forbid definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To demand (someone) never to do something: we forbid one to get.
    • To command (someone) to not ever do something: we forbid you to definitely get.
    • To demand up against the doing or use of (anything); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To command contrary to the doing or using (anything); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To demand (someone) not to ever do something: we forbid you to definitely go.
    • to really have the effect of stopping; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • To command (someone) to not take action: I forbid you to definitely go.
    • To have the effectation of avoiding; preclude: Discretion forbids an answer.
    • To command from the performing or utilization of (some thing); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To demand up against the doing or use of (something); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To have the effect of stopping; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • to really have the aftereffect of avoiding; preclude: Discretion forbids an answer.
    • To demand against, or as opposed to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To reject, exclude from, or alert off, by express demand; to demand to not enter.
    • To command against, or as opposed to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To oppose, hinder, or prevent, as if by an effectual demand.
    • To command against, or contrary to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To reject, exclude from, or warn down, by express demand; to command not to enter.
    • To accurse; to blast.
    • To deny, exclude from, or warn off, by express demand; to command not to enter.
    • To demand against, or despite; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To oppose, impede, or avoid, as if by an effectual command.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To deny, exclude from, or warn down, by express demand; to command not to ever enter.
    • To accurse; to shoot.
    • To oppose, impede, or prevent, like by an effectual demand.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To accurse; to shoot.
    • To oppose, impede, or avoid, like by an effectual demand.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To accurse; to blast.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To command (someone) to not take action: I forbid you to go.
    • To demand contrary to the doing or using (something); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To command (someone) not to make a move: we forbid that go.
    • To command from the doing or use of (some thing); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To have the aftereffect of avoiding; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • to truly have the effectation of avoiding; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • To command against, or contrary to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To demand against, or unlike; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To reject, exclude from, or warn down, by present command; to command never to enter.
    • To deny, exclude from, or alert down, by express demand; to demand not to ever enter.
    • To oppose, hinder, or avoid, like by an effectual demand.
    • To oppose, hinder, or avoid, like by an effectual demand.
    • To accurse; to blast.
    • To accurse; to blast.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To command (some one) not to ever make a move: we forbid you to definitely get.
    • To command (some body) never to make a move: I forbid you to go.
    • To command from the doing or utilization of (anything); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To command up against the performing or using (something); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To have the effectation of preventing; preclude: Discretion forbids an answer.
    • To demand against, or unlike; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To reject, exclude from, or alert down, by express demand; to command not to ever enter.
    • To oppose, hinder, or prevent, just as if by an effectual demand.
    • To accurse; to shoot.
    • to truly have the aftereffect of avoiding; preclude: Discretion forbids an answer.
    • To command against, or as opposed to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To deny, exclude from, or alert down, by present demand; to command never to enter.
    • To oppose, impede, or avoid, like by an effectual demand.
    • To accurse; to shoot.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To demand (someone) to not ever do something: we forbid you to go.
    • To command against the performing or using (one thing); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • to truly have the effect of stopping; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • To command (somebody) not to ever do something: I forbid you to definitely get.
    • To demand resistant to the performing or use of (one thing); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To have the effect of preventing; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • To command (somebody) not to ever do something: I forbid you to go.
    • To demand up against the doing or utilization of (something); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To have the aftereffect of avoiding; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • To demand against, or contrary to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To command against, or contrary to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To command (somebody) to not take action: I forbid that get.
    • To demand against, or contrary to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To reject, exclude from, or alert off, by present demand; to demand never to enter.
    • To deny, exclude from, or alert down, by present demand; to demand to not enter.
    • To command resistant to the performing or usage of (some thing); prohibit: forbid smoking on trains.
    • To oppose, hinder, or avoid, as though by an effectual demand.
    • To reject, exclude from, or alert off, by present demand; to demand to not enter.
    • To oppose, impede, or avoid, like by an effectual demand.
    • To have the effect of stopping; preclude: Discretion forbids a reply.
    • To accurse; to blast.
    • To accurse; to shoot.
    • To oppose, impede, or prevent, just as if by an effectual command.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To accurse; to blast.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To defy; to challenge.
    • To demand against, or as opposed to; to prohibit; to interdict.
    • To deny, exclude from, or warn down, by present command; to command to not ever enter.
    • To oppose, impede, or prevent, as if by an effectual demand.
    • To accurse; to shoot.
    • To defy; to challenge.
  • verb:
    • To disallow
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • To proscribe
    • To disallow
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • To proscribe
    • command against
    • avoid happening or arising; make impossible
    • demand against
    • keep from taking place or arising; make impossible
    • command against
    • avoid occurring or arising; make impossible
    • demand against
    • save yourself from occurring or arising; make impossible
    • To disallow
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • To proscribe
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • demand against
    • demand against
    • save yourself from happening or arising; make impossible
    • avoid taking place or arising; make impossible
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • command against
    • keep from taking place or arising; make impossible
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • To disallow
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • To proscribe
    • command against
    • save yourself from happening or arising; make impossible
    • To disallow
    • To proscribe
    • demand against
    • keep from taking place or arising; make impossible
    • command against
    • demand against
    • keep from occurring or arising; make impossible
    • keep from taking place or arising; make impossible
    • command against
    • save yourself from taking place or arising; make impossible
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To utter a prohibition; to avoid; to impede.
    • To utter a prohibition; to avoid; to hinder.
    • To utter a prohibition; to prevent; to hinder.
    • To utter a prohibition; to stop; to hinder.
    • To utter a prohibition; to avoid; to hinder.
    • To utter a prohibition; to prevent; to hinder.
    • To utter a prohibition; to prevent; to impede.
    • To utter a prohibition; to stop; to impede.
    • To utter a prohibition; to prevent; to impede.
    • To utter a prohibition; to prevent; to hinder.
    • To utter a prohibition; to prevent; to hinder.
    • To utter a prohibition; to prevent; to impede.
  • others:
    • To bid or demand, regarding anything, so it shall never be done; prohibit by command, or just like expert; problem an order against, once the doing of or becoming some thing; interdict: usually with an individual as indirect item and an act or thing as direct object: because, to forbid the banns (which, the proclamation of the banns); I forbid you my house (this is certainly, to enter the house).
    • To prohibit the use or action of; placed under ban; restrain within limitations.
    • To prohibit in effect; stand-in how of; prevent: as, an impassable river forbids the method associated with the military.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To bid or demand, concerning a thing, that it shall not be done; prohibit by demand, or much like authority; concern an order against, whilst the doing of or becoming anything; interdict: often with you as indirect item and an act or thing as direct object: as, to forbid the banns (that's, the proclamation regarding the banns); we forbid you my house (this is certainly, to enter the house).
    • To bid or demand, as to something, that it shall not be done; prohibit by demand, or just like authority; issue an order against, as the doing of or becoming one thing; interdict: often with you as indirect item and an act or thing as direct item: because, to forbid the banns (which, the proclamation of banns); I forbid you the house (that's, to enter my house).
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To prohibit the use or action of; put under ban; restrain within limits.
    • To prohibit ultimately; stand in just how of; prevent: as, an impassable river forbids the method of army.
    • To bid or command, regarding a thing, so it shall not be done; prohibit by command, or as with authority; problem an order against, due to the fact doing of or being anything; interdict: frequently with someone as indirect item and an act or thing as direct item: because, to forbid the banns (that is, the proclamation associated with the banns); we forbid you the house (that is, to enter the house).
    • To prohibit the employment or activity of; placed under ban; restrain within limits.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To prohibit in place; stand in the way of; counter: as, an impassable lake forbids the approach associated with army.
    • To prohibit the employment or activity of; placed under ban; restrain within restrictions.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To prohibit essentially; stand-in how of; prevent: as, an impassable river forbids the method for the army.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To bid or demand, concerning anything, that it shall never be done; prohibit by demand, or much like expert; concern an order against, while the doing of or becoming some thing; interdict: usually with you as indirect object and an act or thing as direct object: since, to forbid the banns (that is, the proclamation of the banns); I forbid you my house (this is certainly, to enter my house).
    • To bid or demand, as to a thing, it shall not be done; prohibit by demand, or as with authority; issue an order against, whilst the doing of or being some thing; interdict: frequently with someone as indirect object and an act or thing as direct item: since, to forbid the banns (that's, the proclamation regarding the banns); we forbid you my house (this is certainly, to enter my house).
    • To prohibit the utilization or activity of; put under ban; restrain within limitations.
    • To prohibit the use or action of; put under ban; restrain within limits.
    • To prohibit essentially; stand-in just how of; restrict: as, an impassable lake forbids the strategy associated with the military.
    • To prohibit in effect; stand-in how of; prevent: as, an impassable river forbids the strategy of the army.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To bid or demand, on anything, so it shall never be done; prohibit by command, or just like expert; problem an order against, given that doing of or becoming something; interdict: frequently with you as indirect item and an act or thing as direct item: because, to forbid the banns (this is certainly, the proclamation regarding the banns); we forbid you the house (which, to enter the house).
    • To bid or demand, as to a thing, so it shall never be done; prohibit by command, or much like authority; concern an order against, as doing of or being something; interdict: often with you as indirect object and an act or thing as direct object: since, to forbid the banns (which, the proclamation for the banns); we forbid you the house (that is, to enter my house).
    • To prohibit the use or action of; put under ban; restrain within restrictions.
    • To prohibit the employment or action of; placed under ban; restrain within restrictions.
    • To prohibit essentially; stand-in the way of; restrict: as, an impassable lake forbids the method associated with military.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To prohibit ultimately; stand-in the way in which of; counter: as, an impassable river forbids the method of the military.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To bid or command, on anything, so it shall never be done; prohibit by demand, or much like expert; issue an order against, because the doing of or becoming something; interdict: usually with an individual as indirect object and an act or thing as direct object: as, to forbid the banns (this is certainly, the proclamation for the banns); we forbid you the house (this is certainly, to enter the house).
    • To bid or demand, regarding anything, that it shall not be done; prohibit by command, or just like expert; issue an order against, while the doing of or becoming some thing; interdict: usually with one as indirect item and an act or thing as direct item: since, to forbid the banns (that is, the proclamation regarding the banns); we forbid you my house (that's, to enter my house).
    • To prohibit the use or activity of; put under ban; restrain within limits.
    • To prohibit the use or activity of; placed under ban; restrain within restrictions.
    • To prohibit in effect; stand in the way in which of; restrict: as, an impassable river forbids the method regarding the army.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To prohibit ultimately; stand-in the way of; counter: as, an impassable river forbids the strategy for the army.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To bid or command, concerning anything, so it shall never be done; prohibit by command, or just like authority; concern an order against, since the doing of or being something; interdict: frequently with one as indirect item and an act or thing as direct item: since, to forbid the banns (this is certainly, the proclamation of banns); we forbid you my house (this is certainly, to enter my house).
    • To prohibit the use or action of; placed under ban; restrain within limits.
    • To prohibit essentially; stand-in just how of; counter: as, an impassable lake forbids the method regarding the military.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.
    • To bid or demand, as to anything, so it shall not be done; prohibit by demand, or much like authority; concern an order against, while the doing of or being one thing; interdict: usually with an individual as indirect object and an act or thing as direct object: as, to forbid the banns (that's, the proclamation of this banns); we forbid you my house (that's, to enter my house).
    • To prohibit the utilization or activity of; placed under ban; restrain within limits.
    • To prohibit in place; stand-in the way of; prevent: as, an impassable lake forbids the method associated with the military.
    • To defy; challenge.
    • To utter a prohibition.

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