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mandated

[ man-dey-tid ]
/ ˈmæn deɪ tɪd /
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adjective
authorized or decreed, as by the passing of a law: Federal agencies are making preparations to manage the mandated spending cuts.
ordered or required; made mandatory: There were not enough faculty to teach the mandated core curriculum.
operating under a mandate or obligation, as an elected government, a person to whom a certain law or regulation applies, etc.: After a record voter turnout, it will be interesting to see how this heavily mandated government performs.All first responders have been added to the list of mandated reporters of elder abuse.
(of a territory, colony, etc.) consigned to the charge of a particular nation under a mandate: Following World War I, the 1919 Peace Conference gave the losers' overseas territories to the victors as “mandated territories.”
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Origin of mandated

OTHER WORDS FROM mandated

un·man·dat·ed, adjective
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