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Detailed Translations for veto from English to Dutch


to veto verb (vetos, vetoed, vetoing)

  1. to veto (forbid; prohibit; ban)
    • verbieden verb (verbied, verbiedt, verbood, verboden, verboden)

Conjugations for veto:

  1. veto
  2. veto
  3. vetos
  4. veto
  5. veto
  6. veto
simple past
  1. vetoed
  2. vetoed
  3. vetoed
  4. vetoed
  5. vetoed
  6. vetoed
present perfect
  1. have vetoed
  2. have vetoed
  3. has vetoed
  4. have vetoed
  5. have vetoed
  6. have vetoed
past continuous
  1. was vetoing
  2. were vetoing
  3. was vetoing
  4. were vetoing
  5. were vetoing
  6. were vetoing
  1. shall veto
  2. will veto
  3. will veto
  4. shall veto
  5. will veto
  6. will veto
continuous present
  1. am vetoing
  2. are vetoing
  3. is vetoing
  4. are vetoing
  5. are vetoing
  6. are vetoing
  1. be vetoed
  2. be vetoed
  3. be vetoed
  4. be vetoed
  5. be vetoed
  6. be vetoed
  1. veto!
  2. let's veto!
  3. vetoed
  4. vetoing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

veto [the ~] noun

  1. the veto
    het veto

Translation Matrix for veto:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
veto veto
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
verbieden ban; forbid; prohibit; veto
- blackball; disallow; forbid; interdict; negative; nix; prohibit; proscribe

Related Words for "veto":

  • vetoing, vetoes

Synonyms for "veto":

Antonyms for "veto":

Related Definitions for "veto":

  1. a vote that blocks a decision1
  2. the power or right to prohibit or reject a proposed or intended act (especially the power of a chief executive to reject a bill passed by the legislature)1
  3. command against1
    • Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store1
  4. vote against; refuse to endorse; refuse to assent1
    • The President vetoed the bill1

Wiktionary Translations for veto:

  1. political right
  1. veto

Cross Translation:
veto interdict; verbod interdictionaction d’interdire.
veto veto veto — antiquité|fr À Rome, formule utilisée par les tribuns du peuple pour s’opposer à un décret du sénat.