Precedency Precedence Precede Precaution Precariousness Precariously Precarious Prearrangement Precedent Preceding Precentor Precept Preceptor Preceptorship Precinct Preciosity Precious Precious Stone Preciously Preciousness

Precedent meaning in Urdu

Precedent Sentence

This will set a wrong precedent.

Precedent Synonyms


Precedent Definitions

1 of 4) Precedent, Case In Point : نظیر, مثال : (noun) an example that is used to justify similar occurrences at a later time.

2 of 4) Precedent : سابقہ : (satellite adjective) preceding in time, order, or significance.

3 of 4) Precedent, Case Law, Common Law : عمومی قانون, قانونی دستور : (noun) (civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial decisions.

4 of 4) Precedent, Case Law, Common Law : قانونی روایت : (noun) a system of jurisprudence based on judicial precedents rather than statutory laws.

Useful Words

Unprecedented : بے نظیر , New : بے نظیر , Complementary : تکمیلی رنگ , Higher Law : اعلی قانون , Frequence : تعداد تکرار , Worthwhile : کار آمد , Hunch : اندیشہ , Case : پھنسے ہونا , Chance : اتفاق ہونا , Abstract : الگ کرکے سوچنا , Whom : جس کو , Ad Hoc : مخصوص کام کے لئے , Always : ہمیشہ , Peradventure : شاید , Ablative : مفعول آلہ سے متعلق , Genitive : مضاف الیہ , Boom : گرج ہونا , Case : ڈبہ بھر , Cased : ڈبہ بند , Purportedly : مانا جاتا ہے , Get Off : بچا لینا , Pillbox : گولیاں رکھنے کا ایک صندوق , Lantern : لالٹین , Rehear : دوبارہ کوشش کرنا , Surmise : قیاس , Likely : ممکنہ طور پر , Trier : وہ شخص جو آزماۓ , Assume : خود سے سمجھ لینا , Conceive Of : تصور کرنا , Dissenting Opinion : اختلافی رائے , Bechance : واقع ہونا

Useful Words Definitions

Unprecedented: having no precedent; novel.

New: having no previous example or precedent or parallel.

Complementary: either one of two chromatic colors that when mixed together give white (in the case of lights) or grey (in the case of pigments).

Higher Law: a principle that takes precedent over the laws of society.

Frequence: the number of occurrences within a given time period.

Worthwhile: sufficiently valuable to justify the investment of time or interest.

Hunch: an impression that something might be the case.

Case: enclose in, or as if in, a case.

Chance: be the case by chance.

Abstract: consider apart from a particular case or instance.

Whom: The objective case of who.

Ad Hoc: for one specific case.

Always: without variation or change, in every case.

Peradventure: doubt or uncertainty as to whether something is the case.

Ablative: relating to the ablative case.

Genitive: the case expressing ownership.

Boom: be the case that thunder is being heard.

Case: the quantity contained in a case.

Cased: covered or protected with or as if with a case.

Purportedly: believed or reputed to be the case.

Get Off: cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal case.

Pillbox: a small case for holding pills.

Lantern: light in a transparent protective case.

Rehear: hear or try a court case anew.

Surmise: imagine to be the case or true or probable.

Likely: has a good chance of being the case or of coming about.

Trier: one (as a judge) who examines and settles a case.

Assume: take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof.

Conceive Of: form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case.

Dissenting Opinion: an opinion that disagrees with the court's disposition of the case.

Bechance: happen, occur, or be the case in the course of events or by chance.

Related Words

Example : مثال , Jurisprudence : اصول , Civil Law : شہری قانون , Preceding : پہلے ہونے والا

بے اِیمان