Definición de edict en inglés:

edict

Silabificación: e·dict
Pronunciación: /ˈēdikt
 
/

sustantivo

An official order or proclamation issued by a person in authority.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Another step forward was the progressive declarations of invalidity extended to certain laws, decrees, and edicts issued in Stalin's time.
  • Word of this soon reached the British top brass, who sent down an official edict ordering that the practice cease immediately.
  • Although government clerics often issue edicts against terror, the bulk of the government's effort has been security-related.
Sinónimos
decree, order, command, commandment, mandate, proclamation, pronouncement, dictate, fiat, promulgation; law, statute, act, bill, ruling, injunction
formal ordinance

Origen

Middle English: from Latin edictum 'something proclaimed', neuter past participle of edicere, from e- (variant of ex-) 'out' + dicere 'say, tell'.

Derivativos

edictal

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He discusses the edictal words "or has not provided the means by which he might be sued."
  • The edicta are enumerated by Gaius among the sources of Roman law, and this part of the Roman law is sometimes called in the Pandect, Jus Honorarium, apparently because the edictal power belonged to those magistrates only who had the honores, and not so much ad honorem praetorum.

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