English words and Examples of Usage

use "dictate" in a sentence

She also said the court can’t dictate how officials develop the rules.

The lessons of the past should dictate that no one should be oppressed.

No external authority can dictate what happens within a sovereign state.

Cyber threats?) -- to dictate to small businesses how they should be run.

'I'm not gonna allow other people to dictate to me my time frame, he said.

Enough letting where a woman lives dictate her access to abortion services.

You cannot dictate who will give you permission to influence and who will not.

That is the lesson, let each of us dictate our own path and respect everyone's choice.

Each one has to tell the story of what that fight is, and therefore dictate the style.”

We can't dictate what they do in the wage arena, King told Reuters in an interview."

"Sexuality does not dictate ones ability to play the game of baseball or be a good teammate.

This word 'dictate' is part of neither French vocabulary nor the French proposals."""

Each one has to tell the story of what that fight is, and therefore dictate the style."

Apparently genetic markers and variants help dictate longevity in spite of environmental factors.

Of course I am, these exams will dictate my life, and whether or not I get into university..

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