injunction


injunction
n.

1) to grant, hand down, issue an injunction

2) to deliver an injunction

3) an injunction against (an injunction against picketing)

4) a permanent; temporary injunction

5) an injunction to + inf. (an injunction to prevent picketing)

6) an injunction that + clause; subj. (the court issued an injunction that picketing not take/should not take place)

* * *
[ɪn'dʒʌŋkʃ(ə)n]
issue an injunction
temporary injunction
subj. (the court issued an injunction that picketing not take/should not take place)
a permanent
an injunction that + clause
to deliver an injunction
to grant
an injunction against (an injunction against picketing)
an injunction to + inf. (an injunction to prevent picketing)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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