English to Igbo Meaning of abrogate - abrogate

Abrogate :

ewepụta, achị si, agafe anya, kwusi, ajụ, imesa, kagbuo, ekpochapụ, inapu, achụpụ, idaputa, ehichapụkwa, igbu, imenyụ, ichicha

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Definitions of abrogate in English
Verb(1) revoke formally
Examples of abrogate in English
(1) In the absence of a clear express intent to abrogate rights and obligations - rights of the highest importance to the individual - those rights remain in force.(2) It was the first time in Canadian legislative history that the national constitution had been amended to abrogate entrenched rights.(3) In 1975, Moscow decided to abrogate this agreement.(4) The more I ponder these simple points the more it seems likely that there will either be gigantic loopholes or the GMC will be forced to break its promise and abrogate the rights of retired doctors.(5) Accordingly, it is not within the competence of the Rules Committee, to abrogate the common law.(6) a proposal to abrogate temporarily the right to strike(7) The employees submitted that the Premier Plan and the associated trust could not be separated and the merger could not lawfully abrogate the trust rights to which they were entitled.(8) We do not approve, generally, of plural marriages - the basis of our disapproval being that they abrogate the rights of women and especially of young girls.(9) In 1948, the Soviets, in an attempt to abrogate agreements for Four-Power control of the city, blockaded Berlin.(10) It is an established rule in English-based common law countries that statutes will not be interpreted as abrogating fundamental rights and freedoms unless clearly stated.(11) It would depend on the detailed operation of the law and it is most unlikely that a blanket abrogation of legal professional privilege would survive.(12) Section 1 of the Suicide Act 1961 abrogated the rule that made suicide criminal.(13) If a regime abrogated the rights to life, liberty, and property, its subjects could overthrow it and choose a new one.(14) In a matter so sensitive, to deny the court the capacity to take into account all the circumstances of a case, is a basic denial of justice and an abrogation of our International Treaty obligations.(15) The administration's arguments justifying the wholesale abrogation of civil liberties are by no means limited to an emergency response to an immediate threat.(16) On returning to Madagascar, both sides abrogated the agreement.
Related Phrases of abrogate
(1) abrogate ::
1. repeal ::
2. revoke ::
3. rescind ::
4. repudiate ::
5. overturn ::
6. annul ::
7. disallow ::
8. cancel ::
9. invalidate ::
ghara ịdị ire
10. nullify ::
ya ghara ịdị irè
11. void ::
12. negate ::
13. dissolve ::
14. countermand ::
15. declare null and void ::
ikwusa null na ndum
16. discontinue ::
17. reverse ::
laa azu
18. retract ::
19. remove ::
20. withdraw ::
21. abolish ::
22. put an end to ::
23. do away with ::
24. get rid of ::
25. end ::
26. stop ::
27. quash ::
28. scrap ::
29. disaffirm ::
Different Forms
abrogate, abrogated, abrogates, abrogating
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