embargo

embargo
/ɪm'bɑ:gəυ/ noun
1. a government order which stops a type of trade
to lay or put an embargo on trade with a country to say that trade with a country must not take place
The government has put an embargo on the export of computer equipment.
to lift an embargo to allow trade to start again
The government has lifted the embargo on the export of computers.
to be under an embargo to be forbidden
2. a period of time during which specific information in a press release must not be published
(NOTE: plural is embargoes)
verb
1. to stop trade or not to allow trade
The government has embargoed trade with the Eastern countries.
2. not to allow publication of information for a period of time
The news of the merger has been embargoed until next Wednesday.
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‘…the Commerce Department is planning to loosen export controls for products that have been embargoed but are readily available elsewhere in the West’ [Duns Business Month]

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