- vt.禁止，下令禁止; 剥夺权利; [古]诅咒;
- n.禁止，禁令; 谴责; 诅咒，诅骂; 革出教门;
- 复数: bans;
- 第三人称单数: bans;
- 过去式: banned;
- 过去分词: banned;
- 现在分词: banning;
a ban on the dumping of radioactive waste at sea
A MORI poll showed that 68% of people opposed the ban.
If police breathalyse me and find I am over the limit I face a long ban.
If this ban was to come in it would seriously damage my business.
The ban on Sunday shopping could be on its way out before Christmas.
Until now, the government has only enforced the ban with regard to American ships.
The spokesman stressed that the measures did not amount to an overall ban.
Top supermarkets are to ban many genetically modified foods.
Britain's health experts are pushing for a ban on all cigarette advertising.
The Canadian Supreme Court ruled that the State can ban pornographic images which "denigrate women".
He received the original ban last week after stamping on the referee'sfoot during the supercup final.
A judge has suspended a ban on the magazine pending a full inquiry.
Although tobacco ads are prohibited, companies get around the ban by sponsoring music shows.
The National Union of Mineworkers pressed the party to support a total ban on imported coal.
I don't think we can go round screaming hysterically: "Ban these dogs. Muzzle all dogs."
Union leaders had urged miners to vote in favour of an overtime ban.
The government slapped a ban on the export of unprocessed logs.
Johnson returned to the track after his ban but was a shadow of his former self.
A multilateral nuclear test ban treaty was to be signed.
The union has imposed a ban on overtime.
The new law extends this ban beyond 2002.
There was a ban on political protests during the pilgrimage.
Good manners ban abusive language anyplace.
The committee ruled that the US ban constituted an infringement of free trade.
There is a ban on smoking in petrol stations.
Suzhou has a ban on parking cars in this busy street.
The wartime ban against dancing has been lifted.
Nicaraguan naval authorities had banned sea travel in the area because of bad weather and strong winds, but the tour boat proceeded anyway.
Vietnam banned its exports for several months for the same reason.
The trend began in 2007, when leading wheat-exporting countries such as Russia and Argentina limited or banned their exports, in hopes of increasing local food supplies and thereby bringing down domestic food prices.
That's because he plans to ban tipping in favor of paying his servers an actual living wage.
Laws can restrict or ban voting, access to public housing, and professional and business licensing.
In some American cities, peer-to-peer taxi services have been banned after lobbying by traditional taxi firms.
One could remove junk food to the back of the store and ban them from the shelves at checkout lines.
Banning the sharing of users' personal information.
Let us hope these do not include banning gender pronouns,policing children's play, implementing more gender quotas, or treating women's special attachment to home and family as a social injustice.
Robert Summers, who has taught at Cornell Law School for about 40 years, announced this week in a detailed, footnoted memorandum - that he would ban laptop computers from his class on contract law.
I would ban that too if I knew the students were using it in class
Professor Robert Summers at Cornell Law School banned laptop computers from his thinks qualified lawyers need to possess a broad array of complex reasoning abilities.
But I hear her apartment building is about to place a ban on pet animals.
Mary is not happy with the ban on pet animals
The parliament also agreed to ban websites that “incite excessive thinness” by promoting extreme dieting.
The bans, if fully enforced, would suggest to women ( ' , and many men) that they should not let others be arbiters of their beauty.
And the ban on ultra-thin models seems to go beyond protecting models from starving themselves to death – as some have done.
Calls to disassemble all telescopes on Mauna Kea or to ban future development there ignore the reality that astronomy and Hawaiian culture both seek to answer big questions about who we are, where we come from and where we are going.
1. a decree that prohibits something
2. 100 bani equal 1 leu
3. 100 bani equal 1 leu
4. an official prohibition or edict against something
1. prohibit especially by legal means or social pressure;
"Smoking is banned in this building"
2. forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper)
3. ban from a place of residence, as for punishment
4. expel from a community or group
forbid, prohibit, ban