Meaning of REGULATION in English

REGULATION

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

enforce a rule/regulation

The rules are strictly enforced.

maze of rules/regulations etc

a maze of new laws

relax rules/regulations/controls

Hughes believes that immigration controls should not be relaxed.

rules and regulations

The government keeps introducing more and more rules and regulations.

safety regulations (= rules designed to make something safe )

She was sold an electric fire that broke all the safety regulations.

strict rules/regulations/guidelines

There are strict rules and regulations regarding conduct.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

environmental

These orders, valid into the next century, carried few conditions when granted and would not meet current environmental regulations .

They are historic issues that developed at a time when environmental regulations did not exist.

For most industries, costs attributable to environmental regulations rarely exceed about 1.5 % of the total.

But whatever the actual cost of environmental regulation may be, it is large and commands attention.

Above all, the water companies may pass on to their customers any new costs caused by changes in environmental regulations .

The space agency and its contractor switched supplies to comply with environmental regulations .

The deregulatory approach under Gats also threatens universal access to public services, workers' rights, environmental regulations and public health.

federal

The Emissions Trading Policy marks a new chapter in flexibility in administrating federal regulations .

Now our elected representatives are learning firsthand how petty and obnoxious federal regulation can be.

Under the federal regulations , five thousand cattle were to be bought in the whole state of Wyoming.

Then they turn around and holler against federal regulation in the marketplace.

Under federal deposit insurance regulations , Rapaport agreed to guarantee that the thrift met federal net worth requirements.

The administration and enforcement of federal laws and regulations necessarily are largely in the hands of staff and civil service employees.

The federal regulations said the Soil Conservation man had to approve the damsite.

Under the proposed federal regulation , Texas could not give beneficiaries more than two years to find a job.

international

It could be described as the Fordist method of international political regulation .

Any effective international regulation of nuclear weapons is bound to entail troublesome incursions challenging prerogatives of national sovereignty.

This process involved the establishment of international laws and regulations covering prices, currency dealings and banking systems.

But the lack of international regulations is derided by many practitioners.

The second influence has been the expansion of international regulation into areas which were previously not regarded as within international competence.

An international agency could monitor compliance with international arms regulations , such as those banning the military use of chemicals and bacteria.

That the free market fails to do this and international regulations on corporations are necessary.

The best way in which to get agreement on those matters is through international agreement and international regulation .

statutory

At present, the use of such systems is not covered by any statutory regulations .

They jointly chose to ignore their employer's orders and statutory safety regulations , by testing detonators without taking shelter.

But it is governed in some detail by statutory requirements, and so is undeniably a system of statutory regulation .

We know of no statutory regulations or taxpayer's rights.

Such an offence might range from a minor breach of a statutory regulation to a major crime.

Aims were defined, certain statutory regulations laid down and five officers elected for the first three-year term.

It is clear then, that there are flaws in relying upon solely statutory regulation or self-regulation to regulate insider abuse.

The business of pawnbrokers, which consists in lending money upon pledges of goods, is the subject of special statutory regulation .

strict

Fears about geriatric jets falling apart or out of the skies and stricter noise regulations force airlines to order replacements.

He laid down a long series of strict rules and regulations regarding conduct.

He says we have strict rules and regulations and the flying safety committee make sure they're administered.

In response to heavy recreational use, the Forest Service issued strict new regulations a year ago.

It has been forced to reveal itself due to strict new regulations for healthier office environments and appears quite harmless!

This would be subject to strict regulation and only banks would have access to deposit insurance.

Do not be misled by thinking that this is either because of strict conformity or regulations laid down.

Existing Trees To comply with strict building regulations , a discreet garden shed was required.

stringent

Until recently company law, with its relative freedom from stringent regulations , reflected this national belief.

The regulations of the states may be more stringent than federal regulations.

The state has some of the most stringent air quality regulations in the world.

Edward Heath's Conservative government adopted stringent regulations to restrict increases in wages.

In the latter year more stringent regulations reduced the flow, but has not ended it.

Some conversions that were done a long time ago would not pass today's stringent building regulations .

■ NOUN

government

Here the tribunal is the decision-making instrument chosen by government for the implementation of some scheme of government regulation .

Many reasons have been advanced to justify government regulation each time a new medium has come along.

The price of competitive development was overbuilding, which in other countries had been controlled by government regulation .

Microeconomic systems of government regulations have to be harmonized.

Dertouzos called for government regulation to prevent the linking of databases containing personal information without certain safeguards.

Perhaps they will excel at struggling through the maze of government regulations and prosper in the concrete and paper jungles of commerce.

And he warned that if companies failed to address corporate accountability the market regulation it proposed could be replaced by Government regulation.

This can result from government regulation or from other natural barriers.

planning

Cherwell Council is now trying to close the kennels under planning regulations .

Businessman John Foy and his wife Sally have been told the Pounds 250,000 house must go because it flouts planning regulations .

Businesses operate within such a framework; they must observe planning regulations and comply with employment legislation.

But the council says it's breaking planning regulations .

Tewkesbury Borough Council says it has a duty to uphold planning regulations .

Externally, walls can be of rendering, timber, brick, tile hung or stone - according to taste and planning regulations .

safety

They jointly chose to ignore their employer's orders and statutory safety regulations , by testing detonators without taking shelter.

Under safety regulations , no jockey was allowed to ride in a race within one week of being concussed.

Sandhogs are murdered, both directly and because safety regulations have been abandoned in the tunnel.

Economists have long been calling for safety regulations to be subject to cost-benefit analysis.

Most of those surveyed also said gun manufacturers should be subjected to consumer safety regulations .

Thus they will displace those firms that finance the social security systems, and will undermine established safety regulations .

In the developed world we need to crack down hard on workplaces that break health and safety regulations .

state

The proposed legislation appeared to mark a stronger move towards direct state regulation of sexuality.

Jody is not interested in hearing about loyalty or state regulations .

Unseemly, internecine brawls, however, will be more likely to result in some form of state regulation .

Objective: higher profits from minimal state regulation of the production and sale of drugs, except for regulation of quality.

Political pressure for these latter proposals came from the police themselves, who now formed a strong lobby for increased state regulation .

Accordingly, Congress simply lacks power under the Commerce Clause to displace state regulation of this kind.

Instead, agencies find they must tread a tricky path between the competing claims of state regulation and free enterprise.

And new state regulations restrict some of the most odious insurance practices.

■ VERB

enforce

There were difficulties enforcing regulations at the Colombo slaughterhouse.

It is even harder to enforce the regulations .

The Government hopes it will help councils enforce hygiene regulations .

They contend that the commissioner is required by law to enforce the anti-redlining regulation , regardless of personal preference.

Shell argues that rather than introducing new requirements of dubious value, governments should enforce existing regulations to force sub-standard ships out of business.

It should have enforced its post-1986 regulations more effectively.

Every precaution will be taken to enforce regulations , traceability and labelling.

The work of regulatory agencies was also undermined by budget cuts and a concerted unwillingness to enforce existing regulations .

impose

A requirement imposed by regulations shall not apply to any follower of the Sikh religion while he is wearing a turban.

The bureaucrats imposed rules and regulations on big business.

introduce

By last year the crisis had reached such proportions that Southern California introduced radical new regulations to control air pollution.

We make no apology for introducing regulations designed to ensure a fair, healthy and secure society.

Already, in the past year, Lloyds has introduced regulations requiring actuarial certification in certain specific circumstances.

Governments should not interfere by introducing a host of regulations , investigatory bodies, or state-run enterprises.

Greenways will introduce revolutionary new traffic regulations , setting out what can be done, as opposed to what is prohibited.

The government has just introduced new regulations about the tread on car tyres.

Legislation will be introduced to reinforce the regulation of privatised utilities.

relax

The turbo itself muffles the bike's noise enough to make it road-legal under relaxed U.S. noise regulations .

require

Greater competition would require less regulation , but that will have to wait until after the election.

This principle alone required institutional arrangements, regulation and supervision.

And Britain, though liberal, accepts that markets require regulation .

That clearly requires regulations that are different from censorship.

Externalities requiring the regulation of safety and noise can be treated separately from competition policy.

What is sometimes not appreciated is that privatisation of provision and finance requires extra regulation .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

All cars sold in Germany must conform to the regulations laid down by the Federal Road Safety Board.

Anyone who takes milk from an unhealthy cow will be contravening public health regulations.

Safety regulations affecting dangerous fluids must be scrupulously observed.

Some reforms have been made in the regulation of childcare.

The building regulations are very strict about the materials you can use.

Under the new regulations, coach drivers must take a break every four hours.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But now that governments are reducing the regulations that alliances circumvented, the alliances are being undermined.

I was doing a senior thesis in college on cable television economic law and all the regulations related thereto.

Instead, they said businesses would be allowed to take regulators to court if they found regulations too onerous.

Most are offshore financial centres also targeted by international watchdogs for loose banking regulation and harmful tax practices.

Obviously the effectiveness of these proposals depends on how the government chooses to enforce the regulations.

Paradoxically, third parties dealing with an international organisation may feel secure despite the lack of legal regulation .

The aggregate amount paid out under these schemes may be limited to an amount specified in the regulations.

Under the new regulations, local representatives with power to enforce presidential and parliamentary decrees would be appointed.

II. adjective

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a regulation nine-hole golf course

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