Bebel Without a Clause

Bebel Without a Clause

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Wahai Nik Aziz, sebelum nak setuju dengan B Anwar B Ibrahim fahamilah maksud 'contingent'

EtymologyFrom Medieval Latin contingens (“possible, contingent”), properly present participle of Latin contingere (“to touch, meet, attain to, happen”), from com- (“together”) + tangere (“to touch”).

[edit] PronunciationIPA: /kən.ˈtɪn.dʒənt/

[edit] Nouncontingent (plural contingents)

1.An event which may or may not happen; that which is unforeseen, undetermined, or dependent on something future; a contingency.

2.That which falls to one in a division or apportionment among a number; a suitable share; proportion;

3.(military) a quota of troops.

[edit] Translations[show ▼]that which falls to one in a division or apportionment among a numberSelect targeted languagesBulgarian: дял (bg) m., пай (bg) m., контингент (bg) m. German: Anteil m., Kontingent n.

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masc. fem. neuter common gender plural

Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)Page name: (e.g. amo for amō)

Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)

Script template: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)

Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)

[edit] Adjectivecontingent (comparative more contingent, superlative most contingent)

1.Possible or liable, but not certain to occur; incidental; casual.

2.(with upon) Dependent on something that is undetermined or unknown.

The success of his undertaking is contingent upon events which he can not control.

3.Dependent on something that may or may not occur.

a contingent estate

4.Not logically necessarily true or false.

Kalau hak asasi Palestin tidak akan berlaku buat ape kita nak pastikan keselamatan Israel.

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