inhibiting

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present participle of inhibit
{s} inhibitory, tending to restrain or hold back, suppressive, prohibitive
inhibit
to hinder; to restrain
inhibit
to hold back or in
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to put down by force or authority; "suppress a nascent uprising"; "stamp down on littering"; "conquer one's desires"
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To prevent an event from occurring To prevent the operation of a circuit or device
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{f} restrain, check, hold back, repress; forbid, prevent, not allow
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limit the range or extent of; "Contact between the young was inhibited by strict social customs"
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Blocking of counter input during counting operation
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[BSG] Bit 28 (big-endian) of every 645 and 6180 instruction is labeled "inhibit", and prevents interrupts, connect faults, and timer runouts after this instruction (or pair on the 6180) On the 645, the inhibit bit was only obeyed in master (privileged) mode On the 6180, user programs can indeed use it, although there is no facility in PL/I to turn it on or off, and multi-CPU systems somewhat reduce its efficacy A timer in the 6180 CPU limits the length of inhibit to so-many contiguous microseconds; if the timer runs out, the CPU takes a lockup fault
inhibit
To check; to hold back; to restrain; to hinder
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To hinder or to prevent
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limit the range or extent of; "Contact between the young was inhibited by strict social customs
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To forbid; to prohibit; to interdict
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To inhibit someone from doing something means to prevent them from doing it, although they want to do it or should be able to do it. It could inhibit the poor from getting the medical care they need
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hold back or restrain, as in: Cleanliness will inhibit the growth of germs
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If something inhibits an event or process, it prevents it or slows it down. The high cost of borrowing is inhibiting investment by industry in new equipment
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To prohibit from doing something, to hold in check
inhibiting

    Türkische aussprache

    înhîbıtîng

    Aussprache

    /ənˈhəbətəɴɢ/ /ɪnˈhɪbətɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ in-'hi-b&t ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin inhibitus, past participle of inhibEre, from in- 2in- + habEre to have; more at HABIT.

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