English to Catalan Meaning of proscription - proscripció

Proscription :

proscripció, prohibició, exili, expulsió, expatriació

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Definitions of proscription in English
Noun(1) a decree that prohibits something(2) rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscribing someone
Examples of proscription in English
(1) the proscription of the party after the 1715 Rebellion(2) With respect, I think you are drawing a far too narrow proscription .(3) The offences under sections 11 to 13 are all direct consequences of proscription .(4) In May 1794 the Dublin Society was included in the wave of proscription which was then afflicting most anti-government organizations.(5) He also suggested the government remove the entire part concerning the proscription of local organisations found to be endangering national security.(6) Whether done by the Attorney General or a judge proscription should not be allowed.(7) The name of Middleton was unpopular, and his proscription very naturally tempted me to peruse his writings and those of his antagonists.(8) By the way, there is no requirement from the UN Security Council for a general proscription power to be enacted.(9) There are no provisions for banned passengers to see the accusatory information or contest their proscription .(10) Guilt is the operation of law, a proscription by law, upon conduct.(11) There should, in short, never be a blanket proscription of expression.(12) Personally, I am strongly opposed to proscription in any form.(13) Both sets of norms rest ultimately upon a fundamental principle of proscription concerning the infliction of militarily ' unnecessary suffering '.(14) Oblivious to carb counts, I ended up following the main proscription of popular low-carb diets: no refined carbohydrate foods.(15) Many Islamic states for reasons of religious proscription have no such debate.(16) Dr. Pipa did not shun away from the traditional understanding of Isaiah 58: 13-14 and its proscription of worldly employments and recreations.
(1) proscribe ::
(2) pro ::
(3) scribe ::
2. ban ::
3. condemnation ::
1. prescription ::
Different Forms
proscription, proscriptions
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