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verboten

[ ver-boht-n; German fer-boht-n ]
/ vərˈboʊt n; German fɛrˈboʊt n /
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adjective
forbidden, as by law; prohibited.
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Origin of verboten

First recorded in 1910–15; from German: past participle of verbieten “to prohibit, forbid”; see forbid
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British Dictionary definitions for verboten

verboten
/ German (fɛrˈboːtən) /

adjective
forbidden; prohibited
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