What is another word for Regulations?

Pronunciation: [ɹˌɛɡjuːlˈe͡ɪʃənz] (IPA)

Regulations refer to rules and guidelines that are established to ensure compliance with certain laws or standards. There are various synonyms for the term regulations, including: 1. Guidelines: These are rules or instructions that provide direction or advice on how to undertake a particular task or meet a specific requirement. 2. Laws: These are rules set by a governing body that are meant to be observed and followed by all members of a community or society. 3. Rules: These are principles or guidelines that regulate behavior or conduct in a specific area, context, or situation. 4. Directives: These are orders or instructions issued by an authority figure that outline specific actions or behaviors that must be taken or avoided. 5. Requirements: These are standards or criteria that must be met in order to comply with a certain regulation or law.

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Usage examples for Regulations

It is not true that the statute-book is inspired, any more than that the Regulations of a household are divinely given.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus"
G. A. Chadwick
There are, of course, many other things regarding the Regulations of the school which you will gradually come to know.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
It's not a bad life for a mech-if only it weren't for these silly Regulations that keep us apart.
"The Love of Frank Nineteen"
David Carpenter Knight

Famous quotes with Regulations

  • Regulations grow at the same rate as weeds.
    Norman Ralph Augustine
  • It is made the duty of every Commanding Officer in the Department, to arrest and send to these Headquarters, under guard, every officer or soldier who may be found absent from his command, without the regular leave in writing, prescribed by Regulations and General Orders.
    John H. Morgan
  • Lack of regulation is as bad as over-regulation. Although I believe governments should not regulate free market choices, I also believe they should regulate to protect investors against conflict of interests and negligence by investment bankers. Regulations should also ensure full transparency and disclosures and should effectively penalize violators.
    Med Jones
  • ...there is nothing that the most prominent men in the Liberal party more earnestly desire than that labour representation, direct labour representation, shall be as large as possible...It is sometimes said to me, "Oh! but you are against State intervention in matters of great social reform". At this time of the day it would be absurd for any man who has mastered all the Mining Regulations Acts, the Factories Acts, the great mass of regulation which affects trade; it would be absurd for any man to stand on a platform and say he was entirely against State intervention. I, for my part, have never taken that position...My own belief is that in the matters of hours and of wages for adult male labour the interference would be a bad and mischievous thing...that in such matters, for example, as housing of the poor and so forth, the proper machinery through which to carry out these operations is municipal and not Parliamentary.
    John Morley
  • My wife Ticky is an anarchist-individualist"If you can show me," Ticky answered with simple dignity, "where it says one word in the Navy Uniform Regulations on the subject of hair ribbons, I'll take it off. Otherwise not." See what I mean? She doesn't have the right attitude.
    Robert A. Heinlein

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