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İngilizce - İngilizce
To earnestly appeal or advise

Party members are adjured to promote awareness of this problem.

To issue a formal command, especially in a legal context

Someone adjured the editor to cease posting silly articles.

{v} to tender an oath, charge in God's name strictly and earnestly, command, enjoin
ask for or request earnestly; "The prophet bid all people to become good persons"
command solemnly
to order or try to persuade someone to do something adjure sb to do sth (adjurare, from ad- + jurare )
{f} beg, entreat, appeal; charge or command earnestly and solemnly
To charge, bind, or command, solemnly, as if under oath, or under the penalty of a curse; to appeal to in the most solemn or impressive manner; to entreat earnestly
a grave warning
a vehement appeal
{n} the tendering or taking of an oath
A command used to constrain a spirit to consistent visible appearance or truthful answers to ones questions The term comes from the Latin "adjurare," meaning, "to swear An adjuration may call upon divine names or higher spirits to enforce the will of the user Compare Exorcism
a solemn and earnest appeal to someone to do something
a solemn appeal whereby one person imposes on another the obligation of speaking or acting as if under an oath (1 Sam 14: 24; Josh 6: 26; 1 Kings 22: 16)
The form of oath or appeal
{i} supplication, appeal; earnest and solemn command; solemn oath
The act of adjuring; a solemn charging on oath, or under the penalty of a curse; an earnest appeal
past of adjure
third-person singular of adjure
present participle of adjure