NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES

NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES,

Definition of NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES:

  • You can define NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES as, Consequences of certain actions that can be judged by a reasonable person.

Literal Meanings of NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES

NATURAL:

Meanings of NATURAL:
  1. Of course.

  2. An individual has an innate ability to perform a particular task or activity.

  3. A letter (♮) that indicates a natural accent when the previous letter or key signature requires a high or even a headline.

  4. Cream color

  5. (In a game of chance) Instant winning combination or score.

  6. Insects or other small creatures that are used as communication are not artificial imitations.

  7. A person born with a learning disability.

  8. They exist or are due to nature and are not created or produced by human beings.

  9. Character or structure or circumstances or circumstances around someone.

  10. Blood relatives (parents or children).

Sentences of NATURAL
  1. It was natural that this work of television should be done as it was called.

  2. Summer colors are determined by nature

  3. You must have 2 natural types to play as many wild cards as you like.

  4. When fishing in these waters under such conditions, it is best to look for small, natural or particulate baits.

  5. Carrots contain natural antiseptics that fight bacteria

  6. Sharks have no natural enemies

  7. These adoptive children always know who their birth parents are.

  8. Basson plays natural instead of plane

  9. نشا. After the Second World War, the study of nature became increasingly detached from metaphysics.

Synonyms of NATURAL

spontaneously, in a natural manner, artlessly, unaffectedly, unpretentiously, normally, genuinely, in a natural way

AND:

Meanings of AND:
  1. A boolean operator that returns only when all tasks are the same and otherwise zero.

  2. It is used to include words in the same part of a speech, clause or sentence that needs to be put together.

  3. It is used to introduce additional comments or interactions.

  4. It is used to indicate the intention after some verbs and before other verbs, "no"

Sentences of AND
  1. If he had to make a decision, and it was the worst, he would turn his back on his parents.

Synonyms of AND

including, not to mention, coupled with, also, along with, with, besides, as well as, together with, too, in addition to, and, added to

PROBABLE:

Meanings of PROBABLE:
  1. Someone who is likely to do something in return, especially someone who is selected for a team.

  2. This has probably happened or is happening.

Sentences of PROBABLE
  1. Merson and Wright probably

  2. The economic situation is expected to worsen.

Synonyms of PROBABLE

ten to one, expected, likely, anticipated, credible, presumed, potential, possible, feasible, predictable, most likely, odds-on, foreseeable, quite possible, to be expected

CONSEQUENCES:

Meanings of CONSEQUENCES:
  1. Outcome or effect, usually undesirable or unpleasant.

  2. Meaning or relevance.

  3. A game in which players take turns and make statements, not knowing what they bring.

Sentences of CONSEQUENCES
  1. Suddenly stopping drug treatment can have serious consequences.

  2. The past is irrelevant

  3. My family has suffered for years.

Synonyms of CONSEQUENCES

moment, weightiness, momentousness, value, note, produce, by-product, importance, effect, aftermath, seriousness, outcome, fruits, product, repercussion, weight, interest, prominence, import, out-turn, culmination, end result, conclusion, reverberations, sequel

NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES,

NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES Meanings:

  1. The consequences of certain actions that a reasonable person can see.

Literal Meanings of NATURAL AND PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES

NATURAL:

Meanings of NATURAL:
  1. Born from existence or nature that was not created or created by man.

  2. Depending on the nature or circumstances surrounding a person or thing.

  3. Neither fast nor flat.

  4. Contrary to the spiritual or supernatural realms of the human or physical realms of the world.

  5. (Of an offer) that directly shows people who have the card.

  6. A person with a birthright for a particular job or activity.

  7. A sign (♮) indicates a natural accent when a sharp or flat sign is required for the previous sign or key signature.

  8. White color

  9. (In the game of chance) Instant winning combination or score.

  10. Insects or other small creatures are used as bait, not artificial imitation.

  11. Someone born with a learning disability.

Sentences of NATURAL
  1. The bassoon plays the sun naturally, it doesn't move.

  2. Your unanimous offer is natural and positive.

  3. He is natural to the work of television.

  4. The colors of summer are determined by the trends of nature.

  5. Come on in, take a look and enjoy yourself!

AND:

Meanings of AND:
  1. It is used to combine words from a speech, a clause, or a single part of a sentence that needs to be put together.

  2. Used to introduce additional comments or interventions.

  3. Used to indicate intention instead of "to" after some verbs and before others.

  4. A boolean operator that returns one and only if all operations are the same and otherwise zero.

  5. (Noun form) Nominating someone or something that is treated in a certain way.

  6. Andorra (International Vehicle Registration)

Sentences of AND
  1. If he had to make a decision, and it was the worst, he would turn away from his parents.

  2. I will try what he said.

Synonyms of AND

what's more, plus, furthermore, moreover

PROBABLE:

Meanings of PROBABLE:
  1. Maybe or will not

  2. Someone who can be or can do something, especially someone who can be selected for the team.

Sentences of PROBABLE
  1. Maybe Merson and Wright.

Synonyms of PROBABLE

on the cards, a good/fair/reasonable bet

CONSEQUENCES:

Meanings of CONSEQUENCES:
  1. Generally undesirable or unpleasant result or effect.

  2. A game in which players create a story and turn around without realizing what has been created.

Sentences of CONSEQUENCES
  1. Sudden discontinuation of medication can have serious consequences.

Synonyms of CONSEQUENCES

upshot, sequelae, mark, account, ramification, corollary, issue, denouement, significance, concern, termination, concomitant, pay-off, fruit(s), reaction, success, substance, gravity