Sinónimos de rule en inglés:

rule


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nombre

1‘you should follow any health and safety rules which apply to your workplace’

SINÓNIMOS
regulation, ruling, directive, order, court order, act, law, by-law, statute, edict, canon, ordinance, pronouncement, mandate, command, dictate, dictum, decree, fiat, proclamation, injunction, commandment, prescription, stipulation, requirement, precept, guideline, direction
ukase
pronunciamento

2‘the general rule is that problems are referred upwards through the organization’

SINÓNIMOS
procedure, practice, protocol, convention, standard, norm, form, routine, custom, habit, wont
formal praxis

3‘moderation in all things—that's the golden rule’

SINÓNIMOS
precept, principle, standard, axiom, truth, truism, maxim, aphorism

4‘Punjab came under British rule in 1849’

SINÓNIMOS
control, jurisdiction, command, power, sway, dominion, government, administration, sovereignty, leadership, ascendancy, supremacy, authority, direction, mastery, hegemony, regime, influence
Indio raj
arcaico regiment

verbo

1‘El Salvador was ruled by Spain until 1821’

SINÓNIMOS
govern, preside over, control, have control of, be in control of, lead, be the leader of, dominate, run, head, direct, administer, manage, regulate
literario sway

2‘Mary ruled for only six years’

SINÓNIMOS
be in power, be in control, hold sway, be in authority, be in command, be in charge, govern, be at the helm
reign, sit on the throne, wear the crown, wield the sceptre, be monarch, be sovereign

3‘a High Court judge ruled that the children should be sent back to their father’

SINÓNIMOS
decree, order, direct, pronounce, make a judgement, judge, adjudge, adjudicate, lay down, ordain
decide, find, determine, resolve, settle, establish, hold
marginal asseverate

4‘up in the shanty towns, subversion ruled’

SINÓNIMOS
prevail, obtain, be the order of the day, predominate, hold sway, be supreme

Frases

    as a rule


    SINÓNIMOS
    usually, generally, in general, normally, ordinarily, customarily, almost always, for the most part, on the whole, by and large, in the main, mainly, mostly, more often than not, commonly, typically, on average, in most cases
    rule something out


    SINÓNIMOS
    exclude, eliminate, reject, dismiss, disregard
    preclude, prohibit, prevent, obviate, disallow