Definition of promulgation in English:

promulgation

noun

  • See promulgate

    • ‘It is readily apparent from the materials considered thus far that the Community has power to advance policy through the promulgation of regulations, directives, and decisions.’
    • ‘The cabinet has cleared the promulgation of an ordinance amending the Debt Recovery Tribunal Act to simplify the process of claims by banks and financial institutions.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, notwithstanding the formal promulgation of the secular order, some people continue to look upon the Indian state as a Hindu state.’
    • ‘Prior to the promulgation of the regulations, some derivatives traders did not even fully understand how the products they sold actually worked.’
    • ‘Civil society, human rights, civil liberty organisations, minority groups and opposition parties were not consulted before promulgation of the ordinance.’

Pronunciation

promulgation

/prɒm(ə)lˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/