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decree (noun)

  • 1 dictum

    1. n изречение, афоризм
    2. n авторитетное заявление, авторитетное мнение, суждение
    3. n юр. мнение судьи
    4. n лингв. диктум
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. decree (noun) decree; edict; order
    2. maxim (noun) aphorism; apothegm; axiom; brocard; gnome; maxim; moral; rule; truism
    3. pronouncement (noun) affirmation; announcement; assertion; declaration; dictate; pronouncement
    4. proverb (noun) adage; motto; precept; proverb; saying; slogan

    English-Russian base dictionary > dictum

  • 2 enactment

    1. n принятие закона, введение закона в силу; утверждение, подписание закона
    2. n закон, указ, статут; законодательный акт; постановления; правовое предписание
    3. n положение, условие, статья

    the enactments for the regulation of trade — статьи, регулирующие торговлю

    Синонимический ряд:
    1. decree (noun) act; decree; edict; law; legislation; mandate; measure; order; statute
    2. establishment (noun) establishment
    3. theatrical representation (noun) acting; dramatisation; dramatization; impersonation; personification; playing; portrayal; theatrical representation

    English-Russian base dictionary > enactment

  • 3 ukase

    n русск. указ
    Синонимический ряд:
    decree (noun) announcement; decree; directive; edict; injunction; judgment; manifesto; order; proclamation; ruler; ruling

    English-Russian base dictionary > ukase

  • 4 decree

    di'kri:
    1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) decreto
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) sentencia

    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) decretar
    tr[dɪ'kriː]
    1 (command) decreto
    2 SMALLAMERICAN ENGLISH/SMALL (judgement) sentencia
    1 decretar
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to issue a decree promulgar un decreto
    decree absolute sentencia definitiva de divorcio
    decree nisi sentencia provisional de divorcio
    decree [di'kri:] vt, - creed ; - creeing : decretar
    : decreto m
    n.
    acordado s.m.
    cédula s.f.
    decreto (Jurisprudencia) s.m.
    edicto s.m.
    ley s.f.
    ordenanza s.f.
    pronunciamiento s.m.
    v.
    decretar v.
    disponer v.
    establecer v.
    proveer v.

    I dɪ'kriː
    a) ( command) decreto m
    b) ( Law)

    decree nisi/absolute — sentencia f provisional/definitiva ( en un juicio de divorcio)


    II
    transitive verb decretar
    [dɪ'kriː]
    1.

    decree absolute/nisi — (=divorce) sentencia f definitiva/condicional de divorcio

    2.
    VT (gen) decretar
    * * *

    I [dɪ'kriː]
    a) ( command) decreto m
    b) ( Law)

    decree nisi/absolute — sentencia f provisional/definitiva ( en un juicio de divorcio)


    II
    transitive verb decretar

    English-spanish dictionary > decree

  • 5 decree

    1. noun
    1) (ordinance) Dekret, das; Erlass, der
    2) (Law) Urteil, das

    decree nisi/absolute — vorläufiges/endgültiges Scheidungsurteil

    2. transitive verb
    (ordain) verfügen
    * * *
    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) der Erlaß
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) der Entscheid
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) verfügen
    * * *
    de·cree
    [diˈkri:]
    I. n ( form) Dekret nt form, Erlass m
    to govern by \decree auf dem Verordnungsweg regieren
    to issue a \decree ein Dekret erlassen, einen Erlass herausgeben
    II. vt
    to \decree sth etw verfügen
    the new drug has been \decreed unsafe das neue Medikament wurde als gesundheitsgefährdend eingestuft
    to \decree that... beschließen, dass...
    * * *
    [dɪ'kriː]
    1. n
    Anordnung f, Verordnung f, Verfügung f; (POL of king etc) Erlass m; (ECCL) Dekret nt; (JUR) Verfügung f; (of tribunal, court) Entscheid m, Urteil nt
    2. vt
    verordnen, verfügen

    he decreed an annual holiday on 1st Apriler erklärte den 1. April zum (ständigen) Feiertag

    * * *
    decree [dıˈkriː]
    A s
    1. Dekret n, Erlass m, Verfügung f, Verordnung f:
    decree law Verordnung mit Gesetzeskraft;
    by decree auf dem Verordnungsweg
    2. JUR Entscheid m, Urteil n:
    decree absolute Br rechtskräftiges Scheidungsurteil; academic.ru/50010/nisi">nisi, nullity 2
    3. Ratschluss m (Gottes), Fügung f (des Schicksals)
    B v/t
    1. dekretieren, verfügen, verordnen ( alle auch that dass)
    2. bestimmen (Schicksal)
    3. JUR entscheiden, verfügen ( beide auch that dass)
    C v/i
    1. Dekrete erlassen, Verordnungen herausgeben
    2. bestimmen, entscheiden
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) (ordinance) Dekret, das; Erlass, der
    2) (Law) Urteil, das

    decree nisi/absolute — vorläufiges/endgültiges Scheidungsurteil

    2. transitive verb
    (ordain) verfügen
    * * *
    n.
    Dekret -e n.
    Verfügung f.
    Verordnung f. v.
    verordnen v.

    English-german dictionary > decree

  • 6 decree

    di'kri: 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) påbud, forbud, bestemmelse
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) kjennelse
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) påby, bestemme
    dekret
    I
    subst. \/dɪˈkriː\/
    1) dekret, påbud
    2) forordning, kunngjøring
    3) ( jus) dom, kjennelse (i visse saker, særlig angående skilsmisse)
    II
    verb \/dɪˈkriː\/
    1) påby, bestemme
    2) forordne, dekretere
    fate decreed that... skjebnen ville at...

    English-Norwegian dictionary > decree

  • 7 decree

    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) dekret; forordning; befaling
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) kendelse
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) dekretere; bestemme
    * * *
    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) dekret; forordning; befaling
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) kendelse
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) dekretere; bestemme

    English-Danish dictionary > decree

  • 8 decree nisi

    sentencia provisional de divorcio
    ————————
    1 SMALLLAW/SMALL sentencia provisional de divorcio

    English-spanish dictionary > decree nisi

  • 9 decree

    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) tilskipun, úrskurður
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) réttarúrskurður
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) fyrirskipa

    English-Icelandic dictionary > decree

  • 10 decree

    rendelet, dekrétum to decree: dönt, határoz, elrendel
    * * *
    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) rendelet
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) végzés
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) elrendel

    English-Hungarian dictionary > decree

  • 11 decree

    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) decreto
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) sentença
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) decretar
    * * *
    de.cree
    [dikr'i:] n 1 decreto, mandado, ordenação, lei. 2 édito, edital. 3 Theol lei de Deus, lei eterna. 4 vontade superior. 5 sentença. • vt+vi decretar, ordenar por decreto, determinar, decidir por lei ou autoridade.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > decree

  • 12 decree

    n. emir, kararname, karar, ferman
    ————————
    v. karara bağlamak, hüküm vermek, emretmek; buyurmak
    * * *
    1. emret (v.) 2. emir (n.) 3. karar ver (v.) 4. karar (n.)
    * * *
    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) emir, ferman
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) mahkeme kararı, ilâm
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) hüküm/karar vermek

    English-Turkish dictionary > decree

  • 13 decree

    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) odlok
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) sodba
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) določiti
    * * *
    I [dikrí:]
    noun
    odlok, odredba, dekret, naredba, predpis, sklep
    II [dikrí:]
    transitive verb
    odrediti, predpisati, skleniti, določiti

    English-Slovenian dictionary > decree

  • 14 decree

    • julistaa
    • julistus
    law
    • antaa asetus
    law
    • asetus
    • valtuus
    • päätös
    • ratkaista
    • määritys
    • määrätä asetuksella
    • määrätä
    • määräys
    • säädös
    • sääntö
    • säätää
    * * *
    di'kri: 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) säädös, asetus
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) päätös
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) määrätä

    English-Finnish dictionary > decree

  • 15 decree

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    [English Word] decree
    [English Plural] decrees
    [Swahili Word] hukumu
    [Swahili Plural] hukumu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [Derived Word] hakama, hakimu, hekima, hekimiza, mahakma
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    [English Word] decree
    [English Plural] decrees
    [Swahili Word] katiba
    [Swahili Plural] katiba
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [Derived Word] kitabu
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    [English Word] decree
    [Swahili Word] -amuru
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    English-Swahili dictionary > decree

  • 16 decree

    I [dɪ'kriː]
    1) (order) decreto m., ordine m.
    2) (judgment) sentenza f., ordinanza f.

    decree absolute, nisi — (in divorce) sentenza definitiva, provvisoria (di divorzio)

    II [dɪ'kriː]
    verbo transitivo decretare [amnesty, punishment]
    * * *
    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) decreto
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) sentenza
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) decretare
    * * *
    decree /dɪˈkri:/
    n. (leg.)
    1 decreto: a government decree, un decreto governativo; to issue a decree, emanare un decreto; a decree of fate, un decreto del fato
    2 ( nelle cause di divorzio e in quelle dell'Ammiragliato) sentenza: decree absolute, sentenza definitiva ( di divorzio); decree nisi, sentenza provvisoria ( di divorzio)
    ● ( USA) decree in bankruptcy, dichiarazione giudiziale di fallimento.
    (to) decree /dɪˈkri:/
    v. t.
    (leg.) decretare; ordinare: The Emperor decreed that he should be put to death, l'imperatore ordinò che fosse messo a morte; to decree the fate of sb. [st.], segnare il destino di q. [qc.]; (fig.) Fate decreed that they should meet, il destino aveva voluto che si incontrassero.
    * * *
    I [dɪ'kriː]
    1) (order) decreto m., ordine m.
    2) (judgment) sentenza f., ordinanza f.

    decree absolute, nisi — (in divorce) sentenza definitiva, provvisoria (di divorzio)

    II [dɪ'kriː]
    verbo transitivo decretare [amnesty, punishment]

    English-Italian dictionary > decree

  • 17 decree

    decree [dɪˈkri:]
    1. noun
    by royal/government decree par ordonnance royale/du gouvernement
    décréter ( that que + indic ) ; [court] ordonner ( that que + subj)
    * * *
    [dɪ'kriː] 1.
    1) ( order) décret m
    2) ( judgment) jugement m, arrêt m

    decree absolute/nisi — ( in divorce) jugement définitif/provisoire (de divorce)

    2.
    1) gen décréter
    2) Law ordonner
    ••

    English-French dictionary > decree

  • 18 decree

    [dɪ'kriː] 1. n ( ADMIN)
    rozporządzenie nt, zarządzenie nt; ( JUR) orzeczenie nt, wyrok m; ( POL) dekret m; ( REL) wyrok m
    2. vt
    * * *
    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) rozporządzenie, dekret
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) wyrok
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) zarządzać

    English-Polish dictionary > decree

  • 19 decree

    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) dekrēts; lēmums
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) (tiesas) spriedums
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) izdot dekrētu; piespriest
    * * *
    dekrēts; spriedums; likums; izdot dekrētu

    English-Latvian dictionary > decree

  • 20 decree

    [di'kri:] 1. noun
    1) (an order or law: a decree forbidding hunting.) įsakas, potvarkis
    2) (a ruling of a court of civil law.) nutartis
    2. verb
    (to order, command or decide (something): The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.) paskelbti įsaką, nuspręsti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > decree

См. также в других словарях:

  • decree — ► NOUN 1) an official order that has the force of law. 2) a judgement or decision of certain law courts. ► VERB (decrees, decreed, decreeing) ▪ order by decree. ORIGIN Latin decretum something decided , from decernere …   English terms dictionary

  • decree — de·cree /di krē/ n [Old French decré, from Latin decretum, from neuter of decretus, past participle of decernere to decide] 1: an order having the force of law by judicial decree 2: a judicial decision esp. in an equity or probate court; broadly …   Law dictionary

  • decree nisi — noun a decree issued on a first petition for divorce; becomes absolute at some later date • Topics: ↑law, ↑jurisprudence • Hypernyms: ↑decree, ↑edict, ↑fiat, ↑order, ↑rescript * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • decree absolute — noun 1. A final decree 2. (in a divorce) that which makes the former partners free to marry again • • • Main Entry: ↑decree * * * decree absolute UK US noun [countable] [singular dec …   Useful english dictionary

  • decree — de‧cree [dɪˈkriː] noun [countable] LAW 1. a judgement made in a court of law after a civil action: • The council had already been successful in obtaining a court decree against the former MP. conˈsent deˌcree LAW an order …   Financial and business terms

  • decree absolute — noun the official decree marking the legal end of a marriage, allowing the two people to remarry; it follows the decree nisi after six weeks (in Britain) …   Wiktionary

  • decree dative — noun Etymology: alteration (influenced by English decree) (I) of earlier decreet dative, from decreet + dative Scots law : a decree appointing an executor …   Useful english dictionary

  • decree-law —  ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ noun Etymology: translation of French décret loi, Italian decreto legge, Spanish decreto ley, & Portuguese decreto lei; Italian decreto legge, Spanish decreto ley, & Portuguese decreto lei all probably translation of French décret… …   Useful english dictionary

  • decree-law — noun Date: 1926 a decree of a ruler or ministry having the force of a law enacted by the legislature …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • decree nisi — noun a decree issued on a first petition for divorce; it becomes absolute at some later date unless cause is shown why it should not …   Wiktionary

  • decree — noun an official order that has the force of law. ↘a judgement or decision of certain law courts. verb (decrees, decreeing, decreed) order by decree. Origin ME: from OFr. decre, decret, from L. decretum something decided , from decernere decide …   English new terms dictionary


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