Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Prohibit"

The meaning of "Prohibit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does prohibited mean?
A: Banned/not allowed
Q: What does prohibit not accepting or withdrawing mean?
A: It means you are not allowed/permitted to not accept (if it is a new audit) or you are not allowed/permitted to withdraw (if you are already engaged). In other words you have to accept (for new audits) and you can't leave audits you are already engaged in.

Example sentences using "Prohibit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with prohibited.
A: Smoking is prohibited.
Long-term parking prohibited.

(“Prohibited” means that it is not allowed and that word is usually seen on signs or notes that a posted)
Q: Please show me example sentences with prohibit.
A: Prohibit means don't do.

So: It is prohibited to smoke on airplanes
Q: Please show me example sentences with prohibited.
A: Smoking is prohibited in this area.

Synonyms of "Prohibit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between prohibited and forbidden ?
A: They mean the same thing but "forbidden" sounds more dramatic.
For example, you might see "prohibited" on a straightforward sign telling you not to do something, but "forbidden" is used in names "Forbidden Forest, Forbidden City," or if someone wants to sound dramatic. "The cat gazed wistfully at the forbidden fruit."
Q: What is the difference between prohibit and inhibit and forbid ?
A: Prohibit and forbid are the same. Forbid sounds more archaic -- I don't think I've ever heard it outside of a movie, like the Forbidden Forest in Harry Potter. Prohibit is usually a legal term -- "prohibited by law" is something you see a lot.

Inhibit means to prevent or hold back. Usually it means there is something stopping something from happening, like "inhibitors" in medicine -- the medicine stops the biological process from happening.
Q: What is the difference between prohibit and forbid ?
A: They both mean "to disallow" but prohibit uses rules and regulations, including laws, to prevent or stop you from doing something. You can be fined or punished legally if you go against a prohibition.

"Forbid" is usually for when a parent or teacher or someone with authority over you tells you not to do something because they are not giving you permission to do so. It is not legal or binding but if you respect the person or of that person does have some form of responsibility for you, they can forbid you (not give you permission) to do something. Your obedience is the only thing that's preventing you from doing it.
Q: What is the difference between prohibit and inhibit and restrick and prevent ?
A: Prohibit - to forbid, disallow

Example: Students are prohibited from smoking on school grounds.

Inhibit - to hinder, make a process or action difficult

Example: Never let fear of failure inhibit your life.

Restrict - to limit, to control

Example: Drivers under 18 years of age are restricted to driving only during daylight hours.

Prevent - to stop something from happening, taking measure against future outcomes

Example: Laws are put in place to prevent further crime.






Q: What is the difference between "prohibited" and "forbidden" and "unallowed" and "banned" ?
A: "Forbidden" means refuse to allow (something) or order (someone) not to do something.
Example: It is forbidden to enter this area.

"Prohibited" means formally forbid (something) by law, rule, or other authority.
Example: You are prohibited to smoke in a non-smoking area.

"Ban" is more of a legal way of saying you aren't allowed access to something.
Example: You have been banned from this server.

"Not allowed" is a casual way of saying you are denied from doing or saying something.
Example: You are not allowed to go over to your friend's house until you clean up your room!

I hope this helps. :)

Translations of "Prohibit"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prohibited
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prohibited
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Other questions about "Prohibit"

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Q: Please show me how to pronounce prohibited and condemned.
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Q: I prohibited you to go outside then why did you go outside? does this sound natural?
A: I told you not to go outside. Why did you go outside?
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