English to Nepali Meaning :: ablative

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Noun(1) the case indicating the agent in passive sentences or the instrument or manner or place of the action described by the verb
Adjective(1) relating to the ablative case(2) tending to ablate; i.e. to be removed or vaporized at very high temperature

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(1) Classical Mongolian had seven cases: nominative, accusative, dative, genitive, ablative , instrumental, and comitative.(2) ÔÇÿDe minimisÔÇÖ is a construction called the ablative plural, you don't use the ending ÔÇÿusÔÇÖ after the preposition ÔÇÿdeÔÇÖ.(3) Of the six Indo-European cases capable of being governed by adpositions, the ablative and genitive singular were not distinguished outside of o-stems.(4) Protected by an ablative thermal shield, the probe will decelerate to 400 metres per second.(5) There are different types of phasers now, including ablative and shield penetrating.(6) An ablative heat shield is made of a resinous composite material that slowly vaporizes during descent.(7) The ablative surgery included an anterior thigh flap by the plastic surgery service.(8) This heat shield is covered by an insulating layer protected by an ablative material in contact with the hot plasma flow.(9) But that ablative armor of your's isn't going hold out under this punishment.(10) My Mongolian had got as far as the ablative case and the important greeting noxhoi-khoi, ÔÇÿhold the dogÔÇÖ.(11) Alright, get up here, and switch on the ablative hull armor.(12) Why use a glass thermal protection system, rather than a low-tech ablative shield?(13) No, I think I mean loco, from the Latin ablative for locus, meaning place.(14) Just to clarify what the cases mean - dative means Bellesiles is the indirect object; and the ablative , among other things, it's used with the preposition ÔÇÿwithÔÇÖ (I wrote the book with Bellesiles).(15) Atrophic scars, on the other hand, can be resurfaced with either ablative or nonablative lasers.(16) It may be wise to biopsy all ÔÇÿwartsÔÇÖ before ablative treatment.
Related Words
(1) ablative cause suffix ::
ablative कारण प्रत्यय
1. ablative case ::
ablative मामला
Different Forms
ablative, ablatives
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