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What is the root for the word legislate?


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The Latin word legis
The Latin word legis

The Latin word legis

the latin word legis

The Latin word legis


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The Latin word Legis. -good luck apex kids~

Legislate, legislation Legalistic, legalism illegal paralegal legalize and several others

What will Congress legislate next?

To legislate means to pass into law. Here are some sentences.We need to legislate against hate crimes.Is the Supreme Court going to legislate in favor of the new law?Why don't they legislate to make homework illegal? (LOL)

"Legislate" is the word that means "to pass laws."

To make laws is to legislate.

Legislate means to male into a law.

Legislators legislate legislature.

To make legal is to legislate.

Legislature Legislation Legislate

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Pathos is Greek and it is a root word! There is no root word for pathos because it is the root word.

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Legislate, used as an intransitive verb. Or, enact.

Legislate which means to make laws.

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the root word is decor and that is the root word of decorate

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Dict is the root word. This root word means to say.

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