verboten

[ ver-boht-n; German fer-boht-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF verboten

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VERBOTEN

Then, with gestures which could not be mistaken he repeated gruffly, “Verboten.”

"But to eat before mess, it is verboten," declared the guide.

It is verboten for children and nurse girls to occupy all the benches in the parks.

It is verboten to sell short weights, and for this the punishment is severe.

It is verboten to take dogs into restaurants and grocery stores.

It is verboten for you to play your piano in an apartment after ten o'clock at night.

It is verboten to put more people in a street car than it can seat.

It is verboten for the German people to speak to them, so of course they do not do it.

It is verboten to put more people in an elevator than it can hold.

It is verboten for children to play in the halls of apartment houses.

WORD ORIGIN

German, literally "forbidden" (see forbid).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VERBOTEN

prohibited

adjectiveforbidden
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