forbidden

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[fəˈbɪdn]
[fərˈbɪdn]

adj.

v.

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  • 禁止;
  • 禁止的;
  • 禁用的;
  • 被禁止的
1. ADJ 禁止的;不准的 If something is forbidden, you are not allowed to do it or have it. 
  • Smoking was forbidden everywhere...

    到处都禁止吸烟。

  • It is forbidden to drive faster than 20mph.

    车速不得超过每小时 20 英里。

2. ADJ 禁止进入的;谢绝参观的 A forbidden place is one that you are not allowed to visit or enter. 
  • This was a forbidden area for foreigners.

    这里曾经禁止外国人进入。

3. ADJ-GRADED 令人反感的;忌讳的 Forbidden is used to describe things that people strongly disapprove of or feel guilty about, and that are not often mentioned or talked about. 
  • The war was a forbidden subject...

    战争曾经是人们避讳的话题。

  • Men fantasise as a substitute for acting out forbidden desires...

    人类通过幻想宣泄压抑的欲望。

  • Divorce? It was such a forbidden word.

    离婚?这个词可不能轻易说出口。

adj.

1. 不允许的, 被禁止的

  • Smoking is forbidden.
  • 严禁吸烟。
  • Smoking is strictly forbidden on school premises.
  • 校內严禁吸烟。

2. 禁果(由于被禁止而更想得到的东西)

  • He felt very attracted to his best friend’s wife, but admitted that it was partly because she was forbidden fruit.
  • 他觉得他最好的朋友的老婆很有魅力,可是也承认部份是因为得不到的总是好的。
Adjective

1. excluded from use or mention;

  • "forbidden fruit"
  • "in our house dancing and playing cards were out"
  • "a taboo subject"

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