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Ratiocinate meaning in Urdu

Ratiocinate Definitions

1) Ratiocinate : استدلال کرنا : (verb) reason methodologically and logically.

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A Fortiori : لازمی طور پر , Pretext : بہانہ , Reason : منطقی طور پر سوچنا , Reasoned : منطقی , Ratiocinator : منطقی دلائل کے ساتھ بات کرنے والا , Imply : دلالی کرنا , Apodeictic : بلا خوف تردید , Cohere : یکجا رہنا , Conscience : ضمیر , Adhere : چپکا ہوا ہونا , So : تو , Because : کیونکہ , Occasion : وجہ , Interest : مفاد , Elicit : نکالنا , Venerable : قابل احترام , Syllogise : قیاس اندازی کرنا , Causeless : بلا جواز , Irrational : بے تکا , Mindless : بے معنی , Account For : وجہ سے , Lightly : اچھے جواز کے بغیر , By Rights : انصاف کی رو سے , Justifiably : اچھے جواز کے ساتھ , Blind : غیر عقلی , Baseless : بے بنیاد , Rational : معقول , Accordingly : اس لئے , Expostulate : تکرار کرنا , Array : ترتیب دینا , Emotional : جذباتی

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A Fortiori: with greater reason; for a still stronger, more certain reason.

Pretext: something serving to conceal plans; a fictitious reason that is concocted in order to conceal the real reason.

Reason: think logically.

Reasoned: logically valid.

Ratiocinator: someone who reasons logically.

Imply: suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic.

Apodeictic: of a proposition; necessarily true or logically certain.

Cohere: have internal elements or parts logically connected so that aesthetic consistency results.

Conscience: motivation deriving logically from ethical or moral principles that govern a person`s thoughts and actions.

Adhere: cohere means to stick or hold together firmly, often referring to particles or parts of a substance. It can also describe the act of forming a united whole or being logically consistent.

So: for this reason; therefore.

Because: For the reason that.

Occasion: reason.

Interest: a reason for wanting something done.

Elicit: derive by reason.

Venerable: impressive by reason of age.

Syllogise: reason by syllogisms.

Causeless: having no justifying cause or reason.

Irrational: not consistent with or using reason.

Mindless: not marked by the use of reason.

Account For: be the reason or explanation for.

Lightly: without good reason.

By Rights: with reason or justice.

Justifiably: with good reason.

Blind: not based on reason or evidence.

Baseless: without a basis in reason or fact.

Rational: consistent with or based on or using reason.

Accordingly: (sentence connectors) because of the reason given.

Expostulate: reason with (somebody) for the purpose of dissuasion.

Array: lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line.

Emotional: determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason.

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