adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Abeyant meaning in assamese


  • Pronunciation


  • Definition

    inactive but capable of becoming active

    নিষ্ক্ৰিয় কিন্তু সক্ৰিয় হ’ব পৰা

  • Synonyms

    dormant (নিদ্ৰাহীন)

adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Abeyant meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. Being in a state of abeyance; suspended.

    বিৰতিৰ অৱস্থাত থকা; উপঙি থকা.

  • Examples:
    1. Having placed an abeyant death sentence on Corde's head, he turned his attention to Bose, who, for his part, looked vapid and without a shred of malice or machinatory instinct about him, a soft toy in the great department store of life.

    2. In abeyant intractable conflicts violence is suspended, or "frozen" (i.e., they have gone into remission), usually because a third party is willing and able to guarantee the terms of a negotiated cease-fire—a cease-fire that may also include the broad outlines of a political settlement.

    3. So even where extraordinary circumstances render civilian courts abeyant, the civilian law must be reintroduced as soon as the emergency ends.

    4. This statute, and that in favour of the heirs general before mentioned, would of themselves, it is submitted, establish that the barony of Slane, was neither a peerage in fee nor a palatine honor. Had it been the former, it would have become abeyant between the heirs general: had it been the latter, it would have been annihilated by the non-possession of the lands.