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VERB 口授;口述;使听写 If you dictate something, you say or read it aloud for someone else to write down.
Sheldon writes every day of the week, dictating his novels in the morning...
谢尔登一周 7 天都要写作，每天早上口述小说让别人记录。
Everything he dictated was signed and sent out the same day.
VERB 命令;发号施令;强行规定 If someone dictates to someone else, they tell them what they should do or can do.
He had warned the West against trying to dictate to the Soviet Union...
What right has one country to dictate the environmental standards of another?...
VERB 决定;支配;影响 If one thing dictates another, the first thing causes or influences the second thing.
The film's budget dictated a tough schedule...
The way in which they dress is dictated by very rigid fashion rules...
VERB （理智或常识）认为，告诉 You say that reason or common sense dictates that a particular thing is the case when you believe strongly that it is the case and that reason or common sense will cause other people to agree.
Commonsense now dictates that it would be wise to sell a few shares.
N-COUNT 命令;指令 A dictate is an order which you have to obey.
Their job is to ensure that the dictates of the Party are followed.
N-COUNT 原则;规则;准则 Dictates are principles or rules which you consider to be extremely important.
We have followed the dictates of our consciences and have done our duty.