embar definition

  • verb:
    • To enclose (as though behind taverns); to imprison.
    • To prohibit, debar (somebody from doing something).
    • To enclose (like behind bars); to imprison.
    • To prohibit, debar (some body from doing one thing).
    • To enclose (as if behind pubs); to imprison.
    • To prohibit, debar (some body from performing something).
  • verb-transitive:
    • To bar or shut-in; to inclose firmly, much like taverns.
    • to get rid of; to hinder by prohibition; to prevent up.
    • To bar or shut-in; to inclose securely, as with pubs.
    • To stop; to impede by prohibition; to block up.
    • To bar or shut-in; to inclose securely, just like pubs.
    • to get rid of; to hinder by prohibition; to stop up.
  • others:
    • To bar; near or fasten with a bar; make quickly.
    • To inclose so as to impede egress or escape; club up or in.
    • to get rid of; obstruct; club away.
    • To bar; close or fasten with a bar; make quickly.
    • To inclose to be able to hinder egress or escape; bar up or perhaps in.
    • to avoid; obstruct; bar out.
    • To bar; close or fasten with a bar; make fast.
    • To inclose in order to impede egress or escape; bar up or perhaps in.
    • To stop; obstruct; bar out.

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