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veto

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈviː.təʊ/ US  /-oʊ/
to refuse to allow something
否決;禁止
In 1961, President De Gaulle vetoed Britain's entry into the Common Market.
1961年,戴高樂總統行使否決權,反對英國加入西歐共同市場。
[+ -ing verb] My boss vetoed my taking any more time off this year.
我的老闆不允許我今年再請假。
Forbidding and banning thingsRefusing and rejecting
Translations of “veto”
in Arabic حَقّ الاعتِراض…
in Korean 거부권을 행사하다…
in Malaysian memveto…
in French mettre son veto à…
in Turkish reddetmek, veto etmek…
in Italian mettere il veto a…
in Russian налагать вето…
in Polish zawetować…
in Vietnamese phủ quyết, bác bỏ…
in Spanish vetar, vedar…
in Portuguese vetar…
in Thai ห้าม, ยับยั้ง…
in German Einspruch erheben gegen…
in Catalan vetar…
in Japanese ~に拒否権を発動する…
in Indonesian menolak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 否决, 禁止…
(Definition of veto verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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