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enjoining

听听怎么读
[enˈdʒɔɪnɪŋ]
是什么意思
  • v.

    命令( enjoin的现在分词 );

  • 英英释义

    enjoining[ in'dʒɔin ]

    • n.(law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity

      同义词:injunctionenjoinmentcease and desist order

    学习怎么用

    双语例句

    1. He enjoined obedience on the soldiers.
      他命令士兵服从。
    2. The judge enjoined him from selling alcohol.
      法官禁止他卖酒。

    权威例句

    Enjoining Letter of Credit Transactions
    Enjoining Unauthorized Biographies and Docudramas
    Enjoining Obscenity as a Public Nuisance and the Prior Restraint Doctrine
    Enjoining the beneficiary's claim on a letter of credit or bank guarantee
    Enjoining Abuse: The Case for Indefinite Domestic Violence Protection Orders
    Constitutionality of Enjoining Criminal Street Gangs As Public Nuisances
    Enjoining the Constitution: The Use of Public Nuisance Abatement Injunctions against Urban Street Gangs
    Enjoining Payment of Letters of Credit under the Bankruptcy Code: New Concerns for Issuers and Beneficiaries
    "Fraud in the Transaction": Enjoining Letters of Credit during the Iranian Revolution
    Fraud in the International Transaction: Enjoining Payment of Letters of Credit in International Transactions