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Translation of "decree" - English-Spanish dictionary

decree

noun   /dɪˈkriː/ formal
an official statement that something must happen decreto The decree stopped short of a full declaration of independence. More than 200 people were freed by military decree.684
verb   /dɪˈkriː/
to officially decide or order that something must happen decretar They decreed an end to discrimination on grounds of age. After the earthquake, the government decreed that all new buildings must be built according to the new standards.1177
(Definition of decree from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

decree

noun /diˈkriː/
an order or law decreto A decree was issued by the king.
a ruling of a court of civil law. sentencia
(Definition of decree from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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