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Synonyms for dictate

Synonyms for dictate

to set forth expressly and authoritatively

to command or issue commands in an arrogant manner

a code or set of codes governing action or procedure, for example

Synonyms for dictate

an authoritative rule

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a guiding principle

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issue commands or orders for

say out loud for the purpose of recording

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rule as a dictator

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Sharifs want to dictate judgements to the judiciary again.
10), Dragon Dictate Medical for Mac streamlines documentation workflow by allowing clinicians to dictate appointment and clinical notes directly into Mac-based electronic health records (EHRs), such as MacPractice, and also use their voice while working within popular web, email and desktop applications such as Microsoft Office or Gmail.
Dragon Dictate Medical for Mac gives medical professionals back the time in their day to stay focused on patient care, said Peter Mahoney, Nuance s chief marketing officer and general manager for Dragon.
NASDAQ: NUAN) said its new Dragon Dictate for Mac, version makes it easier and faster than ever to dictate and edit text and to control desktop and web applications, simply by speaking.
Air Dictate does exactly this, dramatically simplifying and speeding the inputting of text without a keyboard onto any Mac app accommodating text input such as TextEdit, Mail, Pages and Microsoft Word, simply by talking into an iPhone 4S," Howell said.
Speech solutions provider Nuance Communications Inc (Nasdaq:NUAN) unveiled on Monday Dragon Dictate for Mac v2.
Dragon has been made more convenient by the fact that an end user can, with a Bluetooth headset, dictate into the PC while not sitting in front of it, and the dictation can be digitally recorded onto a device and uploaded into a document at a later time.
2 : to say or state with authority : order <You can't dictate what I can do.
With up to 50 per cent of European passenger vehicles making use of diesel, a substantial push is on to prepare for upcoming legislation that will dictate a sharp reduction in diesel emissions from current standards.
Previously, consultants had to find time outside of seeing patients to dictate letters directly to a medical secretary.
One might argue that the living-wage ordinance is just an extension of minimum-wage laws that governments already dictate to business.
These highly variable geologic conditions, significantly affected by past glacial activity, dictate different design and construction approaches throughout the five boroughs.
The rules of wrestling (the high school variety, not the cable TV folding-chair-across-the-back version) dictate that a competitor receives two points for a reversal maneuver.
Considering the business demands of the corporation, probably not, but there will be a need for developing a close strategic relationship with the deposit libraries not least because they will have the authority to dictate the means of delivery, which in turn could have a major financial impact on the corporation aside from the implications for content creation processes.