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Synonyme von "forbid"
Synonyme von "forbid"
Deutsch Definition von "forbid"
Deutsch Definition von "forbid"
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Men grow beards after they marry but are forbidden to have moustaches. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He did not forbid me from marrying. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is something forbidding about him. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But is it fair to speak of marriage when you're forbidden to marry? Zindell, David The Broken God (1993)Of care, prudence forbids us to make any sure declaration. Christianity Today (2000)As soon as you make a food forbidden, it becomes all you can think about. The Sun (2013)Perhaps that's why there is still something so deliciously forbidden about the idea for women like me. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A sense of loss and political failure is hardening in the people's minds into something more forbidding than mere regret. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I felt that I had done something forbidden. John Cornwell Seminary Boy (2006)


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Übersetzungen für forbid

Britisches Englisch: forbid /fəˈbɪd/ VERB
If you forbid someone to do something, or if you forbid an activity, you order that it must not be done.
The government has forbidden the sale of these products.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: forbid
  • Arabisch: يُحَرِّمُ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: proibir
  • Chinesisch: 禁止
  • Kroatisch: zabraniti
  • Tschechisch: zakázat
  • Dänisch: forbyde
  • Niederländisch: verbieden
  • Europäisches Spanisch: prohibir
  • Finnisch: kieltää
  • Französisch: interdire
  • Deutsch: verbieten
  • Griechisch: απαγορεύω
  • Italienisch: vietare
  • Japanisch: 禁じる
  • Koreanisch: 금하다
  • Norwegisch: forby
  • Polnisch: zakazać
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: proibir
  • Rumänisch: a interzice
  • Russisch: запрещать
  • Spanisch: prohibir
  • Schwedisch: förbjuda
  • Thai: ห้าม
  • Türkisch: yasaklamak
  • Ukrainisch: забороняти
  • Vietnamesisch: cấm


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