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Breach vs. Mandate

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Breachnoun

A gap or opening made by breaking or battering, as in a wall, fortification or levee; the space between the parts of a solid body rent by violence

Mandatenoun

An official or authoritative command; an order or injunction; a commission; a judicial precept.

Breachnoun

A breaking up of amicable relations, a falling-out.

Mandatenoun

(politics) The authority to do something, as granted to a politician by the electorate.

Breachnoun

A breaking of waters, as over a vessel or a coastal defence; the waters themselves

‘A clear breach is when the waves roll over the vessel without breaking. A clean breach is when everything on deck is swept away.’;

Mandatenoun

A papal rescript.

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Breachnoun

A breaking out upon; an assault.

Mandatenoun

(Canada) A period during which a government is in power.

Breachnoun

(archaic) A bruise; a wound.

Mandateverb

to authorize

Breachnoun

(archaic) A hernia; a rupture.

Mandateverb

to make mandatory

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Breachnoun

(legal) A breaking or infraction of a law, or of any obligation or tie; violation; non-fulfillment

‘breach of promise’;

Mandatenoun

An official or authoritative command, order, or authorization from a superior official to a subordinate; an order or injunction; a commission; a judicial precept.

‘This dream all-powerful Juno; I bearHer mighty mandates, and her words you hear.’;

Breachnoun

(figurative) A difference in opinions, social class etc.

Mandatenoun

An authorization to carry out a specific public policy, given by the electorate to their representatives; - it is considered to be implied by the election of a candidate by a significant margin after that candidate has campaigned with that policy as a prominent element of the campaign platform.

Breachnoun

The act of breaking, in a figurative sense.

Mandatenoun

Authorization by a multinational body to a nation to administer the government and affairs of a territory, usually a former colony; as, termination of the British mandate in Palestine.

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Breachverb

(transitive) To make a breach in.

‘They breached the outer wall, but not the main one.’;

Mandatenoun

A rescript of the pope, commanding an ordinary collator to put the person therein named in possession of the first vacant benefice in his collation.

Breachverb

(transitive) To violate or break.

Mandatenoun

A contract by which one employs another to manage any business for him. By the Roman law, it must have been gratuitous.

Breachverb

To break into a ship or into a coastal defence.

Mandatenoun

a document giving an official instruction or command

Breachverb

To leap clear out of the water.

Mandatenoun

a territory surrendered by Turkey or Germany after World War I and put under the tutelage of some other European power until they ar able to stand by themselves

Breachnoun

The act of breaking, in a figurative sense.

Mandatenoun

the commission that is given to a government and its policies through an electoral victory

Breachnoun

Specifically: A breaking or infraction of a law, or of any obligation or tie; violation; non-fulfillment; as, a breach of contract; a breach of promise.

Mandateverb

assign under a mandate;

‘mandate a colony’;

Breachnoun

A gap or opening made made by breaking or battering, as in a wall or fortification; the space between the parts of a solid body rent by violence; a break; a rupture.

‘Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;Or close the wall up with our English dead.’;

Mandateverb

make mandatory;

‘the new director of the schoolbaord mandated regular tests’;

Breachnoun

A breaking of waters, as over a vessel; the waters themselves; surge; surf.

‘The Lord hath broken forth upon mine enemies before me, as the breach of waters.’;

Mandateverb

assign authority to

Breachnoun

A breaking up of amicable relations; rupture.

‘There's fallen between him and my lordAn unkind breach.’;

Breachnoun

A bruise; a wound.

‘Breach for breach, eye for eye.’;

Breachnoun

A hernia; a rupture.

Breachnoun

A breaking out upon; an assault.

‘The Lord had made a breach upon Uzza.’;

Breachverb

To make a breach or opening in; as, to breach the walls of a city.

Breachverb

To break the water, as by leaping out; - said of a whale.

Breachnoun

a failure to perform some promised act or obligation

Breachnoun

an opening (especially a gap in a dike or fortification)

Breachnoun

a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions);

‘they hoped to avoid a break in relations’;

Breachverb

act in disregard of laws and rules;

‘offend all laws of humanity’; ‘violate the basic laws or human civilization’; ‘break a law’;

Breachverb

make an opening or gap in

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