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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: Mandate(0.01103 detik)
Found 4 items, similar to Mandate.
English → Indonesian (Kamus Landak)
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English → English (WordNet)
n 1: a document giving an official instruction or command [syn: authorization,
2: a territory surrendered by Turkey or Germany after World War
I and put under the tutelage of some other European power
until they ar able to stand by themselves [syn: mandatory]
3: the commission that is given to a government and its
policies through an electoral victory
v 1: assign under a mandate; “mandate a colony”
2: make mandatory; “the new director of the schoolbaord
mandated regular tests”
3: assign authority to
English → English (gcide)
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 command, order, or
authorization from a superior official to a subordinate;
an order or injunction; a commission; a judicial precept.
This dream all-powerful Juno; I bear
Her mighty mandates, and her words you hear.
2. Hence: (Politics) An authorization to carry out a specific
public policy, given by the electorate to their
representatives; -- it is considered to be implied by the
election of a candidate by a significant margin after that
candidate has campaigned with that policy as a prominent
element of the campaign platform.
3. Hence: Authorization by a multinational body to a nation
to administer the government and affairs of a territory,
usually a former colony; as, termination of the British
mandate in Palestine.
4. (Canon Law) A rescript of the pope, commanding an ordinary
collator to put the person therein named in possession of
the first vacant benefice in his collation.
5. (Scots Law) A contract by which one employs another to
manage any business for him. By the Roman law, it must
have been gratuitous. --Erskine.