I verb adjure, authorize, bid, call for, call upon, charge, compel, constrain, decree, demand, direct, direct imperatively, enact, exact, exercise authority, force, give directions, give orders, govern, have control, hominem iubere facere, homini imperare, homini praecipere ut faciat, imminere, impose, instruct, issue a command, issue a decree, issue an order, lead, mandate, ordain, order, order with authority, prescribe, proclaim, promulgate an order, require, rule, state authoritatively, take charge, take the lead foreign phrases:
- In maleficio, ratihabitio mandato comparator. — In tort, a ratification is regarded as a command.
- Qui mandat ipse fecisse videtur. — He who gives an order is held to be the doer
- Ratihabitio mandato aequiparatur. — Ratification is equivalent to an express command.
- Remissius imperanti melius paretur. — He who commands more gently is better obeyed
II index agency (commission), agency (legal relationship), call (demand), canon, claim (legal demand), coerce, coercion, compel, conduct, constrain (compel), control (supervision), control (regulate), decree (noun), decree (verb), demand (noun), demand (verb), detail (assign), dictate (noun), dictate (verb), direct (order), direct (supervise), direction (order), directive, discipline (control), dominate, dominion (supreme authority), edict, efficiency, enact, enjoin, exhort, fiat, force (compulsion), force (strength), force (coerce), generalship, govern, government (administration), handle (manage), hegemony, hold (possess), impose (enforce), influence, injunction, insist, instruct (direct), instruction (direction), jurisdiction, knowledge (learning), law, manage, management (directorate), management (supervision), mandamus, mandate, manipulate (utilize skillfully), mittimus, moderate (preside over), monition (legal summons), motivate, occupation (possession), occupy (take possession), officiate, operate, order (judicial directive), order, ordinance, overcome (surmount), overlook (superintend), oversee, own, possess, power, precept, predominance, predominate (command), prescribe, prescription (directive), preside, press (constrain), pressure, prevail (triumph), primacy, process (summons), regime, regulation (rule), request, require (compel), requirement, rule (legal dictate), rule (govern), ruling, skill, subjugate, subpoena, summon, superintend, supervision, supremacy, surmount, takeover, wield, will (desire), writ

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