Synonym: adjust, command, control, correct, direct, govern, handle, manage, organize, rectify, remedy, rule, run. Similar words: regulator, regulatory, regulation, regular, regularly, at regular intervals, stimulate, speculate. Meaning: ['regjəleɪt /-jʊ] v. 1. fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of 2. bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations 3. shape or influence; give direction to 4. check the emission of (sound).
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1 We must try our best to regulate our expenditure.
2 You can regulate the temperature in the house by adjusting the thermostat.
3 Police can invoke the law of trespass to regulate access to these places.
4 This system can regulate the temperature of the room.
5 The AA called for laws to regulate clamping firms.
6 People sweat to regulate their body heat.
7 We ought to regulate our daily life.
8 Fighting is to start at 5 o'clock.Please regulate your watch.
9 Efforts were made to regulate the conduct of crowds at football games.
10 These gates regulate the amount of water flowing into the canal.
11 The powers of the European Commission to regulate competition are increasing.
12 Various laws were promulgated to regulate the practice.
13 Can the state regulate private religious schools?
14 Firstly[sentencedict.com], member states regulate their banks.
15 The drug helps to regulate Ryan's heartbeat.
16 Social roles regulate and organize behaviour.
17 Sweating helps regulate body temperature.
18 Its role is to oversee and regulate the activities of the different financial institutions.
19 Jay knew how to regulate the flow, to ask questions, to make suggestions, to focus and direct our energy.
20 State authorities attempting to regulate youth culture are seen as little more than parent substitutes.
21 If Congress has the power to regulate it, that power must be exercised whenever the subject exists.
22 This is sprayed on to hair before perming and combed through to regulate hair's porosity and ensure an even finish.
23 Obviously, an organization benefits greatly when its interest group persuades the government to allow it to regulate itself.
24 What is of relatively recent origin, however,[www.Sentencedict.com] is the creation of bureaucracies equipped with legal sanctions to regulate economic life.
25 And if accountants are not to be commercial, who is it who will regulate their fees, incomes and salaries?
26 How do governments intervene to control that technology, foster innovation or regulate the market?
27 They also tell the production department about demand for existing products: this helps Keyence to regulate its output and reduce inventories.
28 Like many other states, Arizona has introduced bills to regulate HMOs in an effort to protect those enrolled in the plans.
29 I can manage the situation, I know how to regulate my anger.
30 Further, slavery was a local practice which the national government had no authority or right to regulate.
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