v. t.) To forbid; to interdict. *&&*n.) A prohibition, or proscription.
A wheat import ban was enacted.
They threatened to ban the book.
The ban cannot be legally enforced.
The statewide driving ban doesn’t lift until 4 pm today.
Smoking is banned in the train.
She proposed that the book be banned.
Cigarette advertising should be banned.
He was banned from driving for three years.
The runner used a banned stimulant to increase his performance.
Some people believe that experiments on animals should be banned.
TV firms were later banned from screening any pictures of the demo.
Fox hunting used to be popular in Boxing Day. But now it is banned.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has banned grain exports until the end of the year.
If found guilty, Mr Walesa faced being banned from holding public office for 10 years.
He will be banned from international competition for four years.
The book was banned in the US, as were two subsequent books.
Private cars are banned from the city on alternate days.
The film was banned on the grounds of public decency.
Hypnotism is banned by public schools in San Diego.
Smoking might be banned totally in most buildings.
After the accident, he was banned from driving.
Bicycles are banned from the new superhighway.
The treaty bans the use of chemical weapons.
The treaty bans atomic bombs and hydrogen bombs.