Definition of 'outlaw'
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It became so bad that prison bosses also outlawed the main ingredients, sugar and fruit. The Sun (2017)The FA outlawed the practice in 2008 ruling that it encouraged players to be bought and sold to allow unscrupulous investors to cash in. The Sun (2016)This outlawed the use of such evidence save in certain specified exceptional circumstances. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Was a particular outlaw forced into crime by social conditions? FINGERPRINTS: Murder and the Race to Uncover the Science of Identity (2002)The proposals would also outlaw guaranteed bonuses. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We have outlawed play and banned childhood. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Office staff and visitors are also outlawed from munching the confectionery on school grounds. The Sun (2016)In previous years the island has also outlawed wooden clogs and the wearing of bikinis in town. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Its members fought a valiant and largely successful battle to overturn the legal structure of segregation and to outlaw racial discrimination. Christianity Today (2000)And age discrimination will be outlawed. The Sun (2008)The judges held that a directive outlawing discrimination at work on the ground of disability extends to those caring for disabled people. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They don't want merely to lower the termination limit but aim to outlaw the practice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So credit to the Government for saying it will act fast to outlaw the practice. The Sun (2016)But there is pressure to outlaw the practice if the undisclosed details were completely unconnected to the cause of death or forgotten inadvertently. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Discount offers should be outlawed and a ban considered for promotions by clinics, such as billboard adverts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The money has been used to build high-tech vessels that are routinely breaching quotas and using outlawed fishing practices. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Actors were expecting to be banned from lighting up on stage when the Government outlaws smoking in public places next summer. Times, Sunday Times (2006)At 76, the legendary country outlaw just gets better and better. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'outlaw'
British English: outlaw VERB
When something is outlawed, it is made illegal.
The practice has now been outlawed.
British English: outlaw NOUN
An outlaw is a criminal who is hiding from the authorities.
He was an outlaw, a bandit, a criminal.
Definition of outlaw from the Collins English Dictionary
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