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sanction

[英 [ˈsæŋkʃn] 美 [ˈsæŋkʃən] ]

sanction的意思、解释

过去式:sanctioned;   过去分词:sanctioned;   现在分词:sanctioning;   复数形式:sanctions;

sanction 基本解释

sanction

名词约束力; 制裁,处罚; 批准,认可; 鼓励

及物动词批准; 鼓励,容忍

sanction 同义词

sanction的解释

动词approveO.K.

名词supportauthorizeacceptpermitlicenseapproveallow

sanction是什么意思

sanction 反义词

及物动词interdict

sanction什么意思

sanction 相关例句

及物动词

1. The wrong use of the word is sanctioned by usage.

这词的误用已约定俗成了。

2. The church would not sanction his second marriage.

教会不会认可他的第二次婚姻。

名词

1. Official sanction has not yet been given.

尚未获得正式批准。

2. We received sanction to proceed with our plans.

我们获准继续进行我们的计划。

3. sanction是什么意思

3. There is no sanction for autocracy.

没有人赞成独裁统治。

sanction 双语例句

1. And as in childhood, when existence had no toil beyond the day's simple lesson, no ambition beyond the neighboring approval of the night, I brought to you the morning's task for the evening's sanction, so now I bring to you this self-appointed taskwork of maturer years; less confident indeed of your approval, but not less confident of your love; and anxious only to realize your presence between myself and the public, and to mingle with those severer voices to whose final sentence I submit my work the beloved and gracious accents of your own.

并在童年时,存在没有辛劳超出了一天的简单的教训,没有超出夜间邻近批准的雄心,我为您带来的是晚上的制裁上午的任务,所以现在我给你们带来这个自封taskwork的成熟年;缺乏信心确实是你的批准,但不小于你的爱有信心,并渴望实现你的只有我自己和公众之间的存在,并与这些严厉的声音交织到其最后一句提交我的工作和亲切的心爱你自己的口音。

2. Too complex an undertaking for these guys and Uncle Sam may impose economic sanction and military embargo again.

过于复杂,这些人的承诺和山姆大叔可能对经济制裁和军事封锁了。

3.

3. To give social or moral sanction to.

给予社会或道德上的认可

4. There was no social sanction against married women working

社会不反对已婚妇女工作

5. While we do not approve of exploitive, denigrating forms of sexual expression, neither do we wish to prohibit, by law or social sanction, sexual behavior between consenting adults.

虽然我们不赞成剥削,题材性的表达形式,也同样不希望禁止法律或社会的制裁,成年人之间性行为。

6. There was no social sanction against married women working; on the contrary, wives were expected to help their husbands in their trade and won social approval for doing extra work in or out of the home.

清 教徒的镇议会认为寡妇和未婚女性也应该自食其力,而且在相当长一段时期里,向贫困的老而未婚的女子提供土地。

7. sanction

7. Donald Hambrick, of Pennsylvania State University, asks: Isn't there some element of shame or social sanction that should persuade them to rein themselves in?

宾夕法尼亚州立大学的唐纳德·汉布里克问道:难道不应该有什么廉耻感或社会约束力让他们悬崖勒马吗?

8.

8. Donald Hambrick, of Pennsylvania State University, asks: Isn`t there some element of shame or social sanction that should persuade them to rein themselves in?

宾夕法尼亚州立大学的唐纳德汉布里克问道:难道不应该有什麼廉耻感或社会约束力让他们悬崖勒马吗?

9. Article 18 Any functionary of the judicial administrative organs who commits any act in violation of the laws, regulations and rules shall be given an administrative sanction.

第十八条司法行政机关工作人员在行政管理活动中,有违反法律、法规和规章规定的行为的,依法给予行政处分。

10. The result of Article 6 is that no sanction for non-compliance with a labeling or advertising requirement, even if that requirement concerns the indication of a license, may affect trademark rights.

第6条的结果是,对未遵守标示或广告方面的要求所进行的制裁,即使此一要求涉及关於授权的说明,亦不得对商标权产生影响。

11. With the procedure of seeking replacing policies of prisoning in various countries, community service sanction has broomed and may be applied more widely.

伴随着各国探寻监禁刑替代措施的历程,社区服务刑在国外异军突起,并有扩大适用的趋势,它与罚金和缓刑这两种传统的替代措施一道,在减少监禁刑适用方面发挥着异乎寻常的作用。

12. sanction的意思

12. I can't sanction your methods.

我不能同意你的办法。

13.

13. We have the sanction of the law to do so.

我们这样做是法律许可的。

14. I`m not going to sanction such a ludicrous investment.

我不想批准这么可笑的一笔投资。

15. Happiness is the only sanction of life.

生活的唯一动力是因为幸福。

16. This is to be the work of the Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges.

这将是工作的务实的布尔制裁。

17.

17. But, he added, I do believe that public embarrassment is a sanction.

不过,他补充说,我相信公众的尴尬,是一种制裁。

18. We should set up strict legal liability, including administrative disciplinary measure and economical sanction and pursuit of criminal punishment.

应建立严格的法律责任,包括行政处分、经济制裁和追究刑事责任。

19. The above-mentioned elements also decided the content and change of the A? in that period. The period of the Northern Warlords Government witnessed the formal setting up of the AP system in China. The main contents of the AP system in that period included the following things the general regularities of the scope of taking up AP cases; the department called Pingyiyuan which takes care of the A? cases and the impeachment cases; cases heard in public; using challenge system, collegiate system and law-agent system; loose limitation system; decision after the first instance; irrevocable indictment; the administrative sanction unaffected by the indictment; judgment by the President抯 decision; on-the-spot trial; mainly court hearing, etc.

北洋政府时期,行政诉讼制度在中国正式建立,这一时期行政诉讼制度主要内容有:对行政诉讼受案范围采取概括性的规定;平政院审理行政事件及纠弹事件;实行公开审判制、回避制、合议制及诉讼代理制;规定了较为宽松的时效制度;实行一审终审制;提起行政诉讼后不得撤回;行政诉讼的提起不影响原行政处分的效力;以大总统命令执行行政诉讼裁判;平政院可就地审判;审理方式主要为庭审等。

20. They maybe select audit standards in accordance with the audit sanction purposes and targets. For example, they would use different audit sanction standards to deal with different audit institutions in different areas.

分析审计部门1984年至2006年审计处理数据后发现,在审计处理中存在着根据上期违纪金额确定本期违纪金额大小的现象;审计机关级别不同,审计处理方式不同;对不同审计对象,处罚力度也存在差异。

sanction 词典解释

1. (正式)认可,准许,批准

If someone in authority sanctions an action or practice, they officially approve of it and allow it to be done.

e.g. He may now be ready to sanction the use of force...

他现在可能打算批准使用武力。

e.g. He seemed to be preparing to sanction an increase in public borrowing.

他似乎正准备批准增加公共贷款。

2. (对某国的)制裁

Sanctions are measures taken by countries to restrict trade and official contact with a country that has broken international law.

e.g. In 1935 the League of Nations imposed sanctions against Italy following its invasion of Ethiopia.

1935 年国际联盟在意大利入侵埃塞俄比亚之后对其实施了制裁。

e.g. He expressed his opposition to the lifting of sanctions.

他对解除制裁表示反对。

3. 处罚;制裁;惩罚

A sanction is a severe course of action which is intended to make people obey instructions, customs, or laws.

e.g. As an ultimate sanction, they can sell their shares.

作为最高的处罚,他们可以出售他们的股份。

4. 对…实施制裁;处罚

If a country or an authority sanctions another country or a person for doing something, it declares that the country or person is guilty of doing it and imposes sanctions on them.

e.g. ...their failure to sanction Japan for butchering whales in violation of international conservation treaties.

对日本违反国际保护条约残杀鲸鱼的行为他们未能进行制裁

sanction 单语例句

1. If his action does not divulge an important secret of the State, he shall not be punished under such disciplinary sanction.

2. With Iran waving threats of a firm response to any UN sanction, it also appeared aimed at cooling Tehran's rhetoric and casting Russia as a peacemaker.

3. But Andi said it would be unnecessary to formally sanction undisciplined civil servants.

4. The EU already tightened sanctions against Syria in October by adding the Commercial Bank of Syria to the sanction list.

5. They made the remarks after the US coordinator for sanction implementation hailed the commitment of various countries as " strong and very unified ".

6. Offenders who are found not to have broken the law will be liable to administrative sanction by the public security agency.

7. An administrative law judge will schedule a hearing and determine the appropriate remedial sanction against the firms.

8. Some US congressmen said the new unilateral sanction bill was the biggest hope to force Iran to abandon its nuclear activities.

9. And they should sanction a construction project only with the consent of or minimal opposition from the local people.

10. The document proposes to introduce a new criminal sanction specifically against unauthorized access to the system with malicious intent.

sanction 英英释义

sanction是什么意思

noun

1. a mechanism of social control for enforcing a society's standards

2. the act of final authorization

e.g. it had the sanction of the church

3. official permission or approval

e.g. authority for the program was renewed several times

Synonym: authorityauthorizationauthorisation

4. formal and explicit approval

e.g. a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement

Synonym: countenanceendorsementindorsementwarrantimprimatur

verb

1. give sanction to

e.g. I approve of his educational policies

Synonym: approveO.K.okay

2. give religious sanction to, such as through on oath

e.g. sanctify the marriage

3. give authority or permission to

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