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disallow

verb [T] uk   us   /ˌdɪs.əˈlaʊ/
to say officially that something cannot be accepted because it has not been done in the correct way: All protests have been disallowed in the city. The England team had two goals disallowed.
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Translations of “disallow”
in Vietnamese không cho phép…
in Spanish rechazar…
in Thai ไม่อนุญาต…
in Malaysian menolak…
in French rejeter…
in German nicht erlauben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不承認, 駁回, 不允許…
in Indonesian menolak…
in Russian отклонять, не засчитывать…
in Turkish reddetmek, onaylamamak, izin vermemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不承认, 驳回, 不允许…
in Polish odrzucać, nie uznawać…
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