psychol the tendency for the retention of learned material or skills to be impaired by subsequent learning, esp by learning of a similar kindCompare proactive inhibition
Inhibit vs. ProhibitThough both words have similar definitions, inhibit and prohibit aren’t interchangeable. In general, someone is inhibited by internal feelings or prohibited by an external source.
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