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prohibit

verb uk   /prəˈhɪb.ɪt/ us  
B2 [T often passive] to officially refuse to allow something: Motor vehicles are prohibited from driving in the town centre. The government introduced a law prohibiting tobacco advertisements on TV. Parking is strictly prohibited between these gates. [T] to prevent a particular activity by making it impossible: The loudness of the music prohibits serious conversation in most nightclubs.
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en coreano -을 법으로 금지하다…
en árabe يَمْنَع…
en francés interdire…
en turco yasaklamak, menetmek…
en italiano proibire…
en chino (tradicionál) 禁止, 阻止, 妨礙…
en ruso запрещать…
en polaco zabraniać, zakazywać…
en español prohibir…
en portugués proibir…
en alemán verbieten…
en catalán prohibir…
en japonés ~を禁止する…
en chino (simplificado) 禁止, 阻止, 妨碍…
(Definition of prohibit from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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