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ban

noun [C]
 
 
/bæn/
an official order that prevents someone doing something, or something from happening: ban on sth The police are enforcing the state's ban on the sale of fireworks.impose/enforce/lift a ban They have now lifted the ban on the export of live animals to Europe.
Translations of “ban”
in Arabic حَظْر, مَنْع…
in Korean 금지령…
in Malaysian pengharaman…
in French interdiction…
in Turkish resmi yasaklama, men…
in Italian divieto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指官方)禁止,取締…
in Russian запрет…
in Polish zakaz…
in Vietnamese lệnh cấm…
in Spanish prohibición, veda…
in Portuguese proibição…
in Thai คำสั่งห้าม…
in German das Verbot…
in Catalan prohibició…
in Japanese 禁止(令)…
in Indonesian larangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指官方)禁止,取缔…
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