- vt.& vi.立法，制定法律; 〈美〉以立法程序创立
- 第三人称单数: legislates;
- 过去式: legislated;
- 过去分词: legislated;
- 现在分词: legislating;
It has been proved necessary to legislate against gambling.
Legislate to control the pour of waster water.
It has been proved necessary to legislate against unequal treatment of women is employment.
Government can't regulate or legislate these away, and shouldn't try to.
Malaysia likely to legislate biofuel use.
It's impossible to legislate for every contingency.
Further more, by legislate, Japan has established the goal to build a recycling orientation society.
Therefore, it is very urgent to legislate for the right of privacy.
Parliament have legislate against the sale of drag or to prevent the sale of drug.
Is it necessary to refer to other modern countries'legal systems to legislate against discrimination?
Should legislate to supplement to recall legal proceedings to the case of public charge.
We cannot legislate how people spend their free time.
Higher medical costs legislate against an improvement in health.
People legislate continually by means of talk.
Governments cannot legislate to make us happy, but many things they do affect our wellbeing.
He doesn't believe that it's the government's place to legislate this issue.
The Australian Parliament retains the full power to legislate over territories and can override their laws.
Parliament this week gave him the power to legislate by decree for 18 months.
In Chinese enterprise register legislate, confront with lacking opposing function, and the proving function is weak.
在我国企业登记效力立法中, 存在着对抗效力缺失, 证明效力薄弱等现象.
We also have government bureaucracies trying to legislate for or against Net Neutrality and spam.
Parliament may legislate on any matter of penal law.
It is not necessary to legislate against gambling.
Heilongjiang is the first province to so legislate.
America's states have already started to legislate to cut emissions.
It is the jobof Parliament to legislate.
The government will legislate against discrimination in the workplace.
You cannot legislate to change attitudes.
But that isn't why the government—under pressure from cancer charities, health workers and the Labour party—has agreed to legislate for standardised packaging.
1. make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation;
"They passed the amendment"
"We cannot legislate how people's spend their free time"