injunction ( injunctions plural )
1 n-count An injunction is a court order, usually one telling someone not to do something. (LEGAL) usu with supp
He took out a court injunction against the newspaper demanding the return of the document.
2 n-count An injunctionto do something is an order or strong request to do it.
FORMAL with supp, oft N to n to-inf
We hear endless injunctions to build a sense of community among staff.
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admonition, command, dictate, exhortation, instruction, mandate, order, precept, ruling
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