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conviction (Noun) /con·vic·tion/ /kənˈvikSHən/ conviction



English to Bangla Meaning 'conviction'
English to Bengali meaning of conviction
conviction = অপরাধী সাব্যস্ত হওয়া , দণ্ডাজ্ঞা , দৃঢ় বিশ্বাস
carry conviction = 1. বিশ্বাসযোগ্য হওয়া    2. প্রত্যয়যোগ্য হওয়া
English to English Meaning 'conviction'
1. (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise"
2. an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
English to English Related Phrases 'conviction'
1. judgment of conviction - (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise"
2. murder conviction - conviction for murder
3. rape conviction - conviction for rape
4. robbery conviction - conviction for robbery
Synonyms 'conviction'
Synonyms: assurance, assuredness, certainty, certitude, cocksureness, confidence, doubtlessness, face, positiveness, satisfaction, sureness, surety
Antonyms 'conviction'
Antonyms: doubt, incertitude, nonconfidence, uncertainty
Examples 'conviction'
1. A higher court ruled the conviction must be vacated because Iannettoni died while his case was under appeal. Read Article
2. She hopes to avoid conviction.
3. He has three prior drunk-driving convictions.
4. A judge denied Jonesboro school shooter Mitchell Scott Johnson's motion to have his federal drug and firearms conviction vacated. Read Article
5. A Hamilton dairy farmer who filmed his dogs viciously attacking a live pig has been discharged without conviction. Read Article
6. a perfect example, I told Bobby, why Realtors have to be prepared to work holidays. Well, yeah, he said, utterly without conviction. Jane Smiley, Good Faith, 2003
7. They share my strong conviction that the policy is misguided.
8. The attorney for Chad Gulbertson asked a judge Wednesday to vacate the conviction. Read Article
9. Convictions for shoplifting have made it difficult for her to get a job.
10. a person of deep convictions
11. Superior man faces prison for second child porn conviction. Read Article
12. In light of the evidence, a conviction seems certain.
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