English translation of 'mandat'
Example Sentences Including 'mandat'
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Il est très rare que les Assemblées de la Ve République aillent au bout de leur mandat.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
La plus originale des îles des Antilles Des centaines de personnes arrêtées sans mandat.Actuel
Lors de l'instruction, un mandat d'arrêt international avait été lancé contre l'agent.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Sans compter un mec absolument décidé à envoyer un mandat télégraphique à Nevers.Mademoiselle s'il vous plaît
Un mandat postal de quarante francs était joint à la lettre.Les moulins à nuages
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'mandat' in Other Languages
British English: postal order /ˈpəʊstəl ˈɔːdə/ NOUN
A postal order is a piece of paper representing a sum of money which you can buy at a post office and send to someone as a way of sending them money by post.
- American English: postal money order
- Arabic: حِوَالَةٌ مَالِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: vale postal
- Chinese: 汇票
- Croatian: poštanska narudžba
- Czech: poštovní poukázka
- Danish: postordre
- Dutch: postorder
- European Spanish: giro postal
- Finnish: postiosoitus
- French: mandat
- German: Postanweisung
- Greek: ταχυδρομική επιταγή
- Italian: vaglia postale
- Japanese: 郵便為替
- Korean: 우편환
- Norwegian: postanvisning
- Polish: przekaz pocztowy
- European Portuguese: vale postal
- Romanian: mandat poștal
- Russian: почтовый перевод
- Spanish: giro postal
- Swedish: postanvisning
- Thai: ไปรษณีย์ธนาณัติ
- Turkish: posta havalesi
- Ukrainian: поштовий переказ
- Vietnamese: ngân séc bưu điện
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: premiership NOUN
The premiership of a leader of a government is the period of time during which they are the leader.
...the final years of her premiership.
British English: warrant NOUN
A warrant is a legal document that allows someone to do something, especially one that is signed by a judge or magistrate and gives the police permission to arrest someone or search their house.
Police confirmed that they had issued a warrant for his arrest.
Translation of mandat from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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