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Translation of "ban" - English-Spanish dictionary

ban

verb   /bæn/ ( present participle banning, past tense and past participle banned)
to officially stop a person or many people from doing something prohibir I think plastic bags should be banned.
noun   /bæn/
an official rule that people must not do or use something prohibición There is a ban on smoking in restaurants.
(Definition of ban from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ban

noun /bӕn/
an order that a certain thing may not be done prohibición, veda a ban on smoking.
(Definition of ban from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ban”
in Korean 금지령…
in Arabic حَظْر, مَنْع…
in Malaysian pengharaman…
in French interdiction…
in Russian запрет…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指官方)禁止,取締…
in Italian divieto…
in Turkish resmi yasaklama, men…
in Polish zakaz…
in Vietnamese lệnh cấm…
in Portuguese proibição…
in Thai คำสั่งห้าม…
in German das Verbot…
in Catalan prohibició…
in Japanese 禁止(令)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指官方)禁止,取缔…
in Indonesian larangan…
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