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Pronunciation of Rule: Learn how to pronounce Rule in English correctly

Learn how to say Rule correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word rule:

noun
1one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct or procedure within a particular area of activity:
the rules of cricket
those who did break the rules would be dealt with swiftly
a principle that operates within a particular sphere of knowledge, describing or prescribing what is possible or allowable:
the rules of grammar
a code of practice and discipline for a religious order or community:
the Rule of St Benedict
2 [mass noun] control of or dominion over an area or people:
the revolution brought an end to British rule
3 (the rule) the normal or customary state of things:
such accidents are the exception rather than the rule
4a strip of wood or other rigid material used for measuring length or marking straight lines; a ruler.
a thin printed line or dash.
5 (Rules) Australianshort for Australian Rules.
verb
1 [with object] exercise ultimate power or authority over (an area and its people):
Latin America today is ruled by elected politicians
[no object]:
the period in which Spain ruled over Portugal
(of a feeling) have a powerful and restricting influence on:
her whole life seemed to be ruled by fear
[no object] be a dominant or powerful factor:
[with complement]:
the black market rules supreme
[no object] informal be very good or the best:
Jackie tells me about Hanna’s newest band, and says that it absolutely rules
Astrology (of a planet) have a particular influence over (a sign of the zodiac, house, etc.):
the tenth House, ruled by Saturn and associated with Capricorn
2 [with clause] pronounce authoritatively and legally to be the case:
an industrial tribunal ruled that he was unfairly dismissed from his job
3 [with object] make parallel lines across (paper):
(as adjective ruled)
a sheet of ruled paper
4 [no object, with adverbial] (of a price or a traded commodity with regard to its price) have a specified general level or strength:
in the jutes section Indus and Pak Jute ruled firm