- маҳрум карданмањрумшудамањруммањрум
Verb(1) take away possessions from someone(2) keep from having, keeping, or obtaining(3) take away
(1) However, there are two types of compulsory interferences with the citizen's personal freedom which may fail to qualify as significant deprival .(2) The 1914 Act, among other provisions, deprived the Welsh bishops of their seats in the House of Lords, and abolished private patronage.(3) If children are deprived of these experiences they will not learn to handle the risks that they are certain to meet as they make their way through life.(4) On the one hand, she had a happy, rather rumbustious family background; on the other, she was deprived of much maternal affection and of education.(5) The patient is deprived of amenities which may have been part of his life outside, or were, at least, available.(6) Lower-class women were deprived of any way of voicing their aspirations and grievances.(7) I searched the slave registers looking for my kin, but soon realised that every man, woman or child was deprived of any family identity or individual surname.(8) As a result, he was deprived of his position as resident physician at the leprosy hospital in 1880.(9) It is difficult to regard that as other than a deprival of justice.(10) What happens when you are deprived of these rights?(11) ├ö├ç├┐If we are deprived of car parking space the car parking will spill out onto the main road and perhaps you ought to put it somewhere else,├ö├ç├û he added.(12) The refusal of the licence is claimed to be a deprival of possession within the meaning of Article 1.(13) Today, though those bans have been lifted, we are still deprived of many of our ancestral teachings.(14) She was deprived of all her dignity, hopes and dreams.(15) He was deprived of sleep during repeated interrogations and freezing water was thrown over him.(16) His views were not popular and he was deprived of his chair in 1710.
(1) deprive of :: маҳрум
1. dispossess of ::
2. impoverish ::
3. strip ::
1. crown ::
2. enthrone ::
3. throne ::
Different Formsdeprive, deprived, deprives, depriving
English to Tajik Dictionary: deprive
Meaning and definitions of deprive, translation in Tajik language for deprive with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of deprive in Tajik and in English language.
Tags for the entry "deprive"
What deprive means in Tajik, deprive meaning in Tajik, deprive definition, examples and pronunciation of deprive in Tajik language.