Definition of governs. Meaning of governs. Synonyms of governs
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Definition of governs
GovernGovern Gov"ern, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Governed; p. pr. & vb.
n. Governing.] [OF. governer, F. gouverner, fr. L.
gubernare to steer, pilot, govern, Gr. kyberna^n. Cf.
1. To direct and control, as the actions or conduct of men,
either by established laws or by arbitrary will; to
regulate by authority. ``Fit to govern and rule
2. To regulate; to influence; to direct; to restrain; to
manage; as, to govern the life; to govern a horse.
Govern well thy appetite. --Milton.
3. (Gram.) To require to be in a particular case; as, a
transitive verb governs a noun in the objective case; or
to require (a particular case); as, a transitive verb
governs the objective case.
Govern Gov"ern, v. i.
To exercise authority; to administer the laws; to have the
Meaning of govern from wikipedia
- political parties
with similar ideas about
how a country
or region should
be governed. different political parties
of this can include disciplinary action
for rule infractions
on rule changes
in the sport which
- to distinguish
the term governance
ment: 'governance' is what a 'governing body' does. it might
be a geo-political entity
all ten were 'proconsular', only two of these provinces
(asia and africa), were actually governed
- proprietary governors
were individuals authorized
to govern proprietary colonies
and circumpositions, i.e. adposition
s) are like verbs
in their ability
the case of their
- maureen govern
was chief technology officer
(cto) at aol at the time of their search
. the researcher
- the equal opportunity
amendment, also known
as the hatch
amendment, is a united states constitutional amendment proposed
d'andorra, also known
de govern, is an indoor sporting arena located
- it falls within
the larger context
such as consent
of the governed
, and may involve