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sanction 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈsaNG(k)SHən/,
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sanctions, plural;
  1. Give official permission or approval for (an action)
    • - only two treatments have been sanctioned by the Food and Drug Administration
  2. Impose a sanction or penalty on

Noun
  1. A threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule
    • - a range of sanctions aimed at deterring insider abuse
  2. Measures taken by a nation to coerce another to conform to an international agreement or norms of conduct, typically in the form of restrictions on trade or on participation in official sporting events

  3. A consideration operating to enforce obedience to any rule of conduct

  4. Official permission or approval for an action
    • - he appealed to the bishop for his sanction
  5. Official confirmation or ratification of a law

  6. A law or decree, esp. an ecclesiastical decree


  1. approve: give sanction to; "I approve of his educational policies"
  2. formal and explicit approval; "a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement"
  3. give authority or permission to
  4. a mechanism of social control for enforcing a society's standards
  5. authority: official permission or approval; "authority for the program was renewed several times"
  6. give religious sanction to, such as through on oath; "sanctify the marriage"
  7. (Sanctions (law)) Sanctions are penalties or other means of enforcement used to provide incentives for obedience with the law, or with rules and regulations. Criminal sanctions can take the form of serious punishment, such as corporal or capital punishment, incarceration, or severe fines. ...
  8. An approval, by an authority, generally one that makes something valid; A penalty, or some coercive measure, intended to ensure compliance; especially one adopted by several nations, or by an international body; A law, treaty, or contract, or a clause within a law, treaty, or contract, ...
  9. (Sanctioned) Competition in accordance with American Bowling Congress or Women s International Bowling Congress rules.
  10. (Sanctioned) Hosted and organized by the WFJF.
  11. (Sanctioned) Penalized. For example, if someone receiving welfare fails to meet work requirements or violates other parts of a state’s welfare policy, penalties are imposed.
  12. (SANCTIONING) Please note that HLF will be sanctioning other events, and not necessarily creating any HLF events and/or an HLF series at this time, as was previously done.
  13. (Sanctions) The penalty for noncompliance specified in a law or decree.
  14. (Sanctions) (+) the punishment for the violation of a law
  15. (Sanctions) a coercive measure adopted usually by a nation or several nations acting together against a nation violating human rights or international law.
  16. (Sanctions) Punishments or reprisals, violent or nonviolent, for either failure to act in the expected or desired manner or for acting in an unexpected or prohibited manner. ...
  17. (Sanctions (of employers)) A prohibition of Section 274A of the Immigration and Nationality Act that makes it unlawful to hire or continue to employ workers who are not authorized to work in the United States. ...
  18. (Sanctions) Damages, restrictions, conditions, or summary judgement ordered by a court for the failure of a party or attorney to comply with a rule, regulation, statute, order or procedure.
  19. (Sanctions) Fees or other penalties ordered by the court for failure to act or for disobeying court orders.
  20. (Sanctions) The standard sanction for an Honor Pledge violation is the assignment of an XF on the student’s transcript. ...
  21. (Sanctions) Under the Rules of Procedure, courts may penalize or sanction a party or counsel for improper behavior, such as making frivolous claims.
  22. (Sanctions) Used in this context to refer to the powers given to the courts and other governmental bodies to penalise those who have broken the law. Use of sanctions is seen most clearly in the context of the criminal law. ...
  23. (Sanctions) When one side or the other violates the rules or acts with bad faith toward the court or another party, the court may (on its own or upon motion by either side) enter an order awarding sanctions to the aggrieved party against the party causing the problem. ...
  24. (Sanctions) may include the dismissal of the claim or counter-claim, preclusion of evidence, admission of facts, payment of fees, costs or attorney's fees or the granting of an award. The Arbitrator may impose sanctions against a party, a representative or both.
  25. (Sanctions) monetary fines imposed when a party violates the law; applies only to the California state system.