- n. 法律；规律；法治；法学；诉讼；司法界
- vi. 起诉；控告
- vt. 控告；对…起诉
- n. (Law)人名；(东南亚国家华语)刘；(英、缅、柬)劳
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- law:  Etymologically, a law is that which has been ‘laid’ down. English borrowed the word from Old Norse *lagu (replacing the native Old English ǣ ‘law’), which was the plural of lag ‘laying, good order’. This came ultimately from the prehistoric Germanic base *lag- ‘put’, from which English gets lay. It has no etymological connection with the semantically similar legal.
- law (n.)
- Old English lagu (plural laga, comb. form lah-) "law, ordinance, rule, regulation; district governed by the same laws," from Old Norse *lagu "law," collective plural of lag "layer, measure, stroke," literally "something laid down or fixed," from Proto-Germanic *lagan "put, lay" (see lay (v.)).
Replaced Old English æ and gesetnes, which had the same sense development as law. Compare also statute, from Latin statuere; German Gesetz "law," from Old High German gisatzida; Lithuanian istatymas, from istatyti "set up, establish." In physics, from 1660s. Law and order have been coupled since 1796.
- 1. The letter merely restated the law of the land.
- 2. Mrs Allen's style of cooking owes much to her mother-in-law.
- 3. Eisenhower used his muscle to persuade Congress to change the law.
- 4. Traditionally young Asians in Britain have gravitated towards medicine, law and engineering.
- 5. Namibian law permits ranchers to shoot cheetahs to protect their livestock.
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