legislate in English

Pronunciation
v. make laws, enact laws
v. legislate, make laws, enact laws

Example Sentences

Political correctness does not legislate tolerance; it only organizes hatred.
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Accordingly, only the Union may legislate and adopt legally binding acts within that area.
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All in all we have to say that it is an important area that we are now legislating for at Community level.
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All of these things will mean something when we assume the responsibility in this House to legislate.
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allocating money for research and legislating on product labelling.
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An unelected executive cannot legislate and expropriate by means of recommendations and competition cases.
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And I will never cease to be surprised at the areas the Commission pokes around in and finds reason to legislate on.
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Are they the organisations that we ought to be legislating against?
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As far as my second point is concerned, I believe that we should not be too hasty in legislating on the taxation of kerosene.
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As you know, the Constitution, in which the European Union is given the power to legislate on tourism, has not entered into force.
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Synonyms

enact: approve, establish, pass, okay, sanction
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