- দখলচু্যত করাবাজেয়াপ্তদখলচু্যত করাদখলচু্যত করা
Verb(1) deprive of possessions
(1) He feared that homestead legislation would expropriate land he needed for his college bill.(2) They can expropriate property through taxes or the right of immanent domain (breaking the Seventh Commandment).(3) They cannot just expropriate property by saying it is compensation for a debt owing for customs unless there is some rational relationship between them.(4) The state or a competent body or organ authorised by law may expropriate property in the public interest subject to the payment of just compensation.(5) The republic did expropriate ecclesiastical properties, but Mazzini was sincere in his assurances that property would be respected and unlawful acts punished.(6) Drug companies are sitting ducks for governments to expropriate their property.(7) The union last month said it planned to forcefully occupy the farm outside to protest the government's failure to implement a decision to expropriate land owners.(8) government plans to expropriate farmland(9) The letters mark the first time since land reforms began in 1996 that the government has taken steps to expropriate farmers.(10) Governments expropriate private property all the time, and they always have.(11) Few governments place massive restrictions on direct foreign investments or attempt to expropriate property from foreign firms located within their borders.(12) Once the board was established, its enormous powers to expropriate property and enter the real-estate market provided a new momentum to urban segregation.(13) The letters marked the first time that the government has moved to expropriate farms under its land-reform programme.(14) It aroused the envy of some of the other villagers, who talked darkly of when the revolution came and they could expropriate us and the owners of the castle up the road.(15) But the leaders will not expropriate anyone or close any of the mass media.(16) In regard to agriculture, it reserved to itself the authority to expropriate any farm that did not produce foodstuffs to its satisfaction.
(1) expropriate :: দখলচু্যত করা
1. seize ::
4. take ::
5. appropriate ::
6. take possession of ::
7. requisition ::
8. commandeer ::
9. claim ::
10. acquire ::
11. sequestrate ::
স্বতন্ত্র করিয়া রাখা
12. confiscate ::
13. distrain ::
Different Formsexpropriate, expropriated, expropriates, expropriating
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