to order (someone) to do somethingShe enjoined me strictly not to tell anyone else.
Williams ordered him to leave.
Jesus charged his disciples to preach the gospel.
My mother warned me not to interfere.
He urged restraint on the security forces.
She was required to take to the stage.
They have been directed to give special attention to poverty.
I dare say he did as he was bidden.
He commanded his troops to attack.
I would strongly advise against it.
My advisors counselled me to do nothing.
The judge said he was passing the sentence prescribed by law.
They have instructed solicitors to sue for compensation.
to prohibit (someone) from doing something by an injunctionthe government's attempt to enjoin the publication of the book
the law which prohibits trading on Sunday
They have been barred from playing in several countries.
Last year arms sales were banned.
They'll forbid you to marry.
The fact that they live in London precludes them from coming.
He ruled that my testimony should be disallowed.
They are proscribed by federal law from owning guns.
Troops could be ferried in to interdict drug shipments.
place an injunction on
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in the sense of advise
to offer advice toI would strongly advise against it.
in the sense of ban
to prohibit or forbid officiallyLast year arms sales were banned.
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