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Definition of inhibition:
- the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding ( or an instance thereof); " they were restrained by a prohibition in their charter"; " a medical inhibition of alcoholic beverages"; " he ignored his parents' forbiddance"
- the quality of being inhibited
- A stopping or checking of an already present action; a restraining of the function of an organ, or an agent, as a digestive fluid or ferment, etc.; as, the inhibition of the respiratory center by the pneumogastric nerve; the inhibition of reflexes, etc.
- A writ from a higher court forbidding an inferior judge from further proceedings in a cause before; esp., a writ issuing from a higher ecclesiastical court to an inferior one, on appeal.
- The diminution or arrest of function in an organ. Interference in the cerebral pathways between an afferent impulse and the direct motor response.
- Checking organic power through nerve centre.
- The act of inhibiting or restraining: the state of being inhibited: prohibition: a writ from a higher court to an inferior judge to stay proceedings.
- Prohibition; a writ to forbid a judge from proceeding further in a cause before him; a writ to prevent one from alienating his heritable estate until the debt of a creditor is paid.
- Restraint; a writ from a higher to a lower court to stay proceedings; in Scot., a process in law which hinders or restrains a wife from burdening her husband with debts.
- Prohibition or checking of an action already commenced.
- [ Latin] Prohibition, or checking, of an action or process.