commutation definition

  • noun:
    • A substitution, exchange, or interchange.
    • The substitution of just one particular payment for another.
    • The payment replaced.
    • The travel of a commuter.
    • Electricity Conversion of alternating to unidirectional existing.
    • Electricity Reversal of existing way.
    • Law reduced total of a penalty to a less serious one.
    • A passing in one condition to a different; change; alteration; mutation.
    • The act of offering something for another; barter; exchange.
    • Substitution of one thing for the next; interchange.
    • particularly, the replacement of 1 style of repayment for another, specifically a switch to financial payment from responsibilities of labour.
    • The change to a lesser penalty or punishment by the State
    • Substitution, as a way of discriminating between phonemes.
    • The reversal of an electrical up-to-date.
    • A passing from one condition to another; change; alteration; mutation.
    • The work of providing a very important factor for another; barter; change.
    • The change of a penalty or discipline by the pardoning energy associated with State.
    • A substitution, since a less thing for a higher, esp. a substitution of just one form of repayment for the next, or one payment for a lot of, or a certain sum of money for conditional repayments or allowances.
    • regular travel from a location of residence to someplace in which an individual's everyday work is carried out; commuting. Frequently, such travel is carried out between a suburb and a nearby town.
    • A passing from one condition to another; alteration; modification.
    • The act of offering one thing for the next; exchange; barter.
    • The work of replacing a very important factor for another; substitution.
    • particularly— in-law, the change of a penalty or punishment from a greater to a less, as banishment in the place of death.
    • The substitution of one kind of repayment for another, or of a money payment in place of the overall performance of compulsory task or labor, or of an individual repayment in place of numerous consecutive payments, generally at a decreased rate. See commutation-ticket.
    • A substitution, trade, or interchange.
    • The replacement of just one type of repayment for the next.
    • The payment substituted.
    • The travel of a commuter.
    • Milit., the income value of allowances, such as for example quarters, gasoline, forage, etc., taken in place of them.
    • Electricity Conversion of alternating to unidirectional present.
    • (legislation) the reduction in extent of a punishment enforced for legal reasons
    • Electricity Reversal of existing path.
    • a warrant replacing a lesser punishment for a better one
    • Law reduced amount of a penalty to a less severe one.
    • the travel of a commuter
    • A passing from one condition to a different; change; alteration; mutation.
    • the work of putting something or person as opposed to another:
    • The act of giving something for the next; barter; exchange.
    • Substitution of 1 thing for another; interchange.
    • Specifically, the substitution of one kind of payment for another, especially a switch to monetary payment from obligations of labour.
    • the alteration to a lesser punishment or punishment by the State
    • Substitution, as a way of discriminating between phonemes.
    • The reversal of an electric current.
    • A passing from one condition to another; modification; alteration; mutation.
    • The act of giving one thing for the next; barter; exchange.
    • the alteration of a penalty or discipline because of the pardoning power associated with the State.
    • A substitution, by a less thing for a larger, esp. a substitution of 1 type of payment for another, or one payment for a lot of, or a specific amount of cash for conditional repayments or allowances.
    • regular travel from somewhere of residence to someplace where a person's daily work is done; commuting. Most frequently, these types of travel is carried out between a suburb and a nearby town.
    • A passing from 1 state to some other; alteration; modification.
    • The work of giving a very important factor for the next; trade; barter.
    • The act of replacing a very important factor for the next; replacement.
    • Specifically— in-law, the change of a penalty or punishment from a higher to a less, as banishment instead of death.
    • The substitution of one type of repayment for the next, or of a money repayment instead of the overall performance of compulsory task or work, or of an individual payment instead of a number of successive repayments, usually at a decreased rate. See commutation-ticket.
    • Milit., the funds value of allowances, such as quarters, fuel, forage, etc., used place of them.
    • (law) the reduction in severity of a punishment imposed by-law
    • a warrant replacing a smaller discipline for a better one
    • the travel of a commuter
    • the work of placing the one thing or individual instead of another:

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