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bylaw

noun [C] ( also bye-law)
 
 
/ˈbaɪlɔː/ US   /-lɑː/
GOVERNMENT, LAW a law made by local government that only relates to its particular region: Taxi drivers in the city are controlled by very stringent bylaws and licensing conditions.
US a rule which governs the members of an organization: Under the Federation's bylaws, no one can serve as president for more than two terms.
Translations of “bylaw”
in Chinese (Traditional) 地方法, (機構或組織的)規章制度…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地方法, (机构或组织的)规章制度…
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