regulation
[rɛɡjʊˈleɪʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
regulations (plural noun)
  1. a rule or directive made and maintained by an authority.
    "planning regulations"
  2. the action or process of regulating or being regulated.
    "the regulation of financial markets"
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How to use regulation in a sentence?
there was, in toto, an increase in legal regulation and public surveillance.
the convention is a UN body responsible for the regulation of sea dumping.
he made the point that economic regulation involves controls on pricing.
one of the reasons for wage inflexibility is labour market regulation.
economists resort too quickly to the blunderbuss of regulation.
some regulation is still required to promote competition.
the regulation imposes censorship on all media.
the regulation will be effective from January.
efforts to lighten the burden of regulation.
the regulation of financial markets.
a regulation Western parody.
regulation army footwear.
planning regulations.
How to say regulation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)regulasie
Arabic (NOUN)التنظيم, تنظيم, اللائحة, لائحة, اللوائح, البند, الأنظمة, القاعدة
Bangla বিধি
Bosnian (Latin) regulacija
Bulgarian (NOUN)регламент, регулиране, правило
Cantonese (Traditional) 調節
Catalan (NOUN)Reglament, regulació, normativa
Chinese Simplified 调节
Chinese Traditional 調節
Croatian (NOUN)Uredbe, regulacija, propis, pravilnik, uređenje
Czech (NOUN)nařízení, regulace, předpisu, právní úpravy
Danish (NOUN)forordning, regulering, lovgivning, regel
Dutch (NOUN)verordening, regelgeving, regulering, Reglement, voorschrift
Estonian (NOUN)määruse, reguleerimine, tunnistatakse määrus, õigusloome
Fijian balavu
Filipino regulasyon
Finnish (NOUN)asetuksen, sääntely, säännön
French (NOUN)règlement, régulation
German (NOUN)Verordnung, Regulierung, Regelung, Rechtsetzung, Vorschriften, Bestimmungen
Greek (NOUN)κανονισμού, παρόντα κανονισμό, Ο παρών κανονισμός, ρύθμιση, νομοθεσίας
Haitian Creole regilasyon
Hebrew (NOUN)רגולציה, תקנה, ורגולציה, ויסות
Hindi (NOUN)विनियमन, नियमन, विनियम
Hmong Daw kev cai
Hungarian (NOUN)rendelet, szabályozás
Icelandic (NOUN)reglugerð
Indonesian (NOUN)peraturan, regulasi, pengaturan
Italian (NOUN)regolamento, normativa
Japanese (NOUN)規制, 規則, 調節, レギュレーション, 規定, 正規
Kiswahili (NOUN)udhibiti, kanuni
Korean (NOUN)규제, 규정, 레귤레이션, 규칙, 규제가, 정식
Latvian (NOUN)Regulu, noteikumi
Lithuanian (NOUN)reglamento, padarytais Reglamentu, reguliavimas
Malagasy fitantanana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)peraturan, pengawalseliaan
Maltese (NOUN)Regolament
Norwegian Bokmål regulering
Persian (NOUN)مقررات, تنظيم
Polish (NOUN)rozporządzenia, regulacji
Portuguese (NOUN)regulamento
Querétaro Otomi Nt'ot'e
Romanian (NOUN)regulament, reglementare
Russian (NOUN)регулирования, правилам, настоящих Правил, постановление, положение, распоряжение, нормы
Samoan faatonutonuga
Serbian (Cyrillic) регулација
Serbian (Latin) regulacija
Slovak (NOUN)nariadenia, regulácia, predpis, pravidlách
Slovenian (NOUN)uredbe, ureditev, regulacijo, predpisi
Spanish (NOUN)regulación, reglamento, normativa
Swedish (NOUN)förordning, reglering, föreskrifter, lagstiftning, regel
Tahitian faatano iana
Tamil கட்டுப்பாடு
Telugu నియంత్రణ
Thai (NOUN)ระเบียบ
Tongan Fakama'opo'opo
Turkish (NOUN)yönetmelik, regülasyonu, düzenleme, tüzük, tüzüğü, nizami, mevzuat
Ukrainian (NOUN)регулювання, положення, регламент, правил
Urdu (NOUN)ضابطہ
Vietnamese (NOUN)quy định
Welsh (NOUN)rheoliad, reoleiddio
Yucatec Maya Reglamento
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