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See also: Debar
- (transitive) To exclude or shut out; to bar.
- 1964 May, “News and Comment”, in Modern Railways, page 291, photo caption:
- The Minister of Transport has debarred BR workshops from seeking orders for private owners' wagons like this [...].
- (transitive) To hinder or prevent.
- 1834, L[etitia] E[lizabeth] L[andon], Francesca Carrara. […], volume III, London: Richard Bentley, […], (successor to Henry Colburn), OCLC 630079698, page 218:
- She had also been so long debarred from any interchange of feelings and sentiments—so surrounded by strangers, that it was a true enjoyment to meet with one, who, if she did not enter into many of the emotions connected with it, was yet able and ready to talk of the past.
- (US, law, transitive) To prohibit (a person or company that has been convicted of criminal acts in connection with a government program) from future participation in that program.
- Compare disbar.
To exclude or shut out; to bar
Same as devar.
- to owe (something to someone), be under obligation (to someone, for something)
Conjugation of debar
|adjective active participle||debanta||debinta||debonta|
|adverbial active participle||debante||debinte||debonte|
|nominal active participle||singular||debanto||debinto||debonto|
|adjective passive participle||debata||debita||debota|
|adverbial passive participle||debate||debite||debote|
|nominal passive participle||singular||debato||debito||deboto|
- devar (“should”)