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

The meaning of "Veto" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does veto mean?
A: In government it means a constitutional right to reject a decision or proposal made by a law-making body, but if used in a regular conversation it means to not choose or deny something
Q: What does veto mean?
A: Veto means to have the right to reject a decision made by law-makers, such as a group of senators.

To veto, the verb, is to exercise the right, and reject a proposal.

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Synonyms of "Veto" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between veto and disapprove and refuse and deny ?
A: “The president vetoed the decision”
“My parents disapprove of my decision”
“The kid refuses to eat broccoli”
“He was denied access to the building”

Other questions about "Veto"

Q: could you let me know the veto and reject?

can I say that Peter veto my suggestion?

veto could be used for unofficial occasions?
A: veto can be used in unofficial ocassions, and it sounds nicer and more professional than reject, which can sound more mean
Q: That alone vetos my husbandry for the relationship. does this sound natural?
A: I would probably say "that alone would stop me from being committed to the relationship."

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