- n. [管理]禁令（injunction 的復數）；指令；警告
1.We hear endless injunctions to build a sense of community among staff.
2.A gang that murders people will be harried by civil injunctions and crackdowns on petty probation violations.
3.We hear endless injunctions to managers to build commitment and a sense of community among their staff.
4.It is usually the opposite of a prohibitory injunction but there are mandatory injunctions which have a similar effect to specific performance.
5.The lawyers threatened “proceedings to include claims for injunctions, damages, interest and legal costs (which could be substantial).”(7)
6.In the past decade, the Justice Department's tax Division has obtained injunctions against hundreds of tax return preparers and tax fraud promoters.