mandate

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noun
ADJECTIVE
popular
clear, strong
broad
new
legal, legislative, regulatory
constitutional
congressional, federal, government, state
electoral

It is undemocratic to govern an area without an electoral mandate.

political
divine
VERB + MANDATE
have
give sb, issue
seek

The party sought a mandate to reform the constitution.

get, obtain, receive, win
extend
PREPOSITION
in your mandate

He failed in his mandate.

under a/the mandate

They ruled the country under a United Nations mandate.

with a/the mandate

The party was elected with a mandate to reduce the size of government.

without a mandate

They accused him of acting without a mandate.

mandate for

She has received a clear mandate for educational reform.

mandate from

a mandate from the United Nations to govern the territory

PHRASES
an extension of a mandate, a renewal of a mandate
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verb
Mandate is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑congress, ↑law, ↑regulation

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  • mandate — man·date 1 / man ˌdāt/ n [Latin mandatum, from neuter of mandatus, past participle of mandare to entrust, enjoin, probably irregularly from manus hand + dere to put] 1 a: a formal communication from a reviewing court notifying the court below of… …   Law dictionary

  • Mandate — can refer to: Mandate (international law), an obligation handed down by an inter governmental body Mandate (criminal law), an official or authoritative command; an order or injunction Mandate (politics), the power granted by an electorate… …   Wikipedia

  • Mandate — Beschreibung Schwules Magazin Verlag Mavety Media Group Erstausgabe April 1975 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • mandate — n 1 dictate, *command, order, injunction, bidding, behest Analogous words: charging or charge, direction, instruction (see corresponding verbs at COMMAND): sanctioning or sanction, endorsement, approval (see corresponding verbs at APPROVE) 2… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • mandate — [man′dāt΄] n. [L mandatum, neut. pp. of mandare, lit., to put into one s hand, command, entrust < manus, a hand + pp. of dare, to give: see MANUAL & DATE1] 1. an authoritative order or command, esp. a written one 2. Historical a) a commission… …   English World dictionary

  • Mandate — Man date, n. [L. mandatum, fr. mandare to commit to one s charge, order, orig., to put into one s hand; manus hand + dare to give: cf. F. mandat. See {Manual}, {Date} a time, and cf. {Commend}, {Maundy Thursday}.] 1. An official or authoritative… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mandate — Mandāte, franz. Papiergeld, s. Assignaten …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • mandaté — mandaté, ée (man da té, tée) adj. Terme de finances. Porté sur un mandat. Somme mandatée …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • mandate — [n] authority, order authorization, behest, bidding, blank check*, carte blanche*, charge, command, commission, decree, dictate, directive, edict, fiat, go ahead*, green light*, imperative, injunction, instruction, okay*, precept, sanction,… …   New thesaurus

  • mandate — ► NOUN 1) an official order or authorization. 2) the authority to carry out a policy, regarded as given by the electorate to a party or candidate that wins an election. 3) historical a commission from the League of Nations to a member state to… …   English terms dictionary

  • mandate — The formal appointment to advise on or arrange a project financing. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. mandate man‧date 1 [ˈmændeɪt] noun [countable] 1. LAW the right and the power to do something that is given to a government or elected… …   Financial and business terms

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