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"Lapsing Meaning In Bengali"

Lapsing (verb) - স্বধর্মভ্রষ্ট হত্তয়া; তামাদি হত্তয়া; অতিপন্ন হত্তয়া; অপ্রচলিত হত্তয়া; অক্ষম হত্তয়া; পদস্খলিত হত্তয়া;

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"Lapsing Meaning"


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Similar Words: lapsi, lapsibility, lapsible, lapsided, lapsing, lapsingly, lapsings,

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Lapsing History and Origin

History of: Lapsing

Lapsing Synonyms

elapse go by relapse recede terminate expire cease descend degenerate subside run out deteriorate decline return die retrograde revert slide apostatize slip pass end backslide weaken recidivate become obsolete

Lapsing Definition

noun
1.
an accidental or temporary decline or deviation from an expected or accepted condition or state; a temporary falling or slipping from a previous standard:
a lapse of justice.
2.
a slip or error, often of a trivial sort; failure:
a lapse of memory.
3.
an interval or passage of time; elapsed period:
a lapse of ten minutes before the program resumed.
4.
a moral fall, as from rectitude or virtue.
5.
a fall or decline to a lower grade, condition, or degree; descent; regression:
a lapse into savagery.
6.
the act of falling, slipping, sliding, etc., slowly or by degrees.
7.
a falling into disuse.
8.
Insurance. discontinuance of coverage resulting from nonpayment of a premium; termination of a policy.
9.
Law. the termination of a right or privilege through neglect to exercise it or through failure of some contingency.
10.
Meteorology. lapse rate.
11.
Archaic. a gentle, downward flow, as of water.
verb (used without object), lapsed, lapsing.
12.
to fall or deviate from a previous standard; fail to maintain a normative level:
Toward the end of the book the author lapsed into bad prose.
13.
to come to an end; stop:
We let our subscription to that magazine lapse.
14.
to fall, slip, or sink; subside:
to lapse into silence.
15.
to fall into disuse:
The custom lapsed after a period of time.
16.
to deviate or abandon principles, beliefs, etc.:
to lapse into heresy.
17.
to fall spiritually, as an apostate:
to lapse from grace.
18.
to pass away, as time; elapse.
19.
Law. to become void, as a legacy to someone who dies before the testator.
20.
to cease being in force; terminate:
Your insurance policy will lapse after 30 days.

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