Contract (Noun) – a binding agreement between two or more persons, which may be legally applicable n. the authorization of two or more persons, if given sufficient consideration or guarantee, to make or refrain from doing or refraining from acting; an agreement in which a party agrees to do or not do a particular thing; A formal bargain A compact exchange of rights. Condition (Noun) – state of (good) health (especially in the terms “in condition” or “in shape” or “not in shape”) condition (noun) – method, which varies to estimate a variable of the effect of endings in relation to a control condition (verb) – apply to make a smooth and shiny state (noun) – information that, when making a decision (Noun) – a type of being or the form of a person`s existence or something intransitiv. To reach an agreement; The alliance; Approve to negotiate. Condition (verb) – development (children) behaviour through teaching and practice; with regard to self-regulation, a contract is a legally binding document between at least two parties, which defines and regulates the rights and obligations of the parties. A contract is legally applicable because it complies with the requirements and approval of the law. A contract usually involves the exchange of goods, services, money or promises from one of them. “breach of contract” means that the law must grant the victim either access to remedies, such as damages, or annulment. Condition (verb) – conditional reaction condition (name) – illness, illness or any other medical condition n. A formal writing that contains the agreement of the parties, with the terms and conditions, and which serves as proof of commitment. condition (verb) – indicate as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; an express request or provision in a contractual condition (Noun) – (usually plural) a statement on what is necessary under a contract means urdu in English, as written in Urdu and Kam Karna, as written in Roman Urdou. There are many synonyms for Contract, arrangement, bargains, borrowing, commission, commitment, Compact, Concordat, Convention, Bund, Deposition, Dicker, Commitment, Proof, Guarantee, Handshake, Recovery, Responsibility, Bet, Bond, Pact, Paper, Pledge, Record, Settlement, Stipulation, Contract, Understanding, Proof, Promise, etc.
Contract (Noun) – a variety of bridges in which the bidder gets points for the game only for the number of tricks he offers, fall victim to a transitivviv disease v. shorten by omitting a letter or letter or reducing two or more vowels or syllables to one. Be assembled in transit v. to be reduced in size or size; shrinking; The compass or duration is reduced. [Noun, adjective, verb 15-17, 21, 22 kon-trakt; verb kuh n-trakt] contract (verb) – reduce in scope while retaining essential elements contract (noun) – (contract bridge) the highest bid is the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make contract (verb) – enter into a contract contract, contract, bridge, declaration, get, take, shrink, abbreviate, abridge, cut, foreshorten, , compress, compact, squeeze, squeeze, sign, connect, connect. Synonyms: compress, cut, squeeze, compact, contract, transit pressure v. tighten to bend; knitting. Origin of the Contract Middle English: on the ancient French of the Latin contractus, of the treaty – of the verb contra, by con-`together` – trahere `draw`. transitive v. To get together or get closer; Reduce to less compass reduce, reduce or reduce. Synonyms: abridge, foreshorten, abbreviated, shorten, cut, cut, contract, reduce transitive v.