English to Hindi Dictionary deposition

deposition

निक्षेप
definition
noun
Edward V's deposition
the action of deposing someone, especially a monarch.
the deposition of four expert witnesses
the process of giving sworn evidence.
translation of 'deposition'
शपथपूर्वक साक्ष्य,
अपदस्थ करना,
अभिसाक्ष्य,
बयान,
च्‍युति
noun
शुल्क,
चंदा,
उलट देना,
उलटना,
शपथपूर्वक साक्षी,
तलछट,
डिपाज़ित,
उतारना,
गाद,
निक्षेप,
अमानत
example
Untreated inflammation can result in cataracts, calcium 'deposition' in the cornea, glaucoma and, ultimately, blindness.
The evidence for extremely fast 'deposition' of carbonate caps is excellent in some areas.
Mr Coppel informed us that neither the transcript of the memorandum interview, the video of it, or any other 'deposition' is available to the Respondent.
At the point when his power to command death and to sustain his own life has been arrested, Richard is divested of the spectacular carapace that encases the body of the monarch, his 'deposition' is a fall into subjectivity.
Stratford later supported Edward II's 'deposition' in Edward III's favour.
the 'deposition' of four expert witnesses
Ironically the media had reported the successful 'deposition' of the leader before the coup had even taken place.
There is much evidence for zoning in these calcite crystals and also some evidence for breaks in 'deposition' and even temporary dissolution.
Once in the atmosphere, the distribution and 'deposition' of these substances is a function of prevailing winds and weather patterns.
The factional conflict erupted into Civil War which resulted in Henry's 'deposition' in 1461 when Richard's son inaugurated the reign of the House of York as Edward IV.
It was one of the first minerals to crystallize, and it continued to be deposited throughout the sequence of mineral 'deposition' .
Edward V's 'deposition'
Silver was deposited near the end of the copper 'deposition' , and most specimens show a combination of silver on copper.
Other evidence for the quick 'deposition' of sediment on organisms as seen in a great catastrophe is provided by the presence of soft-bodied organisms in the fossil record.
Edward V's 'deposition'
By 1326, Edward's 'deposition' in favour of his namesake son and heir seemed the only alternative to a mean, oppressive, and unsuccessful regime that engendered civil strife.
pebbles formed by the 'deposition' of calcium in solution
They are using solution methods such chemical bath 'deposition' to deposit films of semiconductor materials.
On his 'deposition' Prince Carol Hohenzollen-Sigmaringen was elected.
Each species forms distinct patterns of cell 'deposition' within the annual growth rings, and the growth rings themselves are subject to variation through a number of different factors.
Weight gain in pregnancy includes such things as fluid retention, fat 'deposition' , fetal size, potential for excess fluid around the baby.
the 'deposition' of four expert witnesses
The treasures of a dynasty that survived civil war, 'deposition' and the Great Fire of London are to be displayed to the public.
We will take her testimony under oath in a deposition and they'll probably take Michael's 'deposition' and in a few months we'll go to trial.
pebbles formed by the 'deposition' of calcium in solution
Indeed, the gain in weight of both beef and chicken is ‘counterbalanced by excessive 'deposition' of fat’.
In a state of the art review article, Chan and colleagues discuss calcium 'deposition' with or without bone formation in the lung.
A 'deposition' is sworn testimony taken in an informal setting (no judge or jury) before trial as part of the prediscovery process.
The rebels fought the emperor until his 'deposition' in 1974.
They also agreed that it was impossible to estimate how much 'deposition' would have occurred as a result of this and to what extent this would have influenced the vessel's ability to discharge the full cargo.
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