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re·strain·ing order

 (rĭ-strā′nĭng)
n.
A court order preventing a certain action from being taken until a full hearing can be held as to whether that action should be enjoined.
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restraining order

n
(Law) law US an order issued by a civil court to a potential abuser to keep away from those named in the order
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restrain′ing or`der


n.
a judicial order to forbid a particular act until a decision is reached on an application for an injunction.
[1875–80]
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Translations
inhibitoriainterdictojuicio de amparo
lähestymiskielto
nálgunarbann

restraining order

[rɪsˈtreɪnɪŋˌɔːdəʳ] N (Jur) → interdicto m
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restraining order

n (Jur) → Verbotsverfügung f; to get a restraining order (against somebody)eine gerichtliche (Verbots)verfügung (gegen jdn) erwirken
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