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Synonyms for compound

Synonyms for compound

consisting of two or more interconnected parts

Synonyms for compound

a whole formed by a union of two or more elements or parts

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(chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight

an enclosure of residences and other building (especially in the Orient)

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make more intense, stronger, or more marked

put or add together

calculate principal and interest

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create by mixing or combining

composed of more than one part

consisting of two or more substances or ingredients or elements or parts

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composed of many distinct individuals united to form a whole or colony

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The plan to make the offence compoundable was announced by Minister of State for Home Affairs H.
A draft note for the Cabinet which, inter alia, seeks to amend section 498A of the IPC, making it compoundable, has been sent to the legislative department, ministry of law and justice for drawing up the draft Bill," he said.
Moreover, Section 354 is both cognisable and non- compoundable.
Any violation of this act is a cognisable, non- compoundable and non- bail able offence, Mittal said.
A total of 300 benches were set up to deal with pending cases ranging from civil to criminal compoundable cases as well as matrimonial matters, the Delhi State Legal Services Authority said.
67 sq mtrs was regularised in February 2007, the remaining, said to be non- compoundable, had not been removed.
On Sunday, apart from the traffic cases, the rest were compoundable matters like matrimonial dis- The mega Lok Adalat turned out to be an overwhelming putes, cases of cheque bounce, molestation and other civil and criminal complaints.
Former chief engineer Mukhopadhyay said constructions beyond permissible limits are classified into two categories -- those that can be legalised by paying a penalty, called compoundable, and those that just have to be demolished, called non- compoundable.
The report said that the illegal constructions in these 11 instances are non- compoundable -- one that cannot be legalised even by paying a penalty.