Disclaimer Meaning – తెలుగు అర్ధము


Disclaimer – డిస్క్లైమర్ 

Pronunciation = Disclaimer

Disclaimer in Teluguడిస్క్లైమర్ 

Part of speech: Noun

Plural: Disclaimer (డిస్క్లైమర్)

Definition in English: A statement that denies something, especially responsibility.

Definition in Telugu: ఏదో, ముఖ్యంగా బాధ్యత ఖండించింది ఒక ప్రకటన.

Examples in English:

  • It would now return to publishing that disclaimer, he said.
  • Most of his points were the disclaimers that could be expected.

Examples in Telugu:

  • ఏదో, ముఖ్యంగా బాధ్యత ఖండించింది ఒక ప్రకటన.
  • తన పాయింట్లు చాలా అంచనా వేయగల నిరాకరణలు.

Synonyms for Disclaimer

Synonyms in Telugu   నిబంధన, తిరస్కరణ.
Synonyms in English    clause, denial.

Antonyms for Disclaimer

in Telugu  అనుమతి,అంగీకారం.
in English  approval,acceptance.

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