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Law, Jude /dʒuːd/
law /lɔː $ lɒː/ noun

علم حقوق ، شریعت ، داتا ، بربست ، حق ، حقوق ، قاعده ، قانون مدنی ، تعقیب قانونی کردن ، علوم مهندسی: قانون ، قانون ـ فقه: قانون ، عدالت ، روانشناسی: قانون ، نجوم: قانون ، بازرگانی: قانون
کامپیوتر: قانون

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- constitution, charter, code
- rule, act, command, commandment, decree, edict, order, ordinance, regulation, statute
- principle, axiom, canon, precept
Antonyms: chance
Related Words: command, dictate, mandate, exigency, necessity
English Thesaurus: rule, law, regulation, restriction, guidelines, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Law, Jude /dʒuːd/
(1972–) a British film, theatre, and television actor whose films include The Talented Mr Ripley (1999), Cold Mountain (2003), and Breaking & Entering (2006).

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

law S1 W1 /lɔː $ lɒː/ noun
[Word Family: noun: law, lawyer, outlaw, lawfulness, lawlessness; verb: outlaw; adverb: lawfullyunlawfully; adjective: lawfulunlawful]
[Language: Old English; Origin: lagu]

1. SYSTEM OF RULES [uncountable] (also the law) the whole system of rules that people in a particular country or area must obey:
Elected officials ought to obey the law.
by law
By law, seat belts must be worn by all passengers.
under English/international etc law
This is illegal under English law.

2. A RULE [countable] a rule that people in a particular country or area must obey:
laws passed by Parliament
under a law
Five people arrested under anti-terrorism laws were released without charge.
law on
European laws on equal opportunities
law against
The laws against drug use were very strict.

3. law and order a situation in which people respect the law, and crime is controlled by the police, the prison system etc:
We are concerned about the breakdown of law and order in the country.

4. POLICE the law the police:
I think she may be in trouble with the law.

5. WHAT ALWAYS HAPPENS [countable] something that always happens in nature or society, or a statement that describes this
law of
the law of supply and demand
the laws of nature
the law of gravity

6. STUDY/PROFESSION [uncountable] (also the law) law as a subject of study, or the profession of being a lawyer:
She’s studying law in London.

7. SPORT/ACTIVITY [countable] one of the rules which controls a sport or activity:
the laws of football

8. the law of the jungle
a) the idea that people should only look after themselves and not care about other people if they want to succeed
b) the principle that only the strongest creatures will stay alive

9. the law of averages the probability that one result will happen as often as another if you try something often enough:
The law of averages says we’ll win at least once.

10. be a law unto himself/herself etc to behave in an independent way and not worry about the usual rules of behaviour or what other people do or think:
Boys his age are a law unto themselves.

11. take the law into your own hands to do something illegal in order to put right something that you think is not fair, for example by violently punishing someone instead of telling the police:
vigilantes who take the law into their own hands

12. go to law to go to court in order to settle a problem:
the right of consumers to go to law if they need to

13. be above the law someone who is above the law does not have to obey the law:
Many ministers seem to regard themselves as being above the law.

14. there’s no law against something spoken used to tell someone who is criticizing you that you are not doing anything wrong

15. there ought to be a law against something spoken used to say that you do not think something should be accepted or allowed:
There ought to be a law against cutting off power supplies in the middle of February.

16. sb’s word is law used to say that someone is always obeyed without argument
Sod’s law, ⇒ lay down the law at LAY DOWN(3), ⇒ unwritten law at unwritten

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. official rule/rules
ADJ. administrative, case, civil, common, constitutional, contract, criminal, international, statute, etc. (see also martial law)
VERB + LAW become Parliament voted for the bill to become law.
enforce, uphold It's the job of the police to enforce the law.
obey, observe | break, flout, violate | adopt, enact, pass | annul, repeal | interpret Judges interpret this law in different ways.
LAW + VERB allow sth, forbid sth, prohibit sth The law forbids gambling of any kind.
permit sth | require sth The wearing of a crash helmet is required by law.
govern sth the law governing school attendance
LAW + NOUN court | enforcement
PREP. above the ~ No one is above the law.
against the ~ What you did was clearly against the law.
by ~ By law, you are obliged to install smoke alarms in the factory.
within the ~ The company is operating entirely within the law.
~ against a local law against keeping horses
~ concerning the law concerning industrial action ballots
~ on A law on hunting will cause a lot of disagreements.
~ relating to the law relating to the sale of goods
PHRASES as the law stands As the law stands, you can get married while still too young to have a driving licence.
law and order Martial law was imposed to prevent the breakdown of law and order.
the letter of the law In spite of the difficulties it would cause her family, the judge stuck to the letter of the law and jailed her.
take the law into your own hands When police failed to arrest the suspect, local people took the law into their own hands and beat him up.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. subject of study/profession
VERB + LAW practise
LAW + NOUN firm
 ⇒ Note at SUBJECT (for more verbs and nouns)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


obey the law
Citizens have a duty to obey the law.
break the law (=do something illegal)
Is the company breaking the law?
pass a law
New Jersey passed a law requiring helmets for scooter riders.
become law (=officially be made a law)
For a bill to become law, it must be approved by both Houses of Parliament.
make laws
Part of the function of Parliament is to make laws.
introduce a law
In 1989, a new law was introduced to protect the Polish language.
enforce a law (=make people obey a law)
It is the job of the police to enforce the law.
flout a law (=deliberately disobey a law)
Employers who flout the law should be properly punished.
repeal a law (=officially end a law)
Many people want the law to be repealed.
a law prohibits something (=says that it is not allowed)
The law prohibits possession of these animals.
something is against the law (=it is illegal)
The children knew that shoplifting was against the law.
stay/act within the law (=not do illegal things)
The security forces must act within the law.
the country’s strict anti-tobacco laws
tax/copyright/divorce etc law(s)
an accountant who knows about tax law
criminal law (=laws concerning crimes)
Criminal law contains definitions of such crimes as murder, rape, and robbery.
civil law (=laws concerning disagreements between people, rather than crimes)
The punishment for breaking civil law is usually a fine.
international law (=laws that all countries agree to obey)
Under international law, the countries must respect the treaty.
English/German etc law
This is not an offence under English law.
federal law (=the law of the US, not a particular state)
Under federal law, it is illegal to discriminate against employees because of race or sex.
state law (=the law in a US state)
Under state law it was illegal for any public official to receive gifts worth more than $100.
common law (=laws that have come from customs and the decisions of judges)
In common law, if a house is rented out, it is expected that the house is safe to live in.
case law (=law based on previous court cases)
There is little case law covering this issue.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: lay down the law , parliamentary law , take the law into one's own hands

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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