Keywords: prohibition, disqualification, forbidden, prohibited, illegal, forbid, prohibit, disqualify, disqualified
As a Noun
1. A law or rule forbidding something. English = prohibition.
2. The act of stopping someone from taking part in an event, activity, or competition because they have broken a law or rule. English = disqualification.
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To be unable to do something because you do not have permission to do it; to be not allowed to so something by some authority, especially the law. English = (be) forbidden, (be) prohibited, (be) illegal.
2. To order someone not to do something, especially in law. English = forbid, prohibit, make illegal.
3. To officially stop someone from taking part in an event, activity, or competition because they have broken a law or rule; or to have this happen to you. English = disqualify; (be) disqualified.
1. Used alone to order someone not to do something. English = 'Stop that!', 'No way, it's forbidden!', and so on.
1. Sometimes used before a verb to mean that there is no way the action is able to be done, either through lack of permission or complete lack of ability. English = can't.