English to Telugu Meaning :: abeyance

నిలుపుదల
Abeyance :
నిలుపుదల
- నిలుపుదల
 
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Noun(1) temporary cessation or suspension

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(1) The sixteenth-century precedents regarding female rule in England, however, remained in abeyance until Anne's reign.(2) The compromise sets aside disputes about sovereignty by putting territorial claims into abeyance for the treaty's duration.(3) This application is still held in abeyance until the athlete's indebtedness to the club has been cleared.(4) matters were held in abeyance pending further inquiries(5) I see that sanity has prevailed and this crazy and unnecessary idea has now been put into abeyance .(6) Only your penitent suffering gives us leverage to keep those forces in abeyance .(7) All property rights in the property to which the order relates lie in abeyance .(8) The issue of whether or not paranormal beliefs can be verified by scientific, empirical research methods is held in abeyance as a secondary concern.(9) Although repeated again and again this pledge has fallen into abeyance in the post-colonial era.(10) A measure that passed Congress and was signed by the executive might still be held in abeyance on constitutional grounds by a court.(11) Organizational rules sometimes fall into abeyance .(12) In Europe atmospheric perspective remained in abeyance for 1,000 years, to be rediscovered by the early 15th-century, Flemish painters.(13) Manufacture of anti-retrovirals is being held in abeyance pending official government policy on the issue.(14) ÔÇÿA lot of expansion plans were put in abeyance ,ÔÇÖ he said.(15) However, there were times when East himself was publisher as well as printer, in particular during the periods when the patent was in abeyance .(16) This meant escalation of the pain that had been held in abeyance .
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(1) in abeyance ::
నిలుపుదల
Synonyms
Noun
1. in suspension ::
సస్పెన్షన్
3. in a state of dormancy ::
క్రియారహిత స్థితిలో
5. in remission ::
ఉపశమనం
6. pending ::
పెండింగ్
8. deferred ::
వాయిదా
11. put to one side ::
ఒకవైపు చాలు
12. unresolved ::
పరిష్కరించని
13. up in the air ::
గాలి లో
14. in cold storage ::
చల్లని నిల్వ
15. on ice ::
మంచు మీద
16. on the back burner ::
తిరిగి బర్నర్
Antonyms
1. continuance ::
కొనసాగడాన్ని
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