Definition of unban in English:

unban

Line breaks: un¦ban
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈban
 
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verb (unbans, unbanning, unbanned)

[with object]
Remove a ban on (a person, group, or activity): the government has got to unban these organizations (as noun unbanning) he announced the unbanning of black opposition groups the unbanning of foreign investment has taken place
More example sentences
  • Black political organizations were unbanned in February, the ANC leader Nelson Mandela was released from jail, and in March the Ciskei homeland government collapsed.
  • A year later, in February 1990, the South African government released Nelson Mandela and unbanned the African National Congress and the other liberation movements in South Africa.
  • In 1990 the ANC was unbanned, Nelson Mandela freed and the country set on a path towards democratic government.

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