- an authoritative prohibition.；a court order forbidding an act; a negative injunction.
- prohibit or forbid (something)；prohibit someone from (doing something)
verb: interdict, 3rd person present: interdicts, gerund or present participle: interdicting, past tense: interdicted, past participle: interdicted
- 1. an authoritative prohibition.
- 2. a court order forbidding an act; a negative injunction.
- 3. (in the Roman Catholic Church) a sentence debarring a person or place from ecclesiastical functions and privileges:
a papal interdict
- 1. prohibit or forbid (something):
society will never interdict sex
- 2. prohibit someone from (doing something):
I have not been interdicted from consuming alcoholic beverages
- 3. intercept and prevent the movement of (a prohibited commodity or person):
army efforts to interdict enemy supply shipments
- 4. impede (an enemy force), especially by bombing lines of communication or supply.
- n.an authoritative prohibition:
- an interdict against marriage of those of close kin
- v.prohibit or forbid (something):
- society will never interdict sex
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