- v.实施惩罚( sanction的过去式和过去分词 ); 实施制裁;
The wrong pronunciation of the word is sanctioned by public usage.
The wrong use of the word is sanctioned by usage.
I will keep the law given by God, sanctioned by man.
我将遵守上帝颁发 、 世人认可的法律.
Who sanctioned bombing the town?
That expression has been sanctioned by usage.
The principle sanctioned by fiat what was evidently empirically correct but not yet logically established.
By accepting the Andromeda, I sanctioned it.
Sanctioned Psykers are used in some regiment of the Imperial Guard.
But risk - to - benefit ratios are always considered before new treatments are sanctioned.
Justice is the means by which established in - justices are sanctioned.
正义是对业已确立的 非 正义的制裁.
The board sanctioned the expenditure of 1.2 m on the development project.
An illegal struggle takes illegal forms is not sanctioned by the enemy.
The Dominican order was sanctioned by Pope Honorius III.
Not everything that falls under this heading is a sanctioned prohibition.
The extreme sport club members sanctioned recruiting of people under eighteen.
1. conforming to orthodox or recognized rules;
"the drinking of cocktails was as canonical a rite as the mixing"- Sinclair Lewis
2. formally approved and invested with legal authority
3. established by authority; given authoritative approval;
"a list of approved candidates"