Definición de decree en inglés:

decree

Saltos de línea: de¦cree
Pronunciación: /dɪˈkriː
 
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sustantivo

verbo (decrees, decreeing, decreed)

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  • Order (something) by decree: [with clause]: the president decreed that the military was to be streamlined
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • But the executive has decided otherwise, and has decreed that smoking should be banned in all public places.
    • Within a few hours he had issued Directive No. 25, decreeing Yugoslavia's obliteration and assigning secondary roles in its conquest to Italy and Hungary.
    • California passed a law 20 years ago decreeing a proportion of cars would have to be electric powered.
    Sinónimos
    order, command, rule, dictate, lay down, prescribe, pronounce, proclaim, ordain; enact, adjudge, enjoin, direct, decide, determine

Origen

Middle English (denoting an edict issued by an ecclesiastical council to settle a point of doctrine or discipline): from Old French decre, decret, from Latin decretum 'something decided', from decernere 'decide'.

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