Definitions of "interdict"
  1. A hurdle or restriction that prevents something
  2. An individual or entity that is subject to prohibitions
  3. The act of removing someone's legal capacity to manage their own personal or financial affairs due to mental inability
  4. The act of formally preventing or restricting certain actions or behaviors through authoritative command
  5. The forceful act of stopping or seizing something in transit, such as a shipment of drugs
How to use "interdict" in a sentence
  1. The authorities managed to interdict the smuggling operation before it reached the border.
  2. Due to his mental instability, he was interdicted from managing his own financial affairs.
  3. The government passed a law to interdict the sale of products from endangered species.

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