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' I have to give an answer within the mandate or I have to ask my boss in Berlin to... to... pacify the money men. BLOOD IS DIRT (2003)In spite of this, Fayard thought he'd better arm himself with a mandate to search before paying his visit to the surgery this morning. MOONDROP TO MURDER (2003)
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British English: mandate NOUN
If a government or other elected body has a mandate to do something, they have the authority to do it as a result of winning an election or vote.
The President and his supporters are almost certain to read this vote as a mandate for continued economic reform.
British English: mandate VERB
When someone is mandated to carry out a particular policy or task, they are given the official authority to do it.
He'd been mandated by them to go in and to enforce a ceasefire.
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