Definición de fiat en inglés:

fiat

Saltos de línea: fiat
Pronunciación: /ˈfiːat
 
, ˈfʌɪat
 
/

sustantivo

1A formal authorization or proposition; a decree: the reforms left most prices fixed by government fiat
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As the Law Reform Commission report records, there was some research into the number of fiats granted and there are a regular number of fiats.
  • There is omnipresent resentment at their presence in the classroom, mess halls, in the evaluation process, assignment of research topics, and not least, administrative fiats.
  • Executive fiats and judicial indifference are the hallmarks of a decaying democracy.
1.1An arbitrary order.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the United States, emergency room service works by queuing, the allocation of scarce vaccine is by bureaucratic fiat.
  • It was created virtually by dictatorial fiat and remains in existence by virtual dictatorial fiat.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin, 'let it be done', from fieri 'be done or made'.

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