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prohibit in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprohibitpro‧hib‧it /prəˈhɪbɪt $ proʊ-/ ●●○ AWL verb [transitive]  1 SCLFORBIDto say that an action is illegal or not allowed syn ban, forbid Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the factory.be prohibited from doing something They are prohibited from revealing details about the candidates. Grammar Prohibit is usually passive in this meaning.see thesaurus at forbid2 STOP something THAT IS HAPPENING formal to make something impossible or prevent it from happening→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
prohibitSelling alcohol to people under 21 is prohibited.The U.S. prohibited all flights to the country while the war was in progress.Its purpose is to secure religious liberty in the individual by prohibiting any invasions thereof by civil authority.However, this ideal is prohibited by the urbanisation of our environment.Tabai, who had been President since independence, was constitutionally prohibited for serving a further term in office.Can an underground newspaper be prohibited from criticizing school policies?His poor eyesight prohibited him from becoming a pilot.In 1972 the Government of Sind Province declared the river dolphin protected by law and prohibited its killing and trapping.Fidelity yesterday announced a new policy prohibiting its managers from discussing specific companies with the media.Vanreenen relinquished his membership and served as secretary for six years; the Honorable Company prohibits members from working for the club.Certain religions may prohibit particular types of food, alcoholic drink or restrict dress.Mexican law prohibits the clergy from teaching in universities and schools.International Law prohibits the use of chemical weapons.be prohibited from doing somethingAt that time, there were laws that prohibited blacks from owning property.