[ɪn'ʤɔɪn], [en-]
1) предписывать; приказывать; книжн. заповедовать

The doctor enjoined a strict diet. — Доктор предписал строгую диету.

They enjoined us to be careful. — Они настоятельно советовали нам соблюдать осторожность.

Keep all the commandments, then, which I enjoin on you today. (New American Bible; Deuteronomy 11: 8) — Итак соблюдайте все заповеди, которые я заповедую вам сегодня. (Втор. 11:8)

The organisation can enjoin secrecy upon the internship student. — Организация может потребовать от студента-практиканта соблюдать конфиденциальность.

а) запрещать

He was enjoined by conscience from telling a lie. — Совесть не позволяла ему лгать.

enjoin from doing smth. — запрещать делать что-л.

б) юр. запрещать (законом, указом); налагать запрет

The book had been enjoined prior to publication. — Книгу запретили ещё до её выхода в свет.


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