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rule [ ru:l] n.统治;规定;习惯

rule [ ru:l] n.裁决,裁定

as a rule 通常,一般(说来)

as a rule 通常;一般说来

as a rule 规章,规则,通常,照例

as a rule

rule [ru:l] n. 规则,规定 vt. 统治,支配

rule [ru:l] n.规则,法则,尺

法治国家 a country under the rule of law

BER Basic Encoding Rules 基本编码规则

as a rule 通常来说

See reverse for full rules and condition 详细规则条款看背页。

rules-of-thumb techniques 经验法

as a rule 通常,照例

12-day rule

basic rule [Housing Loan Scheme]

DBR [double benefits rule]

double benefits rule [DBR]

Committee on Rules of Procedure [Provisional Legislative Council] 议事规则委员会〔临时立法会〕

Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal Rules [Cap. 484] 《香港终审法院规例》〔第484章〕

""Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong with a high degree of autonomy"" “港人治港,高度自治”

House Rules [Provisional Legislative Council] 内务守则〔临时立法会〕

Legislative Council (Election Petition) Rules [134 of 1997] 《立法会(选举呈请)规例》〔1997年第134号〕

margin rule 相差幅度规定

Model Rules for Mutual Aid Committees 《互委会规则模板》

rule by consensus 以大多数意见为依归

rule of collective responsibility 集体负责规则

rule of confidentiality 保密规则

rule of law 法治

rules of court 法院规则

Rules of Debate [Provisional Legislative Council] 辩论规则〔临时立法会〕

Rules of Order [Provisional Legislative Council] 会议规程〔临时立法会〕

Rules of Procedure of the Provisional Legislative Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region [formerly known as Standing Orders of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong] 《香港特别行政区临时立法会议事规则》〔前称《香港立法局会议常规》〕

"Rules of the High Court, the" 《高等法院规则》

Meanwhile, the numbers of people, who have access to their own cars, have risen sharply in the recent years.
同时,拥有私人轿车的人数这几年却在快速增加。 116. Moreover, many people, including drivers and cyclists, do not obey the traffic rules properly, especially at busy intersections. And this undoubtedly worsens the already grave situation.

bankruptcy rules 破产规定

detailed rule 细则

legal rule 法律规定

Objectivity rule 客观原则

Rule 条例,法规,规则

rule of fair trade 公平交易原则

rules for registration of company 公司注册章程

I attribute the little I know to my not having been ashamed to ask for information, and to my rule of conversing with all descriptions of men on those topics that form their own peculiar professions and pursuits.

Prejudices are what rule the vulgar crowd.

Native Chinese researchers, however, have the responsibility and also the advantage to explore the general rules of Natural Language Understanding from the very perspective of Chinese Understanding.

He couldn't join the police because he was below the minimum height allowed by the rule.

There's an exception to every rule.

His actions offended against the rules of proper behavior.

It is possible to make rules about English spelling, but there are so many exceptions that the rules are not always helpful.

What he had done offended against the rules of proper behavior.

Some students complained about the rigid rules and regulations at the school.

The company has altered some of its rules.

The recent airplane crash confirms my belief that stronger safety rules are needed.

Deductions of points will be made if those who compete do not follow the rules.

Since we instituted the new rule, fewer people have been late to work.

The rules of safe driving apply to everyone.

He knows the rule but does not know how to apply it to his work.

The rules apply to the management and the staff as well.

Are you familiar with the rules of baseball?

She decided to submit to the new rules.

The police have ruled out robbery as a motive for the killing.

It's against the rules to handle the ball in soccer.在足球中以手触球就是犯规。

“I wish I'd known about that rule earlier", she said.“我要是早点知道这个规矩就好了!”她说。

The family is a co-operative enterprise for which it is difficult to lay down rules, because each family, needs to work out its own ways for solving its own problems.

If FIFA, football’s international ruling body, wants to improve the standard of refereeing at the next World Cup, it should encourage referees to keep their eyes on the action from a distance, rather than rushing to keep up with the ball, the researcher argues.

This rule cannot be applied to every case.

The queen ruled her kingdom wisely.

It's against the rule to pick up the ball.

Charles ruled England for 11 years.

Follow the rules. *follow “遵守,服从(规则、命令、劝说等等)”。
Follow the rules. (要遵守规则。)
You're the one not following the rules. (你就没有遵守规则。)
Don't violate rules. (不许违反规则。)
Don't violate regulations. (不许违反章程。)
Don't break the rules. (不许破坏规则。)

Not everything is logical. *logical “合逻辑的”、“合乎道理的”。
Everything isn't always logical.
Not everything follows the rules of logic.

There should always be exceptions to the rule.

A standard one. Replacement during the first year if all rules for proper use have been followed.

Confucius said, “Since the age of 15, I have devoted myself to learning; since 30, I have been well established; since 40, I have understood many things and have no longer been confused; since 50, I have known my heaven-sent duty; since 60, I have been able to distinguish right and wrong in other people’s words; and since 70, I have been able to do what I intend freely without breaking the rules.”

Custom rules the law.

It is the general rule, that all superior men inherit the elements of superiority from their mother.

Love rules his kingdom without a word.

Love rules without a sword and bind without a cord.

Moderation in all things is the best of rules.

No man can be a good ruler unless he has first been ruled.

No rule without an exception.

Reason rules all things.

The exception proves the rule.

There is no general rule without some exception.

Who holds the purse rules the house.

There should always be exceptions to the rule.

Uniform Rules for Collection 《托收统一规则》

I sometimes wonder whether the greater rule of all is --- to know how to please.
Moliere, J.B. French writer

The tyrant dies and his rule ends, the martyr dies and his rule be-gins.
Soren Kierkegaard, Danish religious philowopher

Great men are the guide posts and landmarks in the state;are they who see that spiritual is stronger than any material force, that thoughts rule the world.
Jimmy Ellis, American boxer

The tyrant dies and his rule ends, the martyr dies and his rule be-gins.
Soren Kierkegaard, Danish religious philowopher

Here's the rule for bargains "Do other men, for they would do you." That's the true precept.
Charles Dickens. British novelist 

Laws grind the poor, and rich men rule the law.
Oliver Goldsmith, British writer 

Rules and modesty destroy genius and art.
William Hazlitt, British essayist 

as a rule 一般说来,通常

chew someone out责骂某人;谴责某人
Follow the rules and you won't get chewed out.

as a rule 通常来说

You rule!

As a rule, our certificate is made out in Chinese and English.

As a rule, our certificate is made out in Chinese and English.

I would like to bend the rules a little if possible, but we only accept D/P if the amount is under USD2,000.

裁定 judge; adjudication; ruling; adjudicate

裁决 finding; arbitrament; ruling; adjudication

霸 [bà] /feudal chief/rule by force/tyrant/lord/master/hegemon/usurp/

霸道 [bà dào] /overbearing/high-handed/(of liquor, medicine, etc) strong/potent/(feudal) rule by force/

暴政 [bào zhèng] /tyranny/despotic rule/

变天 [biàn tiān] /change of weather/restoration of reactionary rule/

裁定 [cái dìng] /ruling/

裁决 [cái jué] /ruling/adjudication/

操法 [cāo fǎ] /drill rules/

程 [chéng] /rule/order/regulations/formula/journey/procedure/sequence/a surname/

尺子 [chǐ zi ] /rule/ruler (measuring instrument)/

法则 [fǎ zé] /(n) law; rule; code/

法治 [fǎ zhì] /rule by law/

格 [gé] /frame/rule/

觚 [gū] /goblet/rule/law/

规 [guī] /compass/rule/

规程 [guī chéng] /rules/regulations/

规矩 [guī ju ] /rule/custom/well-behaved/

规则 [guī zé] /rule/regulation/rules and regulations/

规章 [guī zhāng] /rule/regulation/

矩 [jǔ] /carpenter's square/rule/

科 [kē] /branch of study/administrative section/division/field/branch/stage directions/family (taxonomy)/rules/laws/to mete out (punishment)/to levy (taxes, etc.)/to fine somebody/

科学执政 [kē xué zhí zhèng] /rule of science/

例 [lì] /example/precedent/rule/case/instance/

明文 [míng wén] /(laws, rules, etc) state in writing/

排除 [pái chú] /exclude/rule out/

人民行动党 [rén mín xíng dòng dǎng] /People's Action Party (ruling party in Singapore)/

天下 [tiān xià] /land under heaven/rule/domination/

条例 [tiáo lì] /regulations/rules/

统治 [tǒng zhì] /(political) rule (over)/to rule/to dominate/rule/domination/

违章 [wēi zhāng] /to break the rules/to violate regulations/

违例 [wéi lì] /to break the rules/

须知 [xū zhī] /(n) preliminary instructions; rules that must be known before starting sth/

彝 [yí] /normal nature of man/rule/

尹 [yǐn] /(surname)/to rule/

宰 [zǎi] /slaughter/butcher/govern/rule/official/

宰制 [zǎi zhì] /rule/dominate/

则 [zé] /(expresses contrast with a previous sentence or clause)/standard/norm/rule/to imitate/to follow/then/principle/

章程 [zhāng chéng] /(n) written rules, regulations/

照例 [zhào lì] /as a rule/as usual/usually/

直通车 [zhí tōng chē] /"through train" (refers to the idea of retaining previous legislature after transition to Chinese rule in Hong Kong or Macao)/

执政党 [zhí zhèng dǎng] /ruling party/the party in power/

治 [zhì] /to rule/to govern/to manage/to control/to harness (a river)/cure/treatment/to heal/

主宰 [zhǔ zǎi] /dominate/rule/

To paraphrase 18th-century statesman Edmund Burke, "all that is needed for the triumph of a misguided cause is that good people do nothing."
One such cause now seeks to end biomedical research because of the theory that animals have rights ruling out their use in research.

Although it ruled that there is no constitutional right to physician-assisted suicide, the Court in effect supported the medical principle of "double effect, "a centuries-old moral principle holding that an action having two effects — a good one that is intended and a harmful one that is foreseen — is permissible if the actor intends only the good effect.

Just three weeks before the Court's ruling on physician-assisted suicide, the National Academy of Science (NAS) released a two-volume report, Approaching Death: Improving Care at the End of Life.
It identifies the undertreatment of pain and the aggressive use of "ineffectual and forced medical procedures that may prolong and even dishonor the period of dying" as the twin problems of end-of-life care.

No clear-cut distinction can be drawn between professionals and amateurs in science: exceptions can be found to any rule.
Nevertheless, the word "amateur" does carry a connotation that the person concerned is not fully integrated into the scientific community and, in particular, may not fully share its values.

While often praised by foreigners for its emphasis on the basics, Japanese education tends to stress test taking and mechanical learning over creativity and self-expression.
"Those things that do not show up in the test scores — personality, ability, courage or humanity are completely ignored," says Toshiki Kaifu, chairman of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party's education committee.
“在考分中得不到体现的那些东西——个性、能力、勇气或人性——完全被忽视,”执政的自民党教育委员会主席Toshiki Kaifu说,
"Frustration against this kind of thing leads kids to drop out and run wild."

{adj: Elizabethan} of or relating to Elizabeth I of England or to the age in which she ruled as queen
"Elizabethan music"

{adj: Nordic} relating to Germany and Scandinavia
"Hitler wanted Nordic people to rule Europe"

{adj: Qatari, Katari} of or concerning Qatar
"the Qatari ruling family"
"Qatari oil wells"

{adj: Victorian} of or relating to Queen Victoria of Great Britain or to the age in which she ruled
"Victorian morals"

{adj: ancestral, hereditary, patrimonial, transmissible} inherited or inheritable by established rules (usually legal rules) of descent
"ancestral home"
"ancestral lore"
"hereditary monarchy"
"patrimonial estate"
"transmissible tradition"

{adj: arbitrary} based on or subject to individual discretion or preference or sometimes impulse or caprice
"an arbitrary decision"
"the arbitrary rule of a dictator"
"an arbitrary penalty"
"of arbitrary size and shape"
"an arbitrary choice"
"arbitrary division of the group into halves"
<-> nonarbitrary

{adj: authoritarian, autocratic, dictatorial, despotic, tyrannical} characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty
"an authoritarian regime"
"autocratic government"
"despotic rulers"
"a dictatorial rule that lasted for the duration of the war"
"a tyrannical government"

{adj: below the belt} disregarding the rules (from the notion of an illegal low blow in boxing)
"her accusations were below the belt"

{adj: brash, cheeky, nervy} offensively bold
"a brash newcomer disputed the age-old rules for admission to the club"
"a nervy thing to say"

{adj: broad, unspecific} not detailed or specific
"a broad rule"
"the broad outlines of the plan"
"felt an unspecific dread"

{adj: canonic, canonical, sanctioned} conforming to orthodox or recognized rules
"the drinking of cocktails was as canonical a rite as the mixing"- Sinclair Lewis

{adj: canonist} pertaining to or characteristic of a body of rules and principles accepted as axiomatic; e.g. "canonist communism"

{adj: cardinal, central, fundamental, key, primal} serving as an essential component
"a cardinal rule"
"the central cause of the problem"
"an example that was fundamental to the argument"
"computers are fundamental to modern industrial structure"

{adj: cheating, dirty, foul, unsporting, unsportsmanlike} violating accepted standards or rules
"a dirty fighter"
"used foul means to gain power"
"a nasty unsporting serve"
"fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"

{adj: compulsory, mandatory, required} required by rule
"in most schools physical education is compulsory"
"attendance is mandatory"
"required reading"

{adj: conformist} marked by convention and conformity to customs or rules or styles
"underneath the radical image teenagers are surprisingly conformist"
<-> nonconformist

{adj: contrapuntal} relating to or characteristic of or according to the rules of counterpoint
"contrapuntal base"

{adj: definable} capable of being defined, limited, or explained
"definable terms"
"definable rules"

{adj: despotic} ruled by or characteristic of a despot
"moved from a feudal to a despotic order"
"his administration was arrogant and despotic"

{adj: determinate} precisely determined or limited or defined; especially fixed by rule or by a specific and constant cause
"a determinate distance"
"a determinate number"
"determinate variations in animals"
<-> indeterminate

{adj: disciplined} obeying the rules

{adj: disqualified} barred from competition for violation of rules
"a disqualified player"

{adj: disqualified} disqualified by law or rule or provision

{adj: distrustful} having or showing distrust
"a man of distrustful nature"
"my experience...in other fields of law has made me distrustful of rules of thumb generally"- B.N.Cardozo
"vigilant and distrustful superintendence"- Thomas Jefferson
<-> trustful

{adj: dominated} controlled or ruled by superior authority or power

{adj: easy, lenient} not strict
"an easy teacher"
"easy standards"
"lenient rules"
"an easy penalty"

{adj: extensile, extensible} capable of being protruded or stretched or opened out
"an extensile tongue"
"an extensible measuring rule"
<-> nonextensile

{adj: faineant, indolent, lazy, otiose, slothful, work-shy} disinclined to work or exertion
"faineant kings under whose rule the country languished"
"an indolent hanger-on"
"too lazy to wash the dishes"
"shiftless idle youth"
"slothful employees"
"the unemployed are not necessarily work-shy"

{adj: fair, just} free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules
"a fair referee"
"fair deal"
"on a fair footing"
"a fair fight"
"by fair means or foul"
<-> unfair

{adj: flowery, ornate} marked by elaborate rhetoric and elaborated with decorative details
"a flowery speech"
"ornate rhetoric taught out of the rule of Plato"-John Milton

{adj: freewheeling} free of restraints or rules
"freewheeling foolishness"
"the versatility of his poetic freewheeling style"

{adj: general} applying to all or most members of a category or group
"the general public"
"general assistance"
"a general rule"
"in general terms"
"comprehensible to the general reader"
<-> specific

{adj: go-as-you-please} not bound by rule or law or convention
"bewildered by the old go-as-you-please liberty of alliterative rhythm"- George Saintsbury

{adj: governing} responsible for making and enforcing rules and laws
"governing bodies"

{adj: grammatical, grammatic} of or pertaining to grammar
"the grammatic structure of a sentence"
"grammatical rules"
"grammatical gender"

{adj: grammatical, well-formed} conforming to the rules of grammar or usage accepted by native speakers
"spoke in grammatical sentences"
<-> ungrammatical

{adj: hard-and-fast, strict} (of rules) stringently enforced
"hard-and-fast rules"

{adj: illegal} prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules
"an illegal chess move"
<-> legal

{adj: imposed} set forth authoritatively as obligatory
"the imposed taxation"
"rules imposed by society"

{adj: inapplicable, unsuitable} not capable of being applied
"rules inapplicable to day students"

{adj: ineligible} prohibited by official rules
"an ineligible pass receiver"

{adj: invariable} not liable to or capable of change
"an invariable temperature"
"an invariable rule"
"his invariable courtesy"
<-> variable

{adj: ironclad, brassbound} inflexibly entrenched and unchangeable
"brassbound traditions"
"brassbound party loyalists"
"an ironclad rule"

{adj: irregular} contrary to rule or accepted order or general practice
"irregular hiring practices"
<-> regular

{adj: law-abiding, observant} (of individuals) adhering strictly to laws and rules and customs
"law-abiding citizens"
"observant of the speed limit"

{adj: lawful, orderly, rule-governed} according to custom or rule or natural law

{adj: legal} allowed by official rules
"a legal pass receiver"

{adj: legal} established by or founded upon law or official or accepted rules
<-> illegal

{adj: mathematical} of or pertaining to or of the nature of mathematics
"a mathematical textbook"
"slide rules and other mathematical instruments"
"a mathematical solution to a problem"
"mathematical proof"

{adj: meticulous, punctilious} marked by precise accordance with details
"meticulous research"
"punctilious in his attention to rules of etiquette"

{adj: monarchal, monarchical, monarchic} ruled by or having the supreme power resting with a monarch
"monarchal government"
"monarchical systems"

{adj: neat, refined, tasteful} free from what is tawdry or unbecoming
"a neat style"
"a neat set of rules"
"she hated to have her neat plans upset"

{adj: nonmandatory, nonobligatory} not required by rule or law

{adj: offending} offending against or breaking a law or rule
"contracts offending against the statute were canceled"
<-> unoffending

{adj: ordered} having a systematic arrangement; especially having elements succeeding in order according to rule
"an ordered sequence"
<-> disordered

{adj: parliamentary} in accord with rules and customs of a legislative or deliberative assembly
"parliamentary law"

{adj: patriarchic} (of societies) being ruled by or having descent traced through the male line

{adj: patrician} of the hereditary aristocracy or ruling class of ancient Rome or medieval Europe; of honorary nobility in the Byzantine empire
<-> plebeian, proletarian

{adj: permissible, allowable} that may be permitted especially as according to rule
"permissible behavior in school"
"a permissible tax deduction"
<-> impermissible

{adj: prescribed} set down as a rule or guide

{adj: prescriptive, normative} pertaining to giving directives or rules
"prescriptive grammar is concerned with norms of or rules for correct usage"
<-> descriptive

{adj: priest-ridden} ruled by or oppressed by a priest

{adj: privileged} not subject to usual rules or penalties
"a privileged statement"

{adj: red} red with or characterized by blood
"waving our red weapons o'er our heads"- Shakespeare
"The Red Badge of Courage"
"the red rules of tooth and claw"- P.B.Sears

{adj: regnant, reigning, ruling} exercising power or authority

{adj: regulated} controlled or governed according to rule or principle or law
"well regulated industries"
"houses with regulated temperature"
<-> unregulated

{adj: regulative, regulatory} restricting according to rules or principles
"a regulatory gene"

{adj: religious} extremely scrupulous and conscientious
"religious in observing the rules of health"

{adj: rigorous, stringent, tight} demanding strict attention to rules and procedures
"rigorous discipline"
"tight security"
"stringent safety measures"

{adj: rough-and-tumble, bare-knuckle, bare-knuckled} characterized by disorderly action and disregard for rules
"a rough-and-tumble fight"
"rough-and-tumble politics"
"undisguised bare-knuckle capitalism"

{adj: ruled} subject to a ruling authority
"the ruled mass"

{adj: same} closely similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree
"curtains the same color as the walls"
"two girls of the same age"
"mother and son have the same blue eyes"
"animals of the same species"
"the same rules as before"
"two boxes having the same dimensions"
"the same day next year"
<-> different

{adj: slavish, subservient, submissive} abjectly submissive; characteristic of a slave or servant
"slavish devotion to her job ruled her life"
"a slavish yes-man to the party bosses"- S.H.Adams
"she has become submissive and subservient"

{adj: specific} (sometimes followed by `to') applying to or characterized by or distinguishing something particular or special or unique
"rules with specific application"
"demands specific to the job"
"a specific and detailed account of the accident"
<-> general, nonspecific

{adj: substantive, essential} defining rights and duties as opposed to giving the rules by which rights and duties are established
"substantive law"
<-> adjective

{adj: syntactic, syntactical} of or relating to or conforming to the rules of syntax
"the syntactic rules of a language"

{adj: unalterable, inalterable} not capable of being changed or altered
"unalterable resolve"
"an unalterable ground rule"
<-> alterable

{adj: unappealable} not subject to appeal
"the judge's ruling was handed down in a preliminary hearing rather than a trial and was therefore unappealable"
<-> appealable

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