Definitions for "Inhibit"
To check; to hold back; to restrain; to hinder.
To restrain (a behavior) by a mechanism involving conscious or unconscious motivations.
Refers to conscious effort that keeps the bladder from contracting. Conscious inhibition of the detrusor reflex.
to put down by force or authority; "suppress a nascent uprising"; "stamp down on littering"; "conquer one's desires"
The process by which a compound prevents, or suppresses, the normal mechanism of a biological molecule. By inhibiting a biological molecule an inhibitor may be able to prevent or reduce a disease process and therefore have potential as a therapeutic.
Bonding non-propellant material to restrict the burning surface of a propellant grain.
A design feature that provides a physical interruption between an energy source and a function (e.g., a relay or transistor between a battery and a pyrotechnic initiator, a latch valve between a propellant tank and a thruster, etc.).
To forbid; to prohibit; to interdict.
to prohibit from doing something.
To cause the rate of (a chemical or biochemical reaction) to proceed slower, or to halt; as, vitamin C inhibits oxidation; penicillins inhibit bacterial cell wall synthesis.
To prevent a drug, enzyme or other chemical from reacting as it normally would.
Keywords:  rogue, lanterns, curtain, desk, front
A way of taking control of a rogue lantern (or lanterns) at the lighting desk during the operation of a show and removing them from any further lighting states, until the inhibit is removed. Can also be used for removing the front of house lighting from a curtain call state.
Keywords:  remote, output, supply, turn, power
This refers to the ability to turn off the output of a power supply from another location.
The ability to electrically turn off the output of a power supply from a remote location.
The capability of remotely switching off the output power of a power supply.
Keywords:  strict, extent, social, young, contact
limit the range or extent of; "Contact between the young was inhibited by strict social customs"
Keywords:  block, counter, counting, input, stop
To stop an action or block data from passing.
Blocking of counter input during counting operation.
Keywords:  disable, see
see disable.