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This is a "best guess" listing for the word "cadga" in language English, meaning that only one of the definitions for this word will be shown (the one with the highest total votes). See all the definitions for cadga.

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valsi cadga
type experimental gismu
creator krtisfranks
time entered Wed Aug 12 19:13:24 2015

Definition #67526 - Preferred [edit]
definition x1 (abstraction) should/(of right) ought to be true/happening under conditions/in the case of x2 being true/happening, as believed by/by standard/under consideration of x3. If the world were proper/correct/just/ruled perfectly and strictly according to x3 and if x2 were true, then x1 would be true as well.
notes Moral judgment goes in x3. x3 can also be assumed by expectation under hypothesized laws of physics, by the true situation of the world, etc. Synonymous with zgadi.
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created by krtisfranks
vote information 3
time Sat Aug 15 06:23:05 2015
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krtisfranksChinese: gai 0.334, Hindi: caxiie 0.195, English: cud 0.187, Spanish: deb 0.116, Russian: nada 0.081, Arabic: iiajib 0.088; best-scoring options: cadga; score: .473083333... Beware typo in Arabic; changing Hindi (somewhat unjustly) to "caie", English to "cad", and fixing Arabic "iajib", this is still the sole best-scoring option with a score of .567916666...[edit]
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