English to Igbo Meaning of instance - atụ

Instance :

atụ, nweela, ikpe, omume, na-eme, ihe, igosi, na-egosi, ịrịba ama, iriba-ama, akara, oge, n'obi, nzube, ebumnuche, uzo, akasiaha, ịda, mberede, pịa, ọnọdụ, ala, agbamume, ọchịchọ, arịrịọ, mkpesa, ịrịọ arịrịọ, aririọ

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Definitions of instance in English
Noun(1) an occurrence of something(2) an item of information that is typical of a class or group
Verb(1) clarify by giving an example of
Examples of instance in English
(1) In the first instance , take the matter of evaluation of the worth of a teacher.(2) in this instance it mattered little(3) Of course, such superficialities shouldn't matter in this instance .(4) If so, why would the identity of the victim matter in this instance and not in others?(5) An instance arising at common law is that of self-defence, which, however, once raised must be disproved by the Crown.(6) a serious instance of corruption(7) the search finds every instance where the word appears(8) His applications to commit Mr Rabinowicz and Mr Osuntokun are one instance .(9) If you want to collect instances of English for the feeble-minded, you have only to trawl the sports pages.(10) He instanced its failure to compel the Indian steel company to clean up the plant and site as a condition of the takeover in 1996.(11) Barratt totally rejects the criticisms, saying that these were isolated instances which did not involve Barratt in this part of the country.(12) He instanced a case of a woman who borrowed Ôö¼├║500 from one of these to attend a funeral down the country.(13) Last Wednesday I saw three such instances of this abuse, and it really is a matter that needs to be tackled head on by the council.(14) This issue is of minor importance in most instances of either pure hemorrhagic or hypovolemic shock.(15) The NPA says there are also instances of imported pig products being labelled in a way that can cause shoppers to think they are British meat.(16) The bad faith of a majority of the left is instanced by four things (apart, that is, from mass demonstrations in favor of prolonging the life of a fascist government).
Related Phrases of instance
(1) for instance ::
dị ka ọmụmaatụ
(2) in the first instance ::
na mbụ
(3) in this instance ::
na nke ugbu a
(4) instance of ::
atụ nke
(5) first instance ::
(6) single instance ::
otu ihe atụ
(7) court of first instance ::
ikpe nke mbụ
(8) instance variable ::
atụ agbanwe
(9) as for instance ::
dị ka ihe atụ
1. example ::
2. representative ::
3. cite ::
4. exemplify ::
Different Forms
instance, instanced, instances, instancing
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