yo'l-yo'riq, ko'rsatma, dasturyo'l ko'rsatuvchi, yo'naltiruvchi
Noun(1) a pronouncement encouraging or banning some activity
Adjective(1) showing the way by conducting or leading; imposing direction on
(1) The above schematic principle functions as a directive principle within evolutionary biology.(2) But the system only worked because the United States was prepared to play a leading and directive role.(3) A directive style was more common among senior managers than middle managers.(4) Compare the rights at issue in this case with directive principles in the Indian Constitution.(5) My actions revealed a more directive approach, one that seemed inconsistent with my ideal view of collaborative supervision.(6) I regard that as much more directive than simply responding to a request.(7) The Bank of Montreal was not prepared to do so and the terms of the order were not very directive towards the Bank.(8) James therefore continues the passage quoted above with a new directive speech act.(9) We can then use the require directive line to restrict users to one or more particular groups.(10) Are these rights in the South African Constitution viewed in effect by the Court as directive principles?(11) What the Indian Constitution of 1950 called directive principles of state policies illustrates this clearly.(12) Although I began the new center with a more directive approach, I became more facilitative as time passed.(13) The US government has no authority to issue directives to the country's courts.(14) To recall, the state is deemed to enforce all directives of Apex Courts without any impediment.(15) If Community action is required, the Commission will proceed through directives rather than regulations.(16) At World Cups, referees receive directives from Fifa about a particular aspect of the game which has become a concern.
(1) advance directive :: oldindan ko'rsatma
2. directional ::
4. instruction ::
5. direction ::
6. command ::
7. order ::
8. charge ::
9. injunction ::
10. prescription ::
11. rule ::
12. ruling ::
13. regulation ::
14. law ::
15. dictate ::
aytib turib yozdirmoq
16. decree ::
17. dictum ::
19. mandate ::
20. fiat ::
21. ordinance ::
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