decree in Spanish and example sentences

decree in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. decreto, acordada, anunciación, comunicado, díctum, edicto, orden basada en autoridad, ordenamiento, proclamación, pronunciamiento, proyecto de ley
v. decretar, comandar, dictar, estatuir, estipular

Example Sentences

I'm not religious in the normal sense. I believe the universe is governed by the laws of science. The laws may have been decreed by God, but God does not intervene to break the laws.
No soy religioso en el sentido normal. Creo que el universo está gobernado por las leyes de la ciencia. Las leyes pueden haber sido decretadas por Dios, pero Dios no interviene para infringir las leyes.
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However, on Wednesday, a civil court rejected the opposition demand that they annul the emergency decree imposed for sixty days in late January.
(Voice of America)
Sin embargo, este miércoles, una corte civil rechazó la demanda de la oposición de que se deje sin efecto el decreto de emergencia por sesenta días impuesto a fines de enero.
(Voz de América)
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Obama signed the decree to the secretaries of Defence and State from Martha’s Vineyard, off the coast of Massachusetts, where he is on vacation.
(Voice of America)
Obama promulgó el decreto a sus secretarios de Defensa y de Estado, desde Martha’s Vineyard, en la costa de Massachusetts, donde se encuentra de vacaciones.
(Voz de América)
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The government has used the emergency decree to arrest key opposition leaders and to break up some protest camps in Bangkok.
(Voice of America)
El gobierno ha usado ese decreto de emergencia para arrestar a los principales líderes de oposición y dispersar algunos campamentos de manifestantes en Bangkok.
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As she was too quick, and somewhat bewildered — and also because the fairy’s decree had predetermined it —, she was caught by the spindle, injured her hand, and fell down in a faint.
Como era muy vivaracha, algo aturdida y, además, el decreto de las hadas así lo ordenaba, en cuanto hubo cogido el huso se hirió con él la mano y cayó sin sentido.
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The so-called Latins, dazed with admiration, were, with unreasonable pessimism, becoming doubtful of their ability, and thus were the first to decree their own death. And the conceited Germans
Los llamados latinos, al entregarse a esta admiración, dudaban de las propias fuerzas con un pesimismo irracional. Ellos eran los primeros en decretar su muerte. Y los orgullosos germanos
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Russia was mobilizing a part of its army. Germany, with its troops in readiness under the pretext of manoeuvres, was decreeing the state of "threatened war."
Rusia movilizaba una parte de su ejército. Alemania, que tenía sus tropas prontas con pretexto de maniobras, decretaba el estado de «amenaza de guerra».
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k) Decree on real estate tax;
k) Decreto de impuesto sobre bienes inmuebles;
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The Lord had decreed the establishment of Zion.
El Señor había decretado el establecimiento de Sión.
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Navarre: Decree 256/1996 of 24 June;
Navarra: Decreto Nº 256/1996 de 24 de junio,
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The presidential decree of 2004 had strengthened the central unit and the local sections.
El decreto presidencial de 2004 reforzó la unidad central y las secciones locales.
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The Congress of the United Mexican States decrees:
El Congreso de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, decreta:
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To help, the Holy Father has issued an emergency decree.
Para ayudar, el Santo Padre ha publicado un decreto de emergencia.
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Those who do not adhere to this decree, will be charged with high treason.
Aquellos que no respeten este decreto, serán acusados de alta traición.
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Nature's own plea, The saviour's decree
Suplica de la propia naturaleza, el decreto del salvador.
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Issuing decrees on the suspension of financial transactions;
La promulgación de decretos sobre la suspensión de transacciones financieras;
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b) Decree on further education associations
b) Decreto sobre asociaciones de educación permanente
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Economic Plants Protection Decree, 1979 (AFRCD. 47) - Prohibits the grant of timber felling rights in cocoa farms.
Economic Plants Protection Decree, 1979 (AFRCD. 47) - Este decreto prohíbe la concesión de derechos de tala en las plantaciones de cacao.
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The prophecy tells us that there are «seven weeks, and three score and two weeks», for a total of 69 weeks (7 + 62 = 69), between the decree ordering the restoration of Jerusalem and the coming of the Messiah.
La profecía nos dice que hay «siete semanas, y sesenta y dos semanas», para un total de 69 semanas (7 + 62 = 69) entre el decreto ordenando la restauración de Jerusalén y la venida del Mesías.
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The Council took note of the Decree of the Government of Serbia on a special tax for airline companies from countries implementing the flight ban on JAT.
El Consejo ha tomado nota del decreto del gobierno de Serbia sobre un impuesto especial para las líneas aéreas de países que apliquen la prohibición de vuelos a JAT.
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Synonyms for decree
1. edict: pronouncement, proclamation, declaration, mandate, judgment, ruling, order
2. proclaim: announce, declare, pronounce
Verb forms for decree
Present participle: decreeing
Present: decree (3.person: decrees)
Past: decreed
Future: will decree
Present conditional: would decree
Present Perfect: have decreed (3.person: has decreed)
Past Perfect: had decreed
Future Perfect: will have decreed
Past conditional: would have decreed