English to Hindi Dictionary indefinite

indefinite

अनिश्चितकालीन
definition
adjective
they may face indefinite detention
lasting for an unknown or unstated length of time.
translation of 'indefinite'
अनिश्‍चित,
अस्पष्ट,
अचोकस,
अनियत
example
The USA Patriot Act must be repudiated, and police-state practices such as 'indefinite' detention and the denial of legal counsel banned.
The 'indefinite' detention has affected his mental health.
Miners are threatening an 'indefinite' overtime ban at Kellingley Colliery, near Pontefract, in a dispute over new shift patterns.
Until recently, though, they failed to do so, and Chapters capitalized on this reluctance by deferring payments - to everyone - for an almost 'indefinite' length.
Certainly, we agree that 'indefinite' detention for the purpose of interrogation is not authorized.
On this account, it is the polysemy of the indefinite article that gives rise to the ambiguity of the 'indefinite' noun phrase.
In most cases, such detail is stored for 'indefinite' lengths of time.
They were introduced in England when the 'indefinite' detention system in England was thrown out by the House of Lords because it offended the human rights principles in the European convention.
National alcohol groups said it was one of the most stringent cases of which they had heard - and maybe the first 'indefinite' ban issued for drink offenders.
But should so vague and 'indefinite' a threat to peace be sufficient reason for military intervention?
The new crackdown on shoplifting - announced this week - means that anyone caught stealing from any of the town centre's hundreds of stores will receive an automatic ban for an 'indefinite' period.
While bare plurals are ambiguous between the two readings, 'indefinite' singulars can only refer to a rule or a regulation.
An 'indefinite' overtime ban by the 21-members also starts today and another one day strike is planned for next week.
A sentence stating that something exists, usually consisting of there, the verb be, and an 'indefinite' noun phrase: There's a tavern in the town.
The Law Lords ruling stated that 'indefinite' detention without trial of foreign nationals was discriminatory, because it applied only to foreigners and not to British nationals.
Nouns are marked for gender, number, and case as well as for definite and 'indefinite' forms.
The Opposition says the 'indefinite' detention of children for the purposes of law enforcement is a national disgrace, and it vows to release all children from detention centres if it wins government.
Likewise, there is an interval of a similarly 'indefinite' length of time between the injection of the remedial serum and the lowering of the speculative fever.
It consists of a memory tape of 'indefinite' length, and a processor which manifests the current state of the machine.
The training period is of 'indefinite' length, but graduates are expected to land a middle-management job within three years.
He adds, a few lines further on, that this term freedom is an 'indefinite' , and incalculably ambiguous term… liable to an infinity of misunderstandings, confusions and errors.
In this intermediate period, especially 'indefinite' determiners seem to be distributed in a quite clearcut way according to the specificity of the referents introduced by the respective noun phrases.
Most mainstream politics have capitulated to the normalization of a state of 'indefinite' , vague and continuous low-level war.
Readers of the Star Tribune will remain in their cloud of unknowing for the 'indefinite' future.
The water is deep here and such a dark blue that the lines of the tiles at the bottom are obscured, 'indefinite' .
The 'indefinite' detention without trial of foreign nationals under emergency terror laws is incompatible with European human rights laws, the Law Lords have ruled.
Here it's not even suggested that continuing 'indefinite' detention has anything to do with ‘investigating and preventing subversive activity’.
Undermining fundamental liberties, such as 'indefinite' detention without due process, however, is another matter altogether, one as likely to fuel problems as quell them.
Nine Law Lords ruled on Thursday morning that their 'indefinite' detention breached human rights but the government has refused to release the prisoners while it considers its position.
Nor does infinity in the sense of unboundedness coincide with 'indefiniteness' , since indefiniteness is compatible with the existence of a maximum and unboundedness is not.
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