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edict

noun   /ˈiː.dɪkt/ formal
an official order, especially one that is given in a forceful and unfair way edicto, mandato The City Council issued an edict against spitting in the street. a religious edict684
(Definition of edict from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of edict from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “edict”
in Vietnamese sắc lệnh…
in Malaysian edik…
in Thai คำสั่ง, กฤษฎีกา, คำประกาศ…
in French décret…
in German das Edikt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法令,命令…
in Turkish resmi emir, talimat, ferman…
in Russian эдикт, указ…
in Indonesian maklumat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法令,命令…
in Polish edykt, rozporządzenie…
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