, Difference, Difference Of Opinion : تنازع, تکرار, اختلاف رائے : (noun) a disagreement or argument about something important.

The girl asked the boy if he would stay with the family after marriage or we will live separately, and boy`s family wanted to stay together and this dispute broke his fixed marriage.
He had a dispute with his wife.

3 of 4) Dispute, Contravention : مخاصمت : (noun) coming into conflict with.

4 of 4) Dispute, Altercate, Argufy, Quarrel, Scrap : بحث کرنا, جھگڑنا, الجھنا : (verb) have a disagreement over something.

Useful Words


Position : پہلو , Arguing : بحث , Argle-Bargle : جھگڑا , Dissent : اختلاف راۓ ہونا , Intolerant : ناروا دار , Nicety : مطلب , Issue : معاملہ , Neutrality : غیرجانبداری , At Loggerheads : متصادم , Neutral : غیرجانبدار , Dustup : تو تو میں میں , Intercession : مداخلت , Polemic : مناظرانہ , Fight : مخالفت کرنا , Indisputable : جس میں شک کی کوئی گنجائش نہ ہو , Unchallenged : ناقابل اختلاف , Stickle : چھوٹی سی بات پر ضد کرنا , Contend : جھگڑنا , Circumstantial Evidence : قرائنی ثبوت , Direct Evidence : براہ راست شہادت , Combative : متنازع , Change : تبدیلی , Differential : اختلافی , Variable : بدل پذیر , Discriminate : امتیاز کرنا , Disparity : عدم مساوات , Undivided : نہ ٹوٹا ہوا , Shade : تہوڑا مختلف , Anisometropia : بھینگا پن , Disagreement : اختلاف , Heat : حرارت

Useful Words Definitions


Position: an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute.

Arguing: a contentious speech act; a dispute where there is strong disagreement.

Argle-Bargle: a verbal dispute; a wrangling argument.

Dissent: a difference of opinion.

Intolerant: unwilling to tolerate difference of opinion.

Nicety: a subtle difference in meaning or opinion or attitude.

Issue: an important question that is in dispute and must be settled.

Neutrality: nonparticipation in a dispute or war.

At Loggerheads: in a dispute or confrontation.

Neutral: one who does not side with any party in a war or dispute.

Dustup: an angry dispute between two or more people.

Intercession: the act of intervening (as to mediate a dispute, etc.).

Polemic: of or involving dispute or controversy.

Fight: an intense verbal dispute.

Indisputable: impossible to doubt or dispute.

Unchallenged: generally agreed upon; not subject to dispute.

Stickle: dispute or argue stubbornly (especially minor points).

Contend: to make the subject of dispute, contention, or litigation.

Circumstantial Evidence: evidence providing only a basis for inference about the fact in dispute.

Direct Evidence: evidence (usually the testimony of a witness) directly related to the fact in dispute.

Combative: inclined or showing an inclination to dispute or disagree, even to engage in law suits.

Change: a difference that is usually pleasant.

Differential: relating to or showing a difference.

Variable: marked by diversity or difference.

Discriminate: recognize or perceive the difference.

Disparity: inequality or difference in some respect.

Undivided: not parted by conflict of opinion.

Shade: a slight amount or degree of difference.

Anisometropia: difference in the refractive power of the two eyes.

Disagreement: a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions.

Heat: a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature.

Related Words


Resistance : حزب اختلاف , Collision : ٹکراوٴ , Argue : بحث کرنا , Brawl : لڑنا جھگڑنا , Spat : تلخ کلامی کرنا , Fall Out : تعلقات خراب ہونا , Call Into Question : اعتراض کرنا


Dispute in Book Titles


Dispute Resolution: Negotiation and Consensus Building.
Dispute Settlement in the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.
International Dispute Resolution.
Commercial alternative dispute resolutionThe Challenge of Carl Schmitt.

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