enjoin

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To lay upon, as an order or command; to give an injunction to; to direct with authority; to order; to charge

To confirm these days of Purim in their times appointed, according as Mordecai the Jew and Esther the queen had enjoined them.

To prohibit or restrain by a judicial order or decree; to put an injunction on
to command
{v} to prescribe, to command
give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority; "I said to him to go home"; "She ordered him to do the shopping"; "The mother told the child to get dressed"
If a judge enjoins someone from doing something, they order them not to do it. If a judge enjoins an action, they order people not to do it. The judge enjoined Varityper from using the ad in any way. a preliminary injunction enjoining the practice
To acquire a person, by writ of injunction from a Court of equity, to perform, or to abstain or desist from some act
To command or require; to order that something be stopped
to require a person, by writ of injunction issued by a court, to perform or to abstain from performing some act
issue an injunction
1 to direct or order (someone) to do something 2 to prescribe (a course of action) with authority or emphasis 3 to prohibit or restrain by an injunction (See injunction)
\en-JOIN\, transitive verb: 1 To direct or impose with authority; to order 2 To prohibit; to forbid
If you enjoin someone to do something, you order them to do it. If you enjoin an action or attitude, you order people to do it or have it. She enjoined me strictly not to tell anyone else It is true that Islam enjoins tolerance; there's no doubt about that The positive neutrality enjoined on the force has now been overtaken by events
1 To command or instruct with authority; to suspend or restrain One may be enjoined or commanded by a court either to do a specific act or to refrain from doing a certain act
{f} direct, order; forbid, prohibit, deny
To command or instruct with authority; to abate, suspend or restrain For example, one may be "enjoined" or commanded by a court with equitable powers, either to do a specific act or to refrain from doing a certain act
To join or unite
To order a person to perform, or to abstain and desist from performing a specified act or course of conduct See injunction
enjoined
past of enjoin
enjoining
(law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity; "injunction were formerly obtained by writ but now by a judicial order"
enjoining
An order by the court telling a person to stop performing a specific act
enjoining
present participle of enjoin
enjoins
third-person singular of enjoin
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