forbidding en Inglés

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adj. foreboding, imposing, hostile, unfriendly; frightening, threatening

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“Oh! Yes,” cried Scrooge. “You are right. It is not for me to say otherwise, Spirit. God forbid!”
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Enormous bulldogs bounded about. They had a ferocious look: each of them seemed big enough to devour a man. They did not bark, for that was forbidden.
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However, I do not want to ask you any questions. My mother has forbidden me.
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Remember, signor, that I have not deceived you. I forbid you to love me.
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At this time, little Gerda entered through the great door of the palace. Terrible winds forbade access.
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She learnt about calligraphy before visiting the former imperial palace of the Forbidden City in Beijing.
(Source: Voice of America)
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He wrote another letter to his son, forbidding him to appear in his presence, and even to never write to him or his brothers.
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Well, he said, go on. You know I have forbidden you from writing to me about any of this matter. I therefore no nothing about this child.
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He created a police force to protect his people, abolished unreasonable taxes and made a law forbidding extortion.
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"Oh no," said the little angels, "that would be a sin. The Virgin Mary has forbidden it, and it might easily cause you misfortune."
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