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gag ordernoun [C]

/ɡæɡ ˌɔr·dər/ also gag rule, /ɡæɡ ˌrul/
an official order not to discuss something, esp. a legal case: The jurors can't tell us anything because they remain under a gag order.
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gag ordernoun [C]

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