Word: law

Category: law

Law & Government, Jobs & Education, Arts & Entertainment

Related words: law

law school, law and order, law enforcement, family law, common law, criminal law, case law, mother in law, law library, michigan law, lexington law, martial law, brother in law, son in law, family law attorney, sharia law, law of cosines, law of thermodynamics, rate law

Synonyms: law

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: law

spanish
derecho, ley


german
gesetz, rechtswissenschaft, recht, polizei, jura

french
police, règlement, instruction, juridique, ordonnance, ...

italian
diritto, legge

portuguese
loureiro, polícia, jurisprudência, lei

dutch
wet, recht, jurisprudentie, politie

russian
полиция, юриспруденция, отсрочка, правило, закон, ...

norwegian
rett

swedish
juridik, lag

finnish
poliisi, oikeustiede, lakitiede, juridiikka, laki, ...

danish
lov, ret

czech
předpis, zákon, právo, právní, řád, ...

polish
praworządność, prawo, ustawa, legislacja, przepis, ...

turkish
hukuk, kanun, yasa, zabıta, adalet

greek
νόμος

ukrainian
щедрість

albanian
ligj, kanun, policia

bulgarian
юриспруденция, полиция, закон

estonian
seadus, õigus

croatian
zakon, zakonom, pravo, zakona

latin
lex

lithuanian
dėsnis, įstatymas, policija

latvian
likums, policija

macedonian
законот, јуриспруденција

romanian
lege, poliţie

slovenian
zákon, právo, zakon

slovak
zákon, právo

Popularity stats: law

Most searched by regions

District of Columbia, New York, Florida, California, Massachusetts

Most searched by cities

Washington, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago

The meaning and "use of": law

noun
  • the system of rules that a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and may enforce by the imposition of penalties.
  • a statement of fact, deduced from observation, to the effect that a particular natural or scientific phenomenon always occurs if certain conditions are present.
  • the body of divine commandments as expressed in the Bible or other religious texts.

Random words