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English translation: Retributive Theory of Punishment

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Urdu term or phrase:makafaatee nazria -a-sazaa
English translation:Retributive Theory of Punishment
Entered by: Asghar Bhatti
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15:35 Nov 3, 2003
Urdu to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Urdu term or phrase: makafaatee nazria -a-sazaa
Jurisprudence-theories of punishment
Asghar Bhatti
United States
Local time: 07:33
Retributive Theory of Punishment
Explanation:
Makafaatee=[adj]Retributive
Retribution=[N]Makaafaat
Nazria=Theory
Saza=Punishment
[please see Eng-URD-Eng by Ferozesons]
Mukaafaat=INteqaam;badlaa;sazaa,tawaan
[Please see Feroze-ul-lughaat urdu]
Retribution=punishment for evildone or reward for gooddone[Webster new word Dictionary]
ret·ri·bu·tion [ rèttrə bysh’n ]

noun

punishment: something done or given to somebody as punishment or vengeance for something he or she has done
a just retribution for their crime


[14th century. From the Latin stem retribution- , ultimately from retribuere “to hand back, repay,” from tribuere “to allot” (source of English tribute).]


re·trib·u·tive [ ri tríbbyətiv ] adjective
re·trib·u·tive·ly [ ri tríbbyətivlee ] adverb
re·trib·u·to·ry [ ri tríbbyə tàwree ] adjective


There are following theories of punishment in criminal law:
Deterent theory or
[exemplary punishment be awarded to wrongdoers]
Retributive
Reformatory[wrongdoer is sick ...reform him/her or treat him/her]
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Tahir
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Local time: 07:33
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Retributive Theory of Punishment


Explanation:
Makafaatee=[adj]Retributive
Retribution=[N]Makaafaat
Nazria=Theory
Saza=Punishment
[please see Eng-URD-Eng by Ferozesons]
Mukaafaat=INteqaam;badlaa;sazaa,tawaan
[Please see Feroze-ul-lughaat urdu]
Retribution=punishment for evildone or reward for gooddone[Webster new word Dictionary]
ret·ri·bu·tion [ rèttrə bysh’n ]

noun

punishment: something done or given to somebody as punishment or vengeance for something he or she has done
a just retribution for their crime


[14th century. From the Latin stem retribution- , ultimately from retribuere “to hand back, repay,” from tribuere “to allot” (source of English tribute).]


re·trib·u·tive [ ri tríbbyətiv ] adjective
re·trib·u·tive·ly [ ri tríbbyətivlee ] adverb
re·trib·u·to·ry [ ri tríbbyə tàwree ] adjective


There are following theories of punishment in criminal law:
Deterent theory or
[exemplary punishment be awarded to wrongdoers]
Retributive
Reformatory[wrongdoer is sick ...reform him/her or treat him/her]

Tahir
United States
Local time: 07:33
PRO pts in pair: 20

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