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veto

noun   /ˈviː·təʊ/ ( plural vetoes)
a decision by someone in authority to not allow something to happen veto
verb   /ˈviː·təʊ/ ( present participle vetoing, past tense and past participle vetoed)
If someone in authority vetoes something, they do not allow it to happen, even though other people have agreed to it. vetar The plan was vetoed by the president.
(Definition of veto from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

veto

verb /ˈviːtəu/ ( 3rd person singular present tense vetoes, past tense, past participle vetoed)
to forbid, or refuse to consent to vetar; vedar They vetoed your suggestion.
(Definition of veto from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “veto”
in Korean 거부권을 행사하다…
in Arabic حَقّ الاعتِراض…
in Malaysian memveto…
in French mettre son veto à…
in Russian налагать вето…
in Chinese (Traditional) 否決, 禁止…
in Italian mettere il veto a…
in Turkish reddetmek, veto etmek…
in Polish zawetować…
in Vietnamese phủ quyết, bác bỏ…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 否决, 禁止…
in Indonesian menolak…
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