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  • injunctive — in·junc·tive /in jəŋk tiv/ adj: of or relating to an injunction granted injunctive relief Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. injunctive …   Law dictionary

  • Injunctive — may refer to: *Injunction, a legal concept *Injunctive mood, a linguistic concept …   Wikipedia

  • injunctive — 1620s, from L. injunct , pp. stem of injungere (see ENJOIN (Cf. enjoin)) + IVE (Cf. ive). As a term in grammar, from 1910 …   Etymology dictionary

  • injunctive — I. ŋ(k)tiv adjective Etymology: Latin injunctus + English ive 1. a. : constituting an order, prohibition, or admonition : enjoining …   Useful english dictionary

  • injunctive — noun a) A verbal mood in Sanskrit characterized by secondary endings but no augment, and usually looked like an augmentless aorist or imperfect. b) A verbal lexeme in injunctive mood …   Wiktionary

  • injunctive — injunction ► NOUN 1) Law a judicial order restraining a person from an action, or compelling a person to carry out a certain act. 2) an authoritative warning. DERIVATIVES injunctive adjective. ORIGIN Latin, from injungere join, attach, impose …   English terms dictionary

  • injunctive — adjective see injunction …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • injunctive — См. ingiuntivo …   Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов

  • injunctive — adj. pertaining to an prohibitive order issued by a court (Law); prohibitive, forbidding …   English contemporary dictionary

  • injunctive — in·junc·tive …   English syllables

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