law

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law englannista suomeksi

  1. juridiikka

  2. laki, sääntö

  3. poliisi, kytät

  1. laki, lainsäädäntö

  2. laki

  3. laki, sääntö

  4. kytät (monikko)

  5. Substantiivi

  6. Verbi

law englanniksi

  1. The body of binding rules and regulations, customs{{, and standards established in a community by its legislative and judicial authorities.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)|chapter=22

  4. The body of such rules that pertain to a particular topic.

  5. law|Common law, as contrasted with equity.

  6. A binding regulation or custom established in a community in this way.

  7. (RQ:Birmingham Gossamer). My servant is, so far as I am concerned, welcome to as many votes as he can get.(..)I do not suppose that it matters much in reality whether laws are made by dukes or cornerboys, but I like, as far as possible, to associate with gentlemen in private life.

  8. (n-g)

  9. Any rule that must or should be obeyed, concerning behaviours and their consequences. (q).

  10. A rule or principle regarding the construction of language or art.

  11. {{quote-book|en|year=1997|author=Derek Prince|title=If you Want God's Best|ISBN=1603747540

  12. A statement (in physics, etc) of an (observed, established) order or sequence or relationship of phenomena which is invariable under certain conditions. (q).

  13. 1992 March 2, Richard Preston, ''New Yorker|The New Yorker'', "The Mountains of Pi":

  14. Observing pi is easier than studying physical phenomena, because you can prove things in mathematics, whereas you can’t prove anything in physics. And, unfortunately, the laws of physics change once every generation.
  15. A statement (of relation) that is true under specified conditions; a mathematical or logical rule.

  16. Any statement of the relation of acts and conditions to their consequences.

  17. One of the official rules of cricket as codified by the its (former) governing body, the MCC.

  18. The control and order brought about by the observance of such rules.

  19. A person or group that act(s) with authority to uphold such rules and order (for example, one or more police officers).

  20. The profession that deals with such rules (as lawyers, judges, police officers, etc).

  21. Jurisprudence, the field of knowledge which encompasses these rules.

  22. Litigation, legal action (as a means of maintaining or restoring order, redressing wrongs, etc).

  23. An allowance of distance or time (a start) given to a weaker (human or animal) competitor in a race, to make the race more fair.

  24. (quote-book)

  25. One of two metaphysical forces ruling the world in some fantasy settings, also called (m), and opposed to chaos.

  26. An oath sworn before a court, especially disclaiming a debt. (q)", "(m)", "(m)", "(m)".

  27. To work as a lawyer; to practice law.

  28. To prosecute or sue (someone), to litigate.

  29. 1860, George Eliot (Mary Anne Lewes), ''The Mill on the Floss'':

  30. Your husband's ... so given to lawing, they say. I doubt he'll leave you poorly off when he dies.
  31. To rule over (with a certain effect) by law; govern.

  32. {{quote-book|en|year=1939|author=Henry Green Hodges|title=City management: theory and practice of municipal administration

  33. To enforce the law.

  34. To subject to legal restrictions.

  35. A tumulus of stones.

  36. A hill.

  37. An exclamation of mild surprise; lawks.

  38. moon

  39. month

  40. lion (gloss)

  41. (alternative form of)

  42. (l)

  43. rounded hill (gloss)

  44. To be crazy

  45. *(quote-book)

  46. To drive somebody crazy

  47. *{{quote-book|srn|year=2005|title=Nyun-Grontapuvertaling fu den Kresten Griki Buku fu Bijbel|trans-title=New World Translation of the Christian Greek Scriptures|location=Brooklyn, NY|publisher=Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania|section=Acts of the Apostles, chapter 26, verse 24|url=

  48. lion (''Panthera leo'')

  49. (soft mutation of)