1 to order (someone) to do (something); urge strongly; command
2 to impose or prescribe (a condition, mode of behaviour, etc.)
3 (Law) to require (a person) to do or refrain from doing (some act), esp. by issuing an injunction
(C13: from Old French enjoindre, from Latin injungere to fasten to, from in-2 + jungere to join)
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