Meaning of deprival in English:

deprival

Pronunciation /dɪˈprʌɪv(ə)l/

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noun

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‘It is difficult to regard that as other than a deprival of justice.’
  • ‘The refusal of the licence is claimed to be a deprival of possession within the meaning of Article 1.’
  • ‘However, the current cost was determined by reference to market values as well as current replacement costs, a type of deprival value system.’
  • ‘However, there are two types of compulsory interferences with the citizen's personal freedom which may fail to qualify as significant deprival.’
  • ‘Malnutrition occurs prior to starvation, which is simply the long-term deprival of food and its adverse effects.’