• Definition for "disallow"
    • To refuse to allow: "[The Federal Government] disallowed…
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disallow definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To refuse to allow: "[The Federal Government] disallowed his ageing and dying parents any reunion with their only son or daughter” ( John Simon).
    • To will not allow: "[The Us Government] disallowed their ageing and dying parents any reunion along with their just child” ( John Simon).
    • To decline as invalid, false, or improper.
    • To decline as invalid, untrue, or poor.
    • To refuse to enable; to reject the force or legitimacy of; to disown and decline.
    • To won't enable; to reject the force or quality of; to disown and decline.
    • To will not allow: "[The Us Government] disallowed his aging and dying parents any reunion making use of their only kid” ( John Simon).
    • To reject as invalid, untrue, or improper.
    • To won't allow; to reject the force or legitimacy of; to disown and decline.
  • verb:
    • To won't enable
    • To refuse to allow
    • To reject as invalid, untrue, or inappropriate
    • To decline as invalid, false, or poor
    • command against
    • demand against
    • To won't enable
    • To decline as invalid, false, or inappropriate
    • command against
  • others:
    • To decline or withhold authorization to and for; will not enable, sanction, grant, or approve; disapprove: as, to disallow products in a free account.
    • To decline or withhold authorization to and for; will not allow, sanction, grant, or authorize; disapprove: as, to disallow items in a free account.
    • To decrease or will not obtain; reject; disown.
    • To decrease or will not receive; reject; disown.
    • Synonyms To prohibit, forbid, condemn, put aside, repudiate.
    • Synonyms To prohibit, forbid, condemn, set-aside, repudiate.
    • To refuse allowance or toleration; withhold sanction.
    • To refuse allowance or toleration; withhold sanction.
    • To decline or withhold authorization to or for; refuse to allow, sanction, grant, or authorize; disapprove: because, to disallow products in a merchant account.
    • To decrease or will not get; reject; disown.
    • Synonyms To prohibit, forbid, condemn, put aside, repudiate.
    • To decline allowance or toleration; withhold sanction.
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