debar definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To exclude or shut out; club.
    • To forbid, impede, or prevent.
    • To cut-off from entrance, just as if by a bar or buffer; to preclude; to impede from method, entry, or satisfaction; to shut out or exclude; to reject or decline; -- with from, and sometimes with of.
  • verb:
    • To exclude or shut out; to bar.
    • To prohibit one or business that's been convicted of criminal functions relating to a software for approval of an innovative new medication from participating in future applications.
    • prevent the incident of; restrict from taking place
    • bar temporarily; from college, office, etc.
    • avoid from entering; keep on
  • others:
    • To bar away; shut-out; preclude; exclude; counter from entering; deny right of use of; hinder from method, entry, use, etc.
    • Synonyms To interdict, prohibit, prevent, restrain.

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