简明英汉词典

interdict
[intE5dikt]
v.
阻断

美国传统词典[双解]

interdict
in.ter.dict
AHD:[1n”t…r-d1kt“]
D.J.[7int*6dikt]
K.K.[7!nt+6d!kt]
v.tr.(及物动词)
in.ter.dict.edin.ter.dict.ingin.ter.dicts

(1)

To prohibit or place under an ecclesiastical or legal sanction.
禁令:禁止或为宗教或法律所禁止

(2)

To forbid or debar, especially authoritatively.See Synonyms at forbid
禁止,尤指官方的参见 forbid

(3)

To cut or destroy (a line of communication) by firepower so as to halt an enemy's advance.
阻断,封锁:以火力切断或毁坏(交通线)以阻止敌人前进

(4)

To confront and halt the activities, advance, or entry of:
面对并阻止活动,前进或进入:
“the role of the FBI in interdicting spies attempting to pass US secrets to the Soviet Union”(Christian Science Monitor)
“联邦调查局的作用在阻止间谍向苏联出卖美国情报”(基督教科学箴言报)
n.(名词)
AHD:[1n“t…r-d1kt”]

(1)

Law A prohibition by court order.
【法律】 禁令:由法院作出的禁令

(2)

Roman Catholic Church An ecclesiastical censure that excludes a person or district from participation in most sacraments and from Christian burial.
【罗马天主教】 禁止令:一项基督教禁令,将某人或某地区排除在大部分圣礼之外,并不准其以基督教形式安葬

语源

(1)

Alteration of Middle English enterditen [to place under a church ban]
中古英语 enterditen的变化 [在教堂管制下安置]

(2)

from Old French entredit [past participle of] entredire [to forbid]
源自 古法语 entredit [] entredire的过去分词 [限制]

(3)

from Latin interdoe interdict-
源自 拉丁语 interdoe interdict-

(4)

inter- [inter-]
inter- [前缀,表“在…之间”]

(5)

doe [to say] * see deik-
doe [说] *参见 deik-

继承用法

interdiction
n.(名词)

interdictive 或

interdictory
AHD:[-d1k“t…-r?] (形容词)

interdictively
adv.(副词)

interdictor
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

interdict
[5IntEdIkt]
n.
禁令

现代英汉综合大辞典

interdict
[intE5dikt]
vt.

(1)

禁止, 制止; 限制

(2)

闭锁, 阻断

(3)

【宗】停止教权
It is interdicted by law.
这是法律禁止的。
He was interdicted from acting.
他的行为受到限制。

词性变化

interdict
[intE5dikt]
n.
[5intE(:)dikt]

(1)

禁止, 制止

(2)

禁令

(3)

【宗】停止教权命令
lay a town under an interdict
停止一个城市的宗教活动

继承用法

interdictor
n.

interdictory
[9IntE`dIktErI]
adj.

习惯用语

interdict sb. from doing sth.
禁止[制止]某人做某事

interdict sth.to sb.
禁止某人使用某物

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

interdict
禁止

美国传统词典

interdict
in.ter.dict
AHD:[1n”t…r-d1kt“]
D.J.[7int*6dikt]
K.K.[7!nt+6d!kt]
v.tr.
in.ter.dict.ed, in.ter.dict.ing, in.ter.dicts

(1)

To prohibit or place under an ecclesiastical or legal sanction.

(2)

To forbid or debar, especially authoritatively.See Synonyms at forbid

(3)

To cut or destroy (a line of communication) by firepower so as to halt an enemy's advance.

(4)

To confront and halt the activities, advance, or entry of:
“the role of the FBI in interdicting spies attempting to pass US secrets to the Soviet Union”(Christian Science Monitor)
n.
AHD:[1n“t…r-d1kt”]

(1)

Law A prohibition by court order.

(2)

Roman Catholic Church An ecclesiastical censure that excludes a person or district from participation in most sacraments and from Christian burial.

语源

(1)

Alteration of Middle English enterditen [to place under a church ban]

(2)

from Old French entredit [past participle of] entredire [to forbid]

(3)

from Latin interdoe interdict-

(4)

inter- [inter-]

(5)

doe [to say] * see deik-

继承用法

interdiction
n.

interdictive or

interdictory
AHD:[-d1k“t…-r?] adj.

interdictively
adv.

interdictor
n.

英汉法学大词典

interdict
v.禁令 ,禁止,禁制 ;n.禁令

英汉航海大词典

interdict
n.禁止产

英汉化学大词典

interdict
vt.禁止,闭锁,阻断;n.禁止,禁令

英汉海运大词典

interdict
禁令,禁止

英汉经贸大词典

interdict
n.禁止产

英汉计算机大词典

interdict
vt.禁止(闭锁,阻断);n.禁止(禁令)

英汉心理学大词典

interdict
禁止

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