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2 Translation results for rule in Spanish

noun | verb

rule noun

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regla, norma; regla general; gobierno, dominio; regla (para medir)

Example sentences of
rule noun

  • I understand the basic rules of chess.
  • As long as you're living under our roof, you'll follow our rules.
  • The college has strict rules for qualifying for financial assistance.
  • The new rule allows employees to dress casually on Fridays.
  • Under the new rules, casual dress is now allowed.
  • the company's rules and regulations
  • It's important to learn the rules of the road before taking your driving test.
  • It's against the rules to eat during class.
  • He violated the unwritten rule that you must thank your host before you leave a party.
  • If you break the rules, you'll be asked to leave.

Detailed synonyms for rule noun

See: Law

rule verb

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ruled, has ruled, is ruling, rules
gobernar (un país), controlar (las emociones); gobernar, reinar; prevalecer, imperar; decidir, fallar; trazar con una regla

Example sentences of
rule verb

  • The queen ruled for 25 years.
  • A dynasty ruled over this region during the 11th century.
  • Who will be the next leader to rule the country?
  • All of his actions were ruled by his religion.
  • The court ruled in favor of the defendant.
  • The jury ruled against the tobacco companies.
  • How will the court rule on the motion?
  • The Supreme Court ruled the law unconstitutional.
  • The board ruled that her behavior was cheating.

Detailed synonyms for rule verb

See: Decide, Govern

Phrasal verbs for rule

Related phrases for rule

Reverse translation for rule

regla  - rule, regulation, ruler, period, menstruation 
norma  - rule, regulation, norm, standard 
gobierno  - government 
dominio  - dominion, power, mastery, domain, field 
regla  (para medir) - rule, regulation, ruler, period, menstruation 
gobernar  (un país) - to govern, to govern, to rule, to steer, to steer, to sail (a ship) 
controlar  (las emociones) - to control, to monitor, to check 
gobernar  - to govern, to govern, to rule, to steer, to steer, to sail (a ship) 
reinar  - to reign, to prevail 
prevalecer  - to prevail, to triumph 
imperar  - to reign, to rule, to prevail 
decidir  - to decide, to decide, to determine, to persuade, to decide 
fallar  - to miss (a target), to fail, to go wrong, to rule (in a court of law), to pronounce judgment on 
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