LAST CLEAR CHANCE, LAW OF,
LAST CLEAR CHANCE, LAW OF Definition:
In the context of co-negligence (see), where the injured party should be completely exempt from the offender, a term is the last obvious possibility, in which the defendant is liable if the offense can be proved. Definitely the last chance to avoid an accident. The tax evasion theory has been largely ignored or at least changed, and the fee neglect has been replaced by a new no-default law comparing negligence, the obvious problem of the latter facility has become largely scientific.
Literal Meanings of LAST CLEAR CHANCE, LAW OF
Meanings of LAST:
At the last moment before the present.
Good or bad after all.
At the end of (especially the list of pills) again.
The last person or thing that happened is mentioned later.
He comes last on time or last order.
The most recent in recent days
(Of an action, activity or fact) lasts for a certain period of time.
It stays in good or good condition for a long time or period.
Shoe or shoe model for printing or repairing shoes.
Sentences of LAST
He looks much older than the last time I saw him
The last guest left
They took the last bus
This is our last hope
The guitar solo lasts for twenty minutes
Cars are made last
Synonyms of LAST
matrix, aftermost, be prolonged, go on, most remote, bringing up the rear, hindmost, remotest, continue, only remaining, rearmost, rear, extreme, furthest back, carry on, nearest the rear, keep on, utmost, stand up, preceding, proceed, wear well, furthest behind, form, bear up, endmost, model, endure, ultimate
Meanings of CLEAR:
Being away or indifferent.
Remove obstacles or one or more unwanted objects.
Remove (obstructions or unwanted objects) from anywhere.
Pass (some) safely or without touching it.
Show (someone) innocence or officially declare
Give official approval or approval to
Earn or earn as net income (a sum of money).
Easy to see, understand or interpret.
Transparent without (fabric) clouds.
Free from obstructions or unwanted objects.
Sentences of CLEAR
Jump out of the car
Karen cleans the dirty dishes
The plane was high enough to cut down trees
Clear and accurate information
Clear glass for patio doors
When the road is clear, it changes rapidly
Your truck got stuck in a ditch, the wheel fell off the ground
Synonyms of CLEAR
void, declare innocent, straightforward, clear, direct, fully, pass, perspicuous, utterly, clear-cut, pellucid, clearly expressed, comprehensible, thoroughly, endorse, at a safe distance from, net, distinct, take-home, user-friendly, altogether, limpid, acquit, empty, pocket, intelligible, unlimited, allow, completely
Meanings of CHANCE:
Do something accidentally or without getting pregnant.
Do (something) despite its dangerous nature or uncertain outcome.
Maybe something happened.
The presence and development of events without a clear idea.
Sentences of CHANCE
If I get a chance to meet them
I've barely had a chance to find a job
Coincidentally met your brother
Opportunity to collide
Synonyms of CHANCE
try, fate, fortune, prospect, feasibility, accident, a twist of fate, expectation, possibility, likeliness, risk, fortuity, plausibility, probability, anticipation, happen, likelihood, venture, serendipity, providence, hazard, try one's luck with
Meanings of LAW:
A system of rules that identifies a particular country or community that governs the actions of its members and can be enforced through sanctions.
Rules that describe the right behavior or conduct in a game.
A factual statement, derived from observation, is that whenever certain conditions are satisfied, some natural or scientific phenomena occur.
The order of God's commandments is expressed in the Bible or other religious texts.
A mound, usually round or conical.
Sentences of LAW
Law breaking case
The Second Amendment Law
Morally, Simon was probably an antinomian, an enemy of Old Testament law.
Today I had a good walk through the Northbrook Laws
Synonyms of LAW
guideline, certainty, system of laws, legal code, hillock, hummock, rise, prescription, mesa, rules and regulations, maxim, injunction, directive, creed, direction, regulation, high ground, fell, tump, eminence, canon, standard, tor, formula, criterion, mount
Meanings of OF:
It shows the relationship between the part and the whole.
Indicates the relationship between scale or size and value.
Refers to the relationship between two organizations, usually the organization of the association.
This shows the relationship between the address and the waypoint.
It represents the relationship between a general type or type and a particular object belonging to that category.
After a noun that comes from or is related to an action.
Identify the component or substance that makes the difference.
Express the hour for the next hour.
Sentences of OF
North of Chicago
Nice to meet you
In New York, only a quarter to three
Synonyms of OF
of, carried out by, caused by, done by, from, in, made by, by