rule

rule
[ru:l] 1. noun
1) (government: under foreign rule.) vláda
2) (a regulation or order: school rules.) řád; předpis
3) (what usually happens or is done; a general principle: He is an exception to the rule that fat people are usually happy.) pravidlo
4) (a general standard that guides one's actions: I make it a rule never to be late for appointments.) zásada
5) (a marked strip of wood, metal etc for measuring: He measured the windows with a rule.) pravítko, metr
2. verb
1) (to govern: The king ruled (the people) wisely.) vládnout
2) (to decide officially: The judge ruled that the witness should be heard.) rozhodnout
3) (to draw (a straight line): He ruled a line across the page.) narýsovat
- ruler
- ruling
3. noun
(an official decision: The judge gave his ruling.) rozhodnutí, nález
- rule off
- rule out
* * *
• vládnout
• vláda
• pravidlo
• panovat

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