Ordonnance



[awr-dn-uh ns; French awr-daw-nahns] /ˈɔr dn əns; French ɔr dɔˈnɑ̃s/

noun, plural ordonnances
[awr-dn-uh n-siz; French awr-daw-nahns] /ˈɔr dn ən sɪz; French ɔr dɔˈnɑ̃s/ (Show IPA)
1.
the arrangement or disposition of parts, as of a building, picture, or literary work.
2.
an ordinance, decree, or law.
/ˈɔːdənəns; French ɔrdɔnɑ̃s/
noun
1.
the proper disposition of the elements of a building or an artistic or literary composition
2.
an ordinance, law, or decree, esp in French law

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