Definition of irade in English:

irade

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Pronunciation: /ɪˈrɑːdi
 
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noun

historical
A written decree of the sultan of Turkey.

Origin

Turkish, from Arabic 'irāda 'will, decree', from 'arāda 'intend'.

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