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Detailed Translations for forbidding from English to German


Translation Matrix for forbidding:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- ban; banning; forbiddance
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- baleful; dour; grim; menacing; minacious; minatory; ominous; sinister; threatening
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- hideous; ugly
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abstoßend forbidding; repelling; repulsive; revolting obnoxious; offensive; plain; repellant; repellent; repulsive; revolting; ugly; unappetising; unappetizing; unsavory; unsavoury
eklig forbidding; repelling; repulsive; revolting dirty; disgusting; distasteful; filthy; gruesome; heinous; loathsome; nasty; nauseous; putrefied; putrid; rancid; repugnant; repulsive; revolting; shocking; sick; sickening; sickly; sordid; unappetising; unappetizing; unpalatable; unsavory; unsavoury
unappetitlich forbidding; repelling; repulsive; revolting repulsive; unappetising; unappetizing; unsavory; unsavoury
widerlich forbidding; repelling; repulsive; revolting bald; churlish; cunning; dirty; disgusting; dowdy; filthy; ghastly; grubby; gruesome; heinous; hideous; horrible; icy; immoral; lack of moral; loathsome; monstrous; nasty; nauseous; obscene; ominous; plain; putrefied; putrid; rancid; repellant; repellent; repugnant; repulsive; revolting; shoddy; sick; sickening; sickly; sinister; sleek; slippery; slithery; sloppy; slovenly; smooth; smoothly; sordid; ugly; ugly as hell; ugly as sin; unappetising; unappetizing; unattractive; unsavory; unsavoury
widerwärtig forbidding; repelling; repulsive; revolting dirty; disgusting; distasteful; filthy; gruesome; heinous; loathsome; macabre; plain; putrefied; putrid; rancid; repellant; repellent; repugnant; repulsive; revolting; shady; shocking; sickening; sinister; sordid; spooky; ugly; unappetising; unappetizing; unattractive; unpalatable; unsavory; unsavoury

Related Words for "forbidding":

  • forbiddingly

Synonyms for "forbidding":

Related Definitions for "forbidding":

  1. threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments1
    • forbidding thunderclouds1
  2. harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance1
    • a forbidding scowl1
  3. an official prohibition or edict against something1

forbidding form of forbid:

to forbid verb (forbids, forbade, forbidding)

  1. to forbid (prohibit; ban; veto)
    verbieten; verweigern; versagen
    • verbieten verb (verbiete, verbietest, verbietet, verbot, verbotet, verboten)
    • verweigern verb (verweigere, verweigerst, verweigert, verweigerte, verweigertet, verweigert)
    • versagen verb (versage, versagst, versagt, versagte, versagtet, versagt)

Conjugations for forbid:

  1. forbid
  2. forbid
  3. forbids
  4. forbid
  5. forbid
  6. forbid
simple past
  1. forbade
  2. forbade
  3. forbade
  4. forbade
  5. forbade
  6. forbade
present perfect
  1. have forbidden
  2. have forbidden
  3. has forbidden
  4. have forbidden
  5. have forbidden
  6. have forbidden
past continuous
  1. was forbidding
  2. were forbidding
  3. was forbidding
  4. were forbidding
  5. were forbidding
  6. were forbidding
  1. shall forbid
  2. will forbid
  3. will forbid
  4. shall forbid
  5. will forbid
  6. will forbid
continuous present
  1. am forbidding
  2. are forbidding
  3. is forbidding
  4. are forbidding
  5. are forbidding
  6. are forbidding
  1. be forbidden
  2. be forbidden
  3. be forbidden
  4. be forbidden
  5. be forbidden
  6. be forbidden
  1. forbid!
  2. let's forbid!
  3. forbidden
  4. forbidding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for forbid:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
verbieten ban; forbid; prohibit; veto
versagen ban; forbid; prohibit; veto become despondent; become disheartened; become dispirited; despond; falter; flinch; glance off; ricochet off
verweigern ban; forbid; prohibit; veto outvote; reject; ricochet; vote down
- disallow; foreclose; forestall; interdict; nix; preclude; prevent; prohibit; proscribe; veto

Synonyms for "forbid":

Antonyms for "forbid":

Related Definitions for "forbid":

  1. command against1
    • I forbid you to call me late at night1
  2. keep from happening or arising; make impossible1
    • My sense of tact forbids an honest answer1

Wiktionary Translations for forbid:

  1. to disallow
  1. Unterlassung fordern

Cross Translation:
forbid verbieten; untersagen verbieden — een bepaalde handeling strafbaar stellen
forbid verbieten interdiredéfendre quelque chose à quelqu’un, ne pas lui permettre par une décision d'autorité.