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1.1(strongly urge)to enjoin sth on sb — encarecerle algo a algnto enjoin sb to + inf — encarecerle a algn que + subj
- The code also enjoins the rebels and the government to refrain from any provocative acts such as arrests, kidnapping and extortion.
- More than three decades passed before Lewis enjoined his readers to utilize dumb-bells as instruments that would benefit their lungs, improve the condition of their hearts, and enhance their vigor.
- They enjoin members to be ‘gentle and compassionate, kind and courteous’.
- Members are enjoined to study and to teach others.
- This wonderful statement enjoins us to understand that in political matters there can be no single ‘university position’ or voice.
- In general, it enjoins us to refrain from all aggression and fraud, since both are seen as violations of human dignity, ways of fashioning human beings into tools for one's own ends.
- Then a female voice breaks in with an advisory about the traffic jam, during which she enjoins drivers already trapped to give lifts to pedestrians.
- I worked once on a research vessel in the Bahamas, and each afternoon at about three, a pod of dolphins surrounded the boat, enjoining us to come play.
- At the same time, the ordinary workers were enjoined to toil even harder and sacrifice ever more in the name of national development.
- He enjoined investors to change their attitude and become socially responsible to improve ordinary people's quality of life.
- Fasting is one of the five ‘pillars of Islam’ and is enjoined on everyone who has reached puberty.
- All happens only by the will of Allah and the acceptance of this reality is enjoined on the believers.
- The first is to explain why - if moral action is a hindrance to nirvana - the texts continually enjoin the performance of good deeds.
(prohibit)to enjoin sb from -ing — prohibirle a algn que + subj
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