a law, rule, or other order prescribed by authority, especially to regulate
Machinery. the percentage difference in some quantity related to the operation of an apparatus or machine, as the voltage output of a transformer or the speed of a motor, between the value of the quantity at no-load operation and its value at full-load operation.
Electronics. the difference between maximum and minimum voltage drops between the anode and the cathode of a gas tube for a specified range of values of the anode current.
Sports. the normal, prescribed duration of a game according to the sport's regulations, exclusive of any extra innings, overtime period, etc.: The Knicks tied the score in the final seconds of regulation, sending the game into overtime.
A regulation is a legal norm intended to shape conduct that is a by-product of
imperfection. A regulation may be used to prescribe or proscribe conduct ...
noun reg·u·la·tion \ˌre-gyə-ˈlā-shən, ˌre-gə- also ˌrā-\. : an official rule or law
that says how something should be done. : the act of regulating something.
In December 2011, the FAA established a final rule for pilot duty and rest requirements in an effort to combat the risks of fatigue in aircrews. This new regulation
provides more stringent rest requirements and flight hour restrictions than previously, a move that the ... More »
The act of regulating or the state of being regulated. 2. A principle, rule, or law
designed to control or govern conduct. 3. A governmental order having the force
Portal for Federal rulemaking. Allows the public to find, review, and submit
comments on Federal documents that are open for comment and published in the
Regulation. A rule of order having the force of law, prescribed by a superior or
competent authority, relating to the actions of those under the authority's control.
Noun. regulation (countable and uncountable, plural regulations). (
uncountable) The act of regulating or the condition of being regulated. (countable
) A law ...
Regulation. How legislation is being implemented by ... Wheeler - 11/27/15 08:45
AM EST. The office reviews and signs off on all proposed and final regulations.