Definition of 'banned'
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Eventually she strayed from the path of virtue and was banned from the family. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE (2002)Nobody with a three syllable name can expect it to be used, and you always banned `Tony". IN LOVE AND WAR (2002)And bless her, Flora banned Evelyn from the bathroom until I had my turn, her way I suppose of saying thanks about the shopping. SOMEBODY (2002)
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Translations for 'banned'
British English: banned /bænd/ ADJECTIVE
If something is banned, it has been stated officially that it must not be done, shown, or used.
...a banned book.
- American English: banned
- Arabic: مُحَرّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: banido
- Chinese: 被取缔的
- Croatian: zabranjen
- Czech: zakázaný
- Danish: forbudt
- Dutch: verbannen
- European Spanish: prohibido
- Finnish: kielletty kirja, elokuva tms.
- French: interdit
- German: verboten
- Greek: απαγορευμένος
- Italian: proibito
- Japanese: 禁止された
- Korean: 금지된
- Norwegian: forbudt
- Polish: zakazany
- European Portuguese: banido
- Romanian: interzis
- Russian: запрещенный
- Spanish: prohibido
- Swedish: förbjuden
- Thai: ถูกห้าม
- Turkish: yasaklanmış
- Ukrainian: заборонений
- Vietnamese: bị cấm
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