English words and Examples of Usage

use "mandate" in a sentence

Brazil had been one of the countries voting to extend his mandate.

Indio is under a state mandate to cut its water use by 32 percent.

Ferrand may be an opponent of Europe, but he is proud of his mandate.

The prime minister was given a mandate on July 9 to form a government.

The mandate passed, despite resistance from the pro-Kurdish opposition.

These, along with the employer mandate, will be a trial run for the IRS.

"Klaus Stoehlker's mandate from the FIFA President ended on 31 May 2015.

It is a strategic company that has a key mandate to electrify the country.

A clear mandate to cast aside those forces that have been holding us back.

I will fight against the illegitimate interruption of my mandate, she said.

The EU wants to get a UN mandate to use force to stop the people-smugglers.

His mandate was not just to God’s preachers but also to all of God’s people.

And the truth is, he could serve for two more years without a fresh mandate.

He added that the mandate of elected local officials expired three years ago.

It would give them a mandate for the discussions with the government of Canada.

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