To instruct to do something; give an order to; command
The amount of electric charge contained in an object, particle, or region of space.
Urge is defined as to force or push to stimulate someone to take action.
To prevent; preclude:
To discuss something and get advice; consult (with a person)
To rule against; not permit; prohibit
To caution against specific faults; warn
(South African) Under the former system of apartheid, to deprive (a person suspected of illegal activity) of the right of free movement and association with others.
To utter (a greeting or salutation):
To order, establish, or decide by decree:
To refuse the use of or access to
To order or cause a person or entity to carry out a course of action; more generally, to govern an enterprise or activity. Of a judge, the giving of a verbal instruction to a witness or jury to behave in a certain way, as in, “the witness is directed to answer yes or no to the questions” or “the jury is directed to disregard the defendant’s outburst.”
To establish or apply as compulsory; levy:
To declare unlawful or illegal
To present an argument, especially in a legal case.
To grant license to; to permit; to consent to.
(Intransitive) To have an effect, especially a noticeable one; to be apparent, to be demonstrated.
To exclude or shut out; bar.
To reject as invalid, untrue, or improper.
To decrease, limit, or block the action or function of something in the body, as an enzyme or organ.
To prohibit (an action) or prohibit the use of (a thing); forbid with authority
To deprive of the protection of the law; outlaw
To prohibit or forbid because of tradition, convention, etc.
To one's place of residence or business:
To give orders to
(Impersonal) To have a common expression; used in singular passive voice or plural active voice to indicate a rumor or well-known fact.
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