ddeddfu, deddfu, neddfudeddfent, deddfa’, deddfaf, deddfai, deddfais, deddfaist, deddfan, deddfant, deddfasai, deddfasant, deddfasech, deddfo, deddfasent, deddfasid, deddfasit, deddfasoch, deddfasom, deddfaswn, deddfech, deddfed, deddfem, deddfen, deddfoch, deddfer, deddfes, deddfest, deddfet, deddfi, deddfid, deddfiff, deddfir, deddfith, deddfa, deddfasem, deddfodd, deddfom, deddfon, deddfont, deddfwch, deddfwn, deddfwyd, deddfwyf, deddfych, ddeddfent, ddeddfa’, ddeddfaf, ddeddfai, ddeddfais, ddeddfaist, ddeddfan, ddeddfant, ddeddfasai, ddeddfasant, ddeddfasech, ddeddfo, ddeddfasent, ddeddfasid, ddeddfasit, ddeddfasoch, ddeddfasom, ddeddfaswn, ddeddfech, ddeddfed, ddeddfem, ddeddfen, ddeddfoch, ddeddfer, ddeddfes, ddeddfest, ddeddfet, ddeddfi, ddeddfid, ddeddfiff, ddeddfir, ddeddfith, ddeddfa, ddeddfasem, ddeddfodd, ddeddfom, ddeddfon, ddeddfont, ddeddfwch, ddeddfwn, ddeddfwyd, ddeddfwyf, ddeddfych
- ddeddfudeddfuyn deddfudeddfu
Verb(1) make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation
(1) Trying to legislate a policy for something that doesn't yet exist would run up against all sorts of problems.(2) The argument also fails to recognise that Parliament can legislate in breach of the rules of international law.(3) On this basis, Herron announced that the government would legislate to authorise construction of the bridge.(4) he didn't want to name anyone to the Court who would legislate from the bench(5) That principle places limitations on the power of Parliament to legislate to abrogate or undermine those fundamental rules.(6) Welcoming the government's decision, local human rights activists said there is no urgency to legislate the proposed law.(7) He is attempting to pack the courts with zealots and activists who are not impartial and who will legislate from the bench.(8) The federal government has the exclusive right to legislate copyright law.(9) It would be obviously improper for the Justices to legislate specific rules about what is private versus what is public.(10) Other forms of delegated legislation include the power of ministers to legislate by Order in Council and for local authorities to make by-laws.(11) The National Government explicitly declined to legislate in order to overturn that precedent.(12) That is what we mean when we say the States cannot legislate about these matters in federal jurisdiction.(13) Congress must legislate strong new laws(14) you cannot legislate for bad luck like that(15) In particular they should not be used to legislate .(16) For safety reasons the city authorities should legislate to make it compulsory that a paying passenger should also be given a helmet.
(1) legislate :: ddeddfu
1. make laws ::
2. pass laws ::
3. enact laws ::
4. formulate laws ::
5. authorize ::
6. decree ::
7. order ::
8. sanction ::
1. repeal ::
2. rescind ::
3. revoke ::
Different Formslegislate, legislated, legislates, legislating
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