estopped

 
[ɪs'tɒpt]     [ɪs'tɒpt]    
  • v. 禁止(阻止;防止)

estopped的用法和样例:

例句

  1. For example, the word estoppel is often used in the verb form estop.
    例如衡平法不得自驳这字词,常作不得的动词式 用。
  2. But many people in the trade said that although Dong Qing three defendants are estopped the scene from the legal practice, be able to fully脱罪unlikely.
    但不少业内人士表示,虽然董正青等三被告现场翻供,但从法律实践看,能够完全脱罪的可能性很小。
  3. That is, he might be able to prevent, or “estop,” you from using that argument as a defense, because of his reliance on your actions.
    也就是说,他也许能“禁止(你)翻供”,或防止你利用这场争端作为防卫,由于他对你行为的依赖。
  4. As a result, the party signing the consent settlement would not be estopped from denying legal liability if a private party, such as a competitor or a customer, later brought a civil damage action against the respondent based on the same set of facts.
    其结果是,签署同意和解的当事人不会受到禁止翻供的制约,如果私人当事人(如竞争对手或客户)以后基于同样的事实提起民事索赔诉讼,被告仍可否认法律责任。
  5. Viewing the issue from the administrator's side, is the agency estopped from changing its position if the regulated party relies on advice that is later discovered to be erroneous?
    若从行政官员的角度看待此问题,就是:如果受调整的当事人信赖了其后发现是错误的咨询意见,机关是否被禁止翻供,不得改变其立场?
  6. Expanding on this theme, the Supreme Court has generally given primacy to the general public interest in effective law enforcement, and has refused to estop the government when it gives erroneous advice.
    据此,法院驳回制造商的论点。 在扩大这一主题的基础上,最高法院在有效执法时通常给予公共利益以首要位置,并且在政府提供了错误咨询意见时,拒绝禁止政府翻供。

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