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mandate

US [ˈmænˌdeɪt]
UK [mænˈdeɪt]
  • v.授权;强制执行;委托办理
  • n.(政府或组织等经选举而获得的)授权;(政府的)任期;委托书;授权令
  • Web命令;委任;要求
Plural Form:mandates  Present Participle:mandating  Past Tense:mandated  
mandate
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n.
1.
(政府或组织等经选举而获得的)授权the authority to do sth, given to a government or other organization by the people who vote for it in an election
The election victory gave the party a clear mandate to continue its programme of reform.
选举获胜使得这个政党拥有了明确的继续推行改革的权力。
a mandate for an end to the civil war
停止内战的权力
2.
(政府的)任期the period of time for which a government is given power
The presidential mandate is limited to two terms of four years each.
总统的任期不得超过两届,每届四年。
3.
~ (to do sth)
委托书;授权令an official order given to sb to perform a particular task
The bank had no mandate to honour the cheque.
银行没有得到指令来承兑这张支票。
4.
(尤指旧时授予某国对别国或地区的)委任统治权the power given to a country to govern another country or region, especially in the past
v.
1.
~ that….~ sb (to do sth)
强制执行;委托办理to order sb to behave, do sth or vote in a particular way
The law mandates that imported goods be identified as such.
法律规定进口货物必须如实标明。
2.
~ sb/sth to do sth
授权to give sb, especially a government or a committee, the authority to do sth
The assembly was mandated to draft a constitution.
大会获授权起草一份章程。

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