verboten

[ver-boht-n; German fer-boht-n]
adjective
forbidden, as by law; prohibited.

Origin:
1910–15; < German: past participle of verbieten to forbid

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verboten (fɛrˈboːtən)
 
adj
forbidden; prohibited

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Example sentences
Chocolates were verboten, fresh fruit and vegetables prized.
Loading zones are verboten, of course, as are crosswalks and parking near hydrants.
Instead they treat certain of his positions as though even discussing them is verboten.
Of course they want to keep talking about him, because that means they get to indulge in something verboten, too.
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