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EMBARGO [əmˈbärɡō]

embargo (noun) · embargoes (plural noun)

  • an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.
  • an official prohibition on any activity.
Synonyms: ban . bar . veto . moratorium . prohibition . proscription . interdict . injunction . sanction . restriction . barrier . avoidance . shunning . rejection . refusal . thumbs down . red light . knock-back . approval . ban . bar . prohibition . stoppage . interdict . proscription . veto . moratorium . restriction . restraint . blockage . check . barrier . impediment . obstruction . hindrance . boycott .

embargo (verb) · embargoes (third person present) · embargoed (past tense) · embargoed (past participle) · embargoing (present participle)

  • impose an official ban on (trade or a country or commodity).
  • officially ban the publication of.
Synonyms: boycott . ostracize . avoid . ignore . black . ban . bar . prohibit . stop . interdict . debar . proscribe . outlaw . restrict . restrain . block . check . impede . obstruct . hinder . boycott . blacklist . ostracize . allow .

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1. Embargoes may be put in place for any number of reasons

2. For instance, a government may place a trade Embargo against another country to express its disapproval with that country’s policies

3. But governments are not the only bodies that can place Embargoes.

4. An Embargo is a government order that restricts commerce with a specified country or the exchange of specific goods

5. An Embargo is a government-ordered restriction of commerce or exchange with one or more countries

6. During an Embargo, no goods or services may be imported from or exported to the Embargoed country or countries

7. Unlike military blockades, which may be viewed as acts of war, Embargoes are legally-enforced barriers to trade.

8. Embargoes sanctions (CRIMEA - REGION OF UKRAINE, CUBA, IRAN, NORTH KOREA, SUDAN, and SYRIA) prohibit ALL transactions (including imports and exports) without a license authorization

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11. El Embargo is named after the legislation that cut off Cuba and the United States from one another back in 1962

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13. After the failure of the Embargo Act of 1807, the federal government of the United States took little interest in imposing Embargoes and economic sanctions against foreign countries until the 20th century

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16. Embargo, legal prohibition by a government or group of governments restricting the departure of vessels or movement of goods from some or all locations to one or more countries

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18. Boycott, Embargo- A boycott is an organized popular protest, named for Captain Charles C

19. Boycott (1832-97), a land agent in Ireland to whom this was done in 1880; an Embargo is usually imposed by a government

20. See 5 authoritative translations of Embargo in English with example sentences, phrases and audio pronunciations.

21. 6 synonyms of Embargo from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 27 related words, definitions, and antonyms

22. Embargo: an order that something not be done or used.

23. Synonyms for Embargo in Free Thesaurus

24. 33 synonyms for Embargo: ban, bar, block, barrier, restriction, boycott, restraint, check, prohibition

25. The Embargo Act of 1807 was an attempt by President Thomas Jefferson and the U.S

26. Embargo (plural Embargoes or Embargos) An order by the government prohibiting ships from leaving port

27. / ɪmˈbɑː.ɡoʊ / plural Embargoes an order to temporarily stop something, especially trading or giving information: They have put an Embargo on imports of clothing

28. The police asked for a news Embargo

29. See 2 authoritative translations of Sin Embargo in English with example sentences and audio pronunciations.

30. Embargo prevents the target using any items for five turns

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33. Pro 4 Cuban-Americans support the Embargo

34. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), the Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, a Cuban-American, and long-time proponent of the Embargo, wrote in a press release, “In addition to imposing economic pressure on the Castro regime and holding it accountable for actions against U.S

35. Interests, the Embargo is a moral stance against the …

36. An Embargo is a government restriction placed on the import or export of goods, services, currency, and other values to any other country or state

37. Embargoes can be placed on specific categories of goods, scientific and technical information

38. Boycott, Embargo - A boycott is an organized popular protest, named for Captain Charles C

39. Boycott (1832-97), a land agent in Ireland to whom this was done in 1880; an Embargo is usually imposed by a government

40. The Embargo Act of 1807 was a general trade Embargo on all foreign nations that was enacted by the United States Congress.As a successor or replacement law for the 1806 Non-importation Act and passed as the Napoleonic Wars continued, it represented an escalation of attempts to coerce Britain to stop any impressment of American sailors and to respect American sovereignty and neutrality but also

41. Embargo: 1 n a government order imposing a trade barrier Synonyms: trade Embargo , trade stoppage Type of: import barrier , trade barrier any regulation or policy that restricts international trade v prevent commerce “The U.S

42. Embargoes Libya” Type of: block , halt , kibosh , stop stop from happening or developing v ban the publication of

43. An Embargo is any event that prevents the freight from being accepted or handled

44. Why and when do carriers implement Embargoes? Most LTL carriers are operating at full capacity and Embargoes are one way that carriers can manage their overwhelming volumes

45. ‘In October 1973, Arab states imposed an Embargo on oil shipments to the US in response to the Arab-Israeli War, causing shortages and a doubling of prices.’ ‘Among the possible options would be an Embargo on the sale or trade of weapons to Sudan, or an Embargo on …

46. The Embargo was the result of a rapid decline in U.S.-Cuban relations

47. An oil Embargo would also hurt Italy and Germany, the main importers of Libya’s high quality crude

48. 2 an official order stopping information from being made public until a particular date or time We need to know when the Embargo on the press release will be lifted

49. What does Embargo mean? The definition of an Embargo is a government ban on moving commercial ships in and out of certain ports, or a restrictio

50. Embargo against Cuba is a series of trade and travel restrictions enacted in response to the Cuban Revolution

51. Since the 1960s, the United States has imposed an Embargo against Cuba, the Communist island nation 90 miles off the coast of Florida

52. The Embargo, known among Cubans as “el bloqueo” or “the blockade,” consists of economic sanctions against Cuba and restrictions on Cuban travel and commerce for all people and companies under US jurisdiction.

53. See synonyms for Embargo along with related words and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

54. In the middle of a gasoline Embargo and finding himself in a strange predicament, Nuno becomes mysteriously confined to his car, finding his life suddenly …

55. ‘In October 1973, Arab states imposed an Embargo on oil shipments to the US in response to the Arab-Israeli War, causing shortages and a doubling of prices.’ ‘Among the possible options would be an Embargo on the sale or trade of weapons to Sudan, or an Embargo on …

56. The Embargo came at a time of heightened tensions with Iran, and fractured Gulf Arab unity

57. In March 1974, the Embargo against the United States was lifted after U.S

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59. An Embargo preceded the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 “It makes logical sense: Whenever you have a shortage of raw materials in the world, it historically has led to war.”

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