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One entry found for interdict.
Main Entry: 2inĚterĚdict
Pronunciation: "in-t&r-'dikt
Function: transitive verb
Date: 15th century
1 : to lay under or prohibit by an interdict
2 : to forbid in a usually formal or authoritative manner
3 a : to destroy, damage, or cut off (as an enemy line of supply) by firepower to stop or hamper an enemy b : INTERCEPT 2a <interdict drug shipments>
synonym see FORBID
- inĚterĚdicĚtion /-'dik-sh&n/ noun
- inĚterĚdicĚtive /-'dik-tiv/ adjective
- inĚterĚdicĚtor /-t&r/ noun
- inĚterĚdicĚtoĚry /-t(&-)rE/ adjective