English to Afrikaans Meaning :: ban

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verbod, embargo, inhibisie, taboe, interdik, uitsluiting, uitsetting, vloek, vervlaks, damn, anathema, olifant
verbod, verwens, beshrew, vervloek
verbod, embargo, vloek, vervloek, veroordeel, damn, verbied, veto, beveel, uitsluit, skors, extruderen, verban

Ban    :verbod


Ban - verbod

Banes :: Banes

Bans :: verbod


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1. lift a ban :: hef 'n verbod


1. prohibition :: verbod

2. exclusion :: uitsluiting

3. proscription :: verbod

4. forbidding :: verbied


5. prohibit :: verbied

6. exclude :: uitsluit

7. banish :: verban

8. censor :: censor

9. ostracise :: ostracise


1. allow :: toelaat

2. let :: laat

3. permit :: permit

4. suffer :: ly

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ban, bans

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