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Translation of "edict" - English-Spanish dictionary

edict

noun /ˈiːdikt/
an order or command from someone in authority; a decree decreto, edicto The Roman Emperor Diocletian issued an edict to stop Christians from worshipping.
Translations of “edict”
in Vietnamese sắc lệnh…
in Thai คำสั่ง, กฤษฎีกา, คำประกาศ…
in Malaysian edik…
in French décret…
in German das Edikt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法令,命令…
in Indonesian maklumat…
in Russian эдикт, указ…
in Turkish resmi emir, talimat, ferman…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法令,命令…
in Polish edykt, rozporządzenie…
(Definition of edict from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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