- n.<正>批准( sanction的名词复数 ); 认可; <正>制裁; <正>约束力;
- v.实施惩罚( sanction的第三人称单数 ); 实施制裁;
Our corre-spondent has been assessing the impact of the sanctions.
The new measures are aimed at tightening existing sanctions.
Sanctions are expected to be among the most contentious issues.
International sanctions were beginning to take effect.
There were strict sanctions against absenteeism.
We intend to apply economic sanctions.
The ministers had expressed the unanimous view that sanctions should remain in place for the present.
Economic sanctions will be lifted once two-thirds of their forces have pulled out.
As the sanctions begin to bite there will be more political difficulties ahead.
In 1935 the League of Nations imposed sanctions against Italy following its invasion of Ethiopia.
A British official said he thought it was an open question whether sanctions would do any good.
"How have the sanctions affected your life in Belgrade?"— 'Well. for one thing. we already have shortages.'
The two leaders had differed on the issue of sanctions.
There is every likelihood that sanctions will work.
Third , economic sanctions are applied against drug - related crimes.
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