- n. 法令；判决
- v. 颁布；裁定；注定
- [C]命令,法令 an official command or decision
- [C]判决 a judgment of certain types in a court of law
- vt. 颁布; 判决 order officially, with the force of law; decree a punishment
a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge);
"a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there"
issue a decree;
"The King only can decree"
decide with authority;
"The King decreed that all firstborn males should be killed"
- This decree obliges unions to delay strikes .
- The decree imposed strict censorship of the media.
- The final decree dissolved their marriage.
- This decree has the force of law behind it.
- The dictator decreed that his birthday would be a public holiday.
- The court decreed that he should be transported to Australia.
- Fate decreed that Ulysses should travel long and far.
- They had to obey the decree that beards be shaved off.
- The court granted her a decree of divorce.
- The Queen has decreed her order.
- Government has decreed a new order.
- You have no right to decree the order.
- The new law has been decreed.
- His order has been decreed.
- The government decreed that a new tax should be imposed.
- The court decreed that he should pay the fine in full.
- The court decreed that such a criminal should be punished severely.
- The committee decreed that he won the game.
- They have decreed that all this fighting should end.
- Teacher decreed Tom right.
- The committee decreed the film unsuitable for children.
- Mother decreed that thing necessary to do.
- government decree 政府法令
- decree in bankruptcy 破产判决
- decree an amnesty 颁布大赦令
- decree an end to the fighting 下令结束战争
- decree an order 颁布命令
- decree punishment 处以惩罚
There is no force in the decrees of Venice.出自：Merchant of Venice , Shakespeare
In France the matter..is being decided..by presidential decree.出自：Times
The Senate had decreed an arch in Livia's memory.出自： R. Graves
- ☆ 14世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古法语的decre，意为法令。