To control or direct according to rule, principle, or law. (verb)
To adjust to a particular specification or requirement: regulate temperature. (verb)
To adjust (a mechanism) for accurate and proper functioning. (verb)
To put or maintain in order: regulate one's eating habits. (verb)
Examples of word regulate
One of the more credible arguments is that while Congress may regulate commerce between the states (the term regulate meaning something entirely different to the Founders, chiefly that individual state commercial law should have some uniformity), how can Congress regulate non-activity or no commerce?
But, half the blame can be laid to the ambiguity of the term regulate, and also to the clause general welfare
It is irrelevant, he states, that politicians, and even the Supreme Court, believe that the term regulate means control of the movement or existence of commodities and services via taxation, quotas, or any other species of interventionism across state lines or within them.
Yes America country that just went through one of the worst finical crises in history due to a failure to regulate is overregulated.
The field of affective neuroscience has grown and changed so rapidly that for an outsider to the field it can be difficult to keep track of scholars 'best understanding of which parts of the brain regulate what.