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"Absolute Meaning In Bengali"

Absolute (adj) - সম্পূর্ণ; অনিয়ন্ত্রিত; সেচ্ছাচারী; শর্তহীন; সুনিশ্চিত; সন্দেহাতীত; অবিমিশ্র; পরম; চরম; পূর্ণ; অবাধ; অদ্বিতীয়; নিশ্চিত; অসীম; শর্তহীন; নির্বিকল্প; পুরাদস্তুর; নির্জল; খাঁটি; নিপাতনীয়; স্বয়ম্ভূ; ভেজালহীন; পর; বিশুদ্ধ; শ্রেষ্ঠ; পূর্ণস্বাধীন; ব্যতিক্রমী; অম

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Absolute Meaning in Bengali. Absolute শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Absolute meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Absolute".

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Absolute বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Absolute in English? What does Absolute mean? What is another word for Absolute? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: absolute, absolute alcohol, absolute being, absolute beings, absolute humidity, absolute indication, absolute indications, absolute interest, absolute interests, absolute magnitude,

Absolute Example in a sentence

Absolute Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for absolute

There was no absolute discourtesy; they simply did not want to be introduced.

Therefore rights can never be "natural" or "God-given," or absolute in any sense.

He incurred some debts, and was soon reduced to absolute poverty.

In the ancient German law there was absolute freedom of divorce by agreement.

But freedom was not absolute; it was to be dependent on the moral law.

Such a thing as absolute rest, or stagnation, is unknown in the universe.

The absolute is the sum total of all that was, is, and will be.

The head chief was an absolute sovereign, having the property and the lives of his subjects entirely at his disposal.

Morality is morality, just because it possesses an absolute authoritativeness which they lack.

It was a matter of the utmost importance, apparently of absolute necessity, that they should lay in a store of corn.

Absolute History and Origin

History of: Absolute

Word Origin & History

absolute late 14c., from M.Fr. absolut, from L. absolutus, pp. of absolvere "to set free, make separate" (see absolve). Most of the current senses were in L. Sense evolution is from "detached, disengaged," thus "perfect, pure." Meaning "despotic" (1610s) is from notion of "absolute in position;" hence absolutism. Absolute monarchy is recorded from 1735 (absolute king is recorded from 1610s); scientific absolute magnitude (1902), absolute value (1907) are 20c.

Absolute Synonyms

sheer full unqualified complete unadulterated simple unlimited outright pure infinite utter unconditional entire total free unabridged consummate downright flat out plenary supreme thorough unrestricted no catch no fine print no holds barred no ifs ands or buts no joke no strings attached straight out

Absolute Definition

adjective
1.
free from imperfection; complete; perfect:
absolute liberty.
2.
not mixed or adulterated; pure:
absolute alcohol.
3.
complete; outright:
an absolute lie; an absolute denial.
4.
free from restriction or limitation; not limited in any way:
absolute command; absolute freedom.
5.
unrestrained or unlimited by a constitution, counterbalancing group, etc., in the exercise of governmental power, especially when arbitrary or despotic:
an absolute monarch.
6.
viewed independently; not comparative or relative; ultimate; intrinsic:
absolute knowledge.
7.
positive; certain:
absolute in opinion; absolute evidence.
8.
Grammar.
  1. relatively independent syntactically. The construction It being Sunday in It being Sunday, the family went to church is an absolute construction.
  2. (of a usually transitive verb) used without an object, as the verb give in The charity asked him to give.
  3. (of an adjective) having its noun understood, not expressed, as poor in The poor are always with us.
  4. characterizing the phonological form of a word or phrase occurring by itself, not influenced by surrounding forms, as not in is not (as opposed to isn't), or will in they will (as opposed to they'll).
    Compare sandhi.
9.
Physics.
  1. independent of arbitrary standards or of particular properties of substances or systems:
    absolute humidity.
  2. pertaining to a system of units, as the centimeter-gram-second system, based on some primary units, especially units of length, mass, and time.
  3. pertaining to a measurement based on an absolute zero or unit:
    absolute temperature.
10.
Education. noting or pertaining to the scale of a grading system based on an individual's performance considered as representing his or her knowledge of a given subject regardless of the performance of others in a group:
The math department marks on an absolute scale.
Compare curve (def 10).
11.
Climatology. noting or pertaining to the highest or lowest value of a meteorological quantity recorded during a given, usually long, period of time:
absolute maximum temperature.
12.
Mathematics. (of an inequality) indicating that the expression is true for all values of the variable, as x 2 + 1 > 0 for all real numbers x; unconditional.
Compare conditional (def 4).
13.
Computers. machine-specific and requiring no translation (opposed to symbolic):
absolute coding; absolute address.
noun
14.
something that is not dependent upon external conditions for existence or for its specific nature, size, etc. (opposed to relative).
15.
the absolute.
  1. something that is free from any restriction or condition.
  2. something that is independent of some or all relations.
  3. something that is perfect or complete.
  4. (in Hegelianism) the world process operating in accordance with the absolute idea.

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