শায়িত্ব, আরোপিতআপতিত, আলম্বিত, হেলান দেওয়া, অবশ্যপালনীয়
Noun(1) the official who holds an office
Adjective(1) lying or leaning on something else(2) necessary (for someone(3) currently holding an office
(1) And the incumbent governor of Mississippi is a Democrat.(2) They were media events, too, staged as much for the international press corps as to put pressure on the incumbent regimes.(3) And while the official results are still coming in it appears incumbent governments across Europe have suffered at the hands of voters.(4) He visited the eclectic congregation systematically and, with the support of the incumbent , initiated weekly Bible studies, men's meetings and other teaching activities.(5) He is a decent, honest man, though given to prolixity; no genius, but then certainly no worse than the present incumbent .(6) Eleven years after he took up the Festival's reins, with two more to run on his current contract, he is now the longest-serving incumbent of a post he has described as ├ö├ç├┐the best job in the world├ö├ç├û.(7) Needless to say, it implies that the business environment of Korea has deteriorated throughout the final year of the incumbent government.(8) It is difficult to defeat an incumbent governor.(9) The trainee pastor, on loan to the church because the resident incumbent has gone off his rocker, is so damp behind the ears he doesn't notice when ladies make passes.(10) Voters may look back on an incumbent 's performance in office, and cast a retrospective vote, or may compare what the candidates promise to do if elected to office, and vote prospectively.(11) The present incumbent is I think magnificent at not being rattled by anything.(12) Meanwhile, the legislative districts are designed to protect the incumbent .(13) It is also in part the result of the greater importance of the Council Presidency and the fact that the incumbent of this Office will often have an agenda which he or she wishes to see achieved.(14) ├ö├ç├┐If we were heads of these localities, we might act in the same way as these incumbent officials did,├ö├ç├û Lee admitted.(15) Yet, the reform drive should not concentrate only on ousting old faces allegedly responsible for the corruption and misadministraion of the incumbent government.(16) Without question, survival is a basic goal of incumbent regimes of all nation-states; North Korea is no exception.
1. necessary for one to ::
এক জন্য প্রয়োজনীয়
2. essential that ::
3. required that ::
4. imperative that ::
5. compulsory for one to ::
এক জন্য বাধ্যতামূলক
6. binding on one to ::
এক বাঁধাই করার
7. mandatory that ::
8. holder ::
9. bearer ::
10. occupant ::
Different Formsincumbent, incumbents
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