English-Norwegian translation of continuance

Translation of the word continuance from english to norwegian, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

continuance in Norwegian

continuance
continuationnoun forsettning [u], fortsettende [n], fortgang [u]
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Definitions of continuance
noun
1. continuance - the act of continuing an activity without interruption
  continuation
  discontinuance, discontinuation the act of discontinuing or breaking off; an interruption (temporary or permanent)
  discontinuance, discontinuation the act of discontinuing or breaking off; an interruption (temporary or permanent)
  activity any specific behavior; "they avoided all recreational activity"
  lengthening, perpetuation, protraction, prolongation the act of prolonging something; "there was an indefinite prolongation of the peace talks"
  repeating, repetition the act of doing or performing again
  perseverance, perseveration, persistence the act of persisting or persevering; continuing or repeating behavior; "his perseveration continued to the point where it was no longer appropriate"
  abidance the act of abiding (enduring without yielding)
  pursuance, prosecution the continuance of something begun with a view to its completion
  survival something that survives
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Wiki
In the American judicial system, a continuance is the postponement of a hearing, trial, or other scheduled court proceeding at the request of either or both parties in the dispute, or by the judge without consulting them. In response to delays in bringing cases to trial, some states have adopted ""fast-track"" rules that sharply limit the ability of judges to grant continuances. However, a motion for continuance may be granted when necessitated by unforeseeable events, or for other reasonable cause articulated by the movant (the person seeking the continuance), especially where the court deems it necessary and prudent in the ""interest of justice."".

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