scope en Hindi

Pronunciación
n. सीमा, ढांचा, विस्तार, पैमाना, फैलाव, व्यापकता, क्षेत्र, गुंज़ाइश

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Judge Van den Wyngaert expressed a disagreement with the reclassification of the scope of responsibility of Germain Katanga.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Mr Earnest said any American military action would be limited in scope and would involve a specific American objective.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Established in 2004 as an extension of al-Qaeda in Iraq, and which it surpasses in its acts of brutality, ISIL expanded its scope of operations to neighbouring Syria, after the outbreak of the conflict in the nation, more than three years ago.
(Voice of America)
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Our project is to enlarge the business scope of our company.
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A full-blown explanation of WMI falls outside the scope of this book.
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A little lightning of pain flickers across his chest, narrowing his scope of breath.
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A representative of the United States National Security Council, Caitlin Hayden, said that the operation will be limited in time and scope.
News Service: “Voice of America”
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An extensive and nuanced body of international and national law elaborates the scope of the right to health.
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Baseline scheduling and cost estimates along with scope definition will be tracked and reported on a monthly basis.
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As stated above the subject of terrorist financing has been removed from the scope of the draft anti-money laundering law.
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Sinónimos

an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet": purview, spectrum, ambit, gamut, pallet, sweep, latitude, internationalism, contrast, reach, palette, confines, extent, compass, expanse, approximate range, internationality, ballpark, orbit, range, horizon, view
scientific instrument used by psychologists; presents visual stimuli for brief exposures: scientific instrument, tachistoscope
a magnifier of images of distant objects: equatorial, collimator, telescope, transit instrument, astronomical telescope, view finder, prism, viewfinder, magnifier, aperture, optical prism, finder, solar telescope
electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities: cathode-ray tube, heart monitor, radio detection and ranging, monitor, monitoring device, cardiac monitor, electronic equipment, radiolocation, microwave radar, radar, cathode-ray oscilloscope, oscilloscope, CRO, CRT
the state of the environment in which a situation exists: canvas, showcase, environment, show window, setting, background, canvass


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