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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Kanun) menetme
(Politika, Siyaset) men etme
(Ticaret) yasaklama emri
{i} içki yasağı
(isim) yasaklama, yasak, içki yasağı (amer.tar.)
prohibitionistiçki yasağı taraftarı
{i} yasak emri
{i} içki yasağı (amer.(Tarih) )
{f} yasaklamak
prohibition era
yasak bölge
prohibition of stopping
durma yasağı
prohibition of association
cemiyet yasağı
prohibition of competition
(Ticaret) rekabet memnuiyeti
prohibition of competition
(Ticaret) rekabet yasağı
prohibition of fishing
(Askeri) balıkçılık yasağı
prohibition of import
(Ticaret) ithal yasağı
{f} yasak etmek
men etme
(Kanun) men etmek

Silah ihracatı yasaklandı. - The export of arms was prohibited.

Ebeveynlerim Tom'u tekrar görmemi yasakladılar. - My parents prohibited me from seeing Tom again.


Okulun kıyafet kodu saçınızı doğal olmayan bir rengi boyamanızı yasaklıyor. - The school's dress code prohibits dyeing your hair a non-natural color.

Sağlığının az olması onu seyahatten alıkoydu. - Poor health prohibited him from traveling.

export prohibition
ihracat yasağı
engel olmak
olanak vermemek

Silah ihracatı yasaklandı. - The export of arms was prohibited.

Silah ihracatı yasaklandı. - Arms export was prohibited.

writ of prohibition
yasaklar listesi
{f} önüne geçmek
export prohibition
ihracat yasağı, ihraç yasağı
the prohibition of the use of force
kuvvet kullanma yasağı
resmen menetmek
mani olmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
any of several periods during which the manufacture, transportation, import, export, and sale of alcoholic beverages were restricted or illegal
A law that prohibits something, especially alcohol
An act of prohibiting, forbidding, disallowing, or proscribing something
a decree or an order forbidding something
{n} the act of forbidding or hindering
In the United States, Prohibition was the law that prevented the manufacture, sale, and transporting of alcoholic drinks between 1919 and 1933. Prohibition also refers to the period when this law existed. A prohibition is a law or rule forbidding something. a prohibition on discrimination. prohibitions against feeding birds at the airport. see also prohibit. the period from 1919 to 1933 in the US when the production and sale of alcoholic drinks was illegal. Legal prevention of the manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcoholic beverages. In the U.S., the Prohibition movement arose out of the religious revivalism of the 1820s. Maine passed the first state Prohibition law in 1846, ushering in a wave of such state legislation. The drive toward national Prohibition was fueled by the Anti-Saloon League, founded in 1893. With Prohibition already adopted in 33 states, the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution went into effect in 1920. Prohibition was embraced with varying degrees of enthusiasm in different parts of the country, and enforced accordingly. In urban areas, bootlegging gave rise to organized crime, with such gangsters as Al Capone. In part because of the rise in crime, its supporters gradually became disenchanted with it. The 21st Amendment repealed the 18th in 1933, and by 1966 all states had also abandoned Prohibition
{i} (1919-1933) period during which the Eighteenth Amendment was in effect and the sale manufacture and transportation of alcoholic beverages was illegal (U.S. History)
The banning of the production, transportation, sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages In Alberta during Prohibition, liquor could not be sold or manufactured, and from 1918 could not be transported into or outside of the province However, drinks containing two percent or less alcohol and those prescribed for medicinal, scientific or sacramental purposes were permitted
Specifically, the forbidding by law of the sale of alcoholic liquors as beverages
something that is forbidden, disallowed, or proscribed; something illegal or illicit
National Prohibition in the U S ran from roughly January, 1919 through December, 1933 During that period, beverage alcohol could not be legally produced, transported or sold Limited exceptions were for medical purposes Widespread defiance of Prohibition led to the growth of popularity in the U S of Scotch and Canadian Whisky, which were imported illegally
Categories Category 1: An immediate prohibition including an immediate brake, steering or tyre defect; Category 2: An immediate prohibition not falling within Category 1; Category 3: A delayed prohibition including a brake, steering or tyre defect; Category 4: A delayed prohibition not falling within Category 3; and Category 5: A delayed prohibition for excessive exhaust emissions only
a law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages; "in 1920 the 18th amendment to the Constitution established prohibition in the US"
refusal to approve or assent to
{i} state of being forbidden; act of forbidding or prohibiting; law or decree which forbids something
a law that prohibits something
Specifically, a policy under which the cultivation, manufacture, and/or sale (and sometimes use) of alcohol is forbidden (although pharmaceutical sales are usually permitted)
the period from 1920 to 1933 when the sale of alcoholic beverages was prohibited in the United States by a constitutional amendment
a decree that prohibits something refusal to approve or assent to the period from 1920 to 1933 when the sale of alcoholic beverages was prohibited in the United States by a constitutional amendment
a decree that prohibits something
The act of prohibiting; a declaration or injunction forbidding some action; interdict
the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding (or an instance thereof); "they were restrained by a prohibition in their charter"; "a medical inhibition of alcoholic beverages"; "he ignored his parents' forbiddance"
The process by which a government prohibits its citizens from buying or possessing alcoholic beverages Specifically, the Prohibition refers to the period between the effective date of the 18th Amendment to the US Constitution(16 January 1920) and its repeal by the 21st Amendment Repeal took effect on 5 December 1933, although it passed Congress in February and the sale of beer was permitted after 7 April 1933
Prohibition Party
A minor U.S. political party organized in 1869 that advocated prohibition. Oldest minor U.S. political party still in existence. It was founded in 1869 to campaign for legislation to prohibit the manufacture and sale of liquor. The party was strong in rural regions and among small-town voters affiliated with Protestant evangelical churches. It nominated candidates for state and local offices and attained national strength in the 1888 and 1892 presidential elections, when its candidates polled 2.2% of the vote. Since 1900 it has been active mainly on local levels
prohibition against defamation
law which determines criminal and civil punishments for slander or libel
prohibition party
a political party in the United States; formed in 1869 to oppose the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages
To forbid, disallow, or proscribe; to make illegal or illicit

The restaurant prohibits smoking on the patio.

{v} to forbid, debar, hinder
organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons
international organization for chemical disarmament; administers the Chemical Weapons Convention
If a law or someone in authority prohibits something, they forbid it or make it illegal. a law that prohibits tobacco advertising in newspapers and magazines Fishing is prohibited Federal law prohibits foreign airlines from owning more than 25% of any U.S. airline. permit + prohibition pro·hi·bi·tion the prohibition of women on air combat missions
command against; "I forbid you to call me late at night"; "Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store"
To hinder; to debar; to prevent; to preclude
To forbid by authority; to interdict; as, God prohibited Adam from eating of the fruit of a certain tree; we prohibit a person from doing a thing, and also the doing of the thing; as, the law prohibits men from stealing, or it prohibits stealing
{f} outlaw, forbid by law; interdict, enjoin, ban; prevent, hinder
plural of prohibition
publication prohibition
prevention of written works from being printed and distributed, censorship
writ of prohibition
a judicial writ from a higher court ordering a lower court not to exercise jurisdiction in a particular case
writ of prohibition
An order issued by a higher court commanding a lower court to cease from proceeding in some matter not within its jurisdiction