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Translation of "legislate" - English-Spanish dictionary

legislate

verb /ˈledʒisleit/
to make laws legislar The government plan to legislate against the import of foreign cars.
legislation noun
the act of legislating. legislación
a law or group of laws legislación The government will introduce the new legislation in the summer.
legislative /-lətiv/ adjective
law-making legislativo a legislative assembly legislative powers.
legislator noun
a person who makes laws legislador a state legislator.
legislature /-lətʃə/ noun
the part of the government which has the power of making laws. cuerpo legislativo
Translations of “legislate”
in Arabic يَشرّع…
in Korean 법률을 제정하다…
in Malaysian menggubal…
in French légiférer…
in Turkish yasa çıkarmak, kanun yapmak…
in Italian legiferare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 立法…
in Russian издавать законы…
in Polish ustanawiać prawo lub prawa…
in Vietnamese lập pháp…
in Portuguese legislar…
in Thai ออกกฎหมาย…
in German Gesetze geben…
in Catalan legislar…
in Japanese 法律を定める…
in Indonesian menjadikan undang-undang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 立法…
(Definition of legislate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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