- make or enact laws；bring about by making or enacting laws
verb: legislate, 3rd person present: legislates, gerund or present participle: legislating, past tense: legislated, past participle: legislated
- 1. make or enact laws they legislated against discrimination in the workplace
- ▪ bring about by making or enacting laws constitutional changes will be legislated
- 2. provide or prepare for (an occurrence) you cannot legislate for bad luck like that
- make or enact laws: he didn't want to name anyone to the Court who would legislate from the bench
Oxford American Dictionary
I think we shall legislate gambling, and make it legal to set up casinos. By doing...
... and revises the draft. But should revise the bill in the course of legislating to review , procrastinate a long time . The main purpose of this research, should just...
...about that. If we do nothing, we will lose them someday. We should legislate against hunting. Besides, every one has to learn how to love...