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circumstantiality, etc.

12:10 May 10, 2007
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English to Hindi translations [PRO]
Science - Psychology / Clinical Psychology
English term or phrase: circumstantiality, etc.
Hi!

Can it be possible for someone to let us know the nearest translation in Hindi (and/or reference links from where we could have the translation) of the following six tangly terms or phrases:

These are the terms used in the text related to Clinical Psychology:

'circumstantiality', 'tangentiality', 'loose associations', 'non-sequiturs', 'gross illogicality', 'thought block'

Reference sentence from where the above terms have been taken:

Disorganized process of thinking characterized by disruption of goal-directed sequencing, e.g., circumstantiality, tangentiality, loose associations, non-sequiturs, gross illogicality, or thought block.
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Summary of answers provided
5 +1Please see the explanation
keshab
5Paristithikta,teevra vaicharik badlaw,belagaam sahcharyta,Taarkik asangatta,poorna a-taarkikta,
chaman4723
51.paristhitivash 2.satahi 3.kachche sambandh 4.poorantah atarkik 5. vichar avrodhak
Kumud Verma
3Only few options translated
PRAKASH SHARMA


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56 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5 peer agreement (net): +1
Please see the explanation


Explanation:
circumstantiality = आकस्मिकता/ परिस्थितिगतता
tangentiality =स्पर्शता
loose associations= अनिश्चित साहचर्य
non-sequiturs = असंगतता
gross illogicality = कुल युक्तिहीनता
thought block =अवरुद्ध विचार/चिन्ता

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Note added at 59 mins (2007-05-10 13:09:43 GMT)
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Plz read: thought block= विचार/चिन्ता अवरोध

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1 hr   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
1.circumstantiality 2.tangentiality 3. loose associations 4. gross illogicality 5. thought block
1.paristhitivash 2.satahi 3.kachche sambandh 4.poorantah atarkik 5. vichar avrodhak


Explanation:
I couldnot include 6th word.

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Note added at 16 hrs (2007-05-11 04:12:07 GMT)
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2. can be satah sparshi

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2 days 4 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5
Only few options translated


Explanation:
I want to change the translations of the following word only apart of already provided
1.circumstantiality - Paarishthitikiyata. As circumstantiality looks noun, so I feel that it should be made noun in Hindi
For rest, I'm busy sir :). Sorry for that!


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Note added at 2 days4 hrs (2007-05-12 16:36:21 GMT)
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I've just translated only one word, no more as written in main line. Sorry for that! Good day all friends and colleagues :)!

PRAKASH SHARMA
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Paristithikta,teevra vaicharik badlaw,belagaam sahcharyta,Taarkik asangatta,poorna a-taarkikta,


Explanation:
Thought block=vichar avrodhan'
These are terms related to psychiatry translations are appropriate.

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Note added at 117 days (2007-09-04 12:28:09 GMT)
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The translation is Paaristhitikta.

Example sentence(s):
  • Manochikitsak ne uske rog ka upchar uski paaristhikta ke vishlaishan ke baad hiee kiya.
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