1. n
1) правило; устав; норма; право
2) власть; владычество; господство; правление; управление

to abolish rule — ликвидировать господство

to accept rules — одобрять / признавать правила

to achieve majority rule — добиваться правления большинства

to adhere to a rule — придерживаться правила, соблюдать правило

to adopt a rule — принимать правило

to apply rules to smb / smth — применять правила к кому-л. / чему-л.

to be subject to / to be under foreign rule — находиться под иностранным владычеством

to breach / to break a rule — нарушать правило

to bring in a rule — вводить правило

to bring in majority rule — вводить правление большинства

to circumvent a rule — обходить правило

to comply with / to conform to a rule — придерживаться правила, соблюдать правило

to construe a rule — толковать правило

to contravene a rule — противоречить правилу

to determine a rule — определять правило

to draw up rules — разрабатывать правила

to eliminate rule — ликвидировать господство

to emerge from military to civilian rule — переходить от правления военных к гражданскому правительству

to end the rule — покончить с господством

to entrench minority rule — закреплять правление меньшинства

to establish a rule — устанавливать правило

to establish the rule of smb — устанавливать правление кого-л.

to exercise arbitrary rule — править как диктатор

to extend one's rule by another 4 years — продлевать срок своего правления еще на 4 года

to flee smb's rule — бежать из-под чьей-л. власти

to frame rules — вырабатывать / определять / составлять правила

to implement presidential rule — осуществлять президентское правление

to impose / to introduce smb's rule — вводить чье-л. правление

to infringe a rule — нарушать правило

to institute a democratic rule — устанавливать демократическое правление

to interpret a rule — толковать правило

to lay down a rule — устанавливать правило

to lift emergency rule — отменять чрезвычайные полномочия правительства

to live under alien rule — жить под иностранным господством

to maintain rules — поддерживать / соблюдать правила

to note an infringement / a violation of the rules — констатировать нарушение правил

to obey / to observe a rule — придерживаться правила, соблюдать правило

to overthrow / to throw off smb's rule — свергать кого-л.

to put a territory under direct rule from ... — ставить территорию под прямое управление из ...

to put an end to smb's rule — покончить с чьим-л. господством, положить конец чьему-л. господству

to reestablish the rule of law — восстанавливать законность

to remain under smb's rule — оставаться под чьим-л. управлением

to respect the rules of the international law — уважать нормы международного права

to restore civilian rule — восстанавливать гражданское правление

to return to civilian rule — возвращаться к гражданскому правлению

to revert to smb's rule — возвращаться под чье-л. управление

to stick to a rule — придерживаться правила, соблюдать правило

to submit to the rules — подчиняться правилам, придерживаться правил

to suffer from smb's rule — страдать от чьего-л. гнета

to suspend the rules of procedure — приостанавливать действие правил процедуры

to violate a rule — нарушать правило

to waive a rule — не применять правило

to work to rule — работать строго по правилам (вид забастовки)

to work under a unanimity rule — работать при условии единогласия

- abidance by the rules
- advent of smb's rule
- against international rules of behavior
- alien rule
- arbitrary rule
- army rules
- authoritarian rule
- autocratic rule
- bending of rules
- British rule
- central government rule
- civil rule
- civilian rule
- closed rule
- common rule
- constitutional rule
- contractual rules
- direct presidential rule
- direct rule of Northern Ireland from London
- direct rule
- domestic rules
- during smb's rule
- economic rule
- emergency rule
- eunuch rule
- executive rule
- existing rules
- financial rules
- foreign rule
- forms of political rule
- fundamental rules
- gag rule
- gavel rule
- general rule
- generally accepted rules
- generally recognized rules
- genocidal rule
- ground rules
- handover to a civilian rule
- hard-and-fast rule
- home rule
- humanitarian rules
- immigration rules
- imposition of Central Government rule
- in accordance with the rules
- in conformity with the rules
- incompatibility with the rules of behavior
- industrial safety rules
- infringement of the rules of procedure
- international rules
- iron hand rule
- job safety rules
- legal rules
- majority rule
- mandate rule
- manipulation of rules
- military rule
- mob rule
- monopoly rule
- multilateral rules
- no-strike rule
- one-party rule
- one-time rule
- open rule
- operating rules
- over-riding of rules
- parliamentary checks on presidential rule
- party rules
- pertinent rules
- police rule
- political rule
- Ponsonby Rule
- popular democratic rule
- presidential rule
- previous question rule
- procedure rules
- provisional rule
- proxy rule
- repressive rule
- restoration of civilian rule
- return of civilian rule
- revised rules
- Rule of the Court
- rule of foreign capital
- rule of germaneness
- rule of law
- rule of terror
- rule of the gun
- rule of the military
- rule of unanimity of great powers
- rules and customs of war
- rules for international trade
- rules governing smth
- rules inherited from
- rules laid down in smth
- rules of confidentiality
- rules of international law
- rules prescribed by smb
- rules relating to trade
- set rule
- single-party rule
- special rule
- staff rule
- standing rule
- striving for economic rule
- ten minute rule
- terms of the rules of procedure
- totalitarian rule
- trade rules
- transition from military to civilian rule
- treaty rules
- unanimity rule
- under smb's rule
- unit rule
- virtual one-party rule
- voting rules
- white minority rule
- world rule
2. v
1) править, управлять; господствовать
2) постановлять; устанавливать

to rule by decree — управлять с помощью указов

to rule smth as unconstitutional — постановить считать что-л. противоречащим конституции

to rule smth out unequivocally — недвусмысленно исключать что-л.

to rule with an iron fist / rod — править железной рукой

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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