I forbid

Latin translation: veto

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English term or phrase:I forbid
Latin translation:veto
Entered by: evaesse
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23:14 Jan 15, 2002
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Government / Politics / Government
English term or phrase: I forbid
to forbid something to happen
Brittany
veto
Explanation:
veto

just another idea :)

hth
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Summary of answers provided
4 +2veto
evaesse
5Impedio
Flavio Ferri-Benedetti
4prohibeo
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Impedio


Explanation:
Hi Brittany,

as simple as that!

"Impedio!"

Hope it helps!

FLavio

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Note added at 2002-01-16 09:06:33 (GMT)
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Definitely \"Veto\" :) Though, Impedio is not totally wrong. Softer, I would say.



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Flavio Ferri-Benedetti
Spain
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neutral  evaesse: impedio is more "prevent" than "forbid"
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  -> You are completely right! :)
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veto


Explanation:
veto

just another idea :)

hth

evaesse
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agree  Nigel Patterson: Hence the English usage, obviously.
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agree  stefano_t
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prohibeo


Explanation:

prohibeo


Good luck!

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