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Translation of "prohibit" - English-Spanish dictionary

prohibit

verb /prəˈhibit/
to forbid
prohibir
Smoking is prohibited.
prohibition /prəuiˈbiʃən/ noun the act of prohibiting
prohibición
We demand the prohibition by the government of the sale of this drug.
a rule, law etc forbidding something
prohibición
The headmaster issued a prohibition against bringing knives into school.
Translations of “prohibit”
in Arabic يَمْنَع…
in Korean -을 법으로 금지하다…
in Malaysian melarang…
in French interdire…
in Turkish yasaklamak, menetmek…
in Italian proibire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 禁止, 阻止, 妨礙…
in Russian запрещать…
in Polish zabraniać, zakazywać…
in Vietnamese cấm…
in Portuguese proibir…
in Thai ห้าม…
in German verbieten…
in Catalan prohibir…
in Japanese ~を禁止する…
in Indonesian melarang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 禁止, 阻止, 妨碍…
(Definition of prohibit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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