dictamen

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin, from dictare to dictate.

NounEdit

dictamen ‎(plural dictamens)

  1. A dictation or dictate.
    • Lord Falkland
      That is to say, you are to trust to your own particular discourses, as to particular discourses, and no farther; but to the resolves of the church as to the dictamens of a higher understanding, by the light of which you are to judge and censure of the rest.

SpanishEdit

NounEdit

dictamen m ‎(plural dictámenes)

  1. report
  2. (law) report
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